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Mobilization and Manipulation

Spinal manipulation, often called “adjustment” by Chiropractors, usually refers to a single maneuver that produces a characteristic “crack” in the joint. Mobilization on the other hand usually involves repetativly moving the joint or structure. Both these procedures can increase range of motion and reduce pain. Generally in the clinic mobilization procedures are used first and manipulation may be employed if appropriate, requested or the mobilization is in effective. These techniques may also be applied to peripheral joints (such as the shoulder, knee and ankle) and soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons and ligaments to reduce pain and improve function.
Added by Timothy Young Chiropractor on Tuesday 23 August 2016
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