Joint Mobilization


Just a reminder, after injury previous avascular and aneural tissue change. We humans often injure joints and these changes are therefore quite common. The intervertebral disc is a good example. Again, take the joint to end range and hold for a few seconds. Give the excess fluid time to egress. We always monitor the patient’s response during these techniques. End range loading is really no different than performing orthopaedic and neurological tests.


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  • Shoulder Mobilization
  • Spine Joints Mobilization
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