Examples of Immovable Joints?

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Immovable joints are the joints in a person's body (in their skeleton) that are not movable. If you are able to move these joints, there is a problem and you have a broken bone are most likely going to require some type of healing time or surgery. Some of the examples of immovable joints include your joints in your skull, joints in your pelvis, joints in your in your teeth, and joints in your upper and lower jaw.
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