Woman who dislocates limbs every day says she is in constant pain

29-year-old Sarah Alexander has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome type 3 Credit: ITV News Anglia

A disability awareness campaigner from Northamptonshire whose limbs have been dislocating everyday since she was thirteen says she is in constant pain.

29-year-old Sarah Alexander from Wollaston has a genetic condition called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 3, which means her body over-stretches.

Now she's trying to raise £5,000 to buy a special motorised wheelchair that will help her condition.

Damaged tendon in Sarah's hand after dislocating her fingers Credit: Sarah Alexander

Sarah writes for a magazine put together by people with disabilities - she also campaigns for disability awareness.

She also has a dysfunctional nervous system leaving her prone to dizziness, palpitations and migraines.

Now she's set up a 'gofundme' page to raise money for a specific motorised wheelchair to help her manage her pain and keep her mobile.

She doesn't qualify for funding because she is able to use crutches, but only for short distances.