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Spinal mobilization



See also: Spinal manipulation

Spinal mobilization is a type of passive movement of a spinal segment or region. It is usually performed with the aim of achieving a therapeutic effect.

Additional recommended knowledge

Spinal mobilization has been described as "a gentle, often oscillatory, passive movement applied to a spinal region or segment so as gently to increase the passive range of motion of that segment or region."[1]

References

  1. ^ Mierau D, Cassidy JD, Bowen V, Dupuis P, Noftall F. (1988). "Manipulation and mobilization of the third metacarpophalangeal joint.". Manual Medicine 3: 135-40.

See also

 
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