Joint Mobilization and Manipulation
Joint mobilization and manipulation are manual therapy techniques to improve the movement and function of joints in the body. Mobilization involves passive movement of a joint through its normal range of motion to restore mobility, reduce pain, and enhance flexibility. Manipulation, on the other hand, is a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust applied to a joint to release restrictions and improve joint movement. These techniques are often used in STRONG. chiropractic or physiotherapy appointments to treat conditions such as joint stiffness, musculoskeletal pain, and limited mobility.