joint mobilisations - MOBS
Mobilisation of the joints involves passive joint movements within the control of the patient and within the range of joint. The goal of mobilisations is to restore the active range of motion to compromised joints through oscillating movements. It DOES NOT involve the type of high-velocity low amplitude thrusts generally associated with chiropractic adjustments
This is a great example of the type of a mobilisations we utilise. In this case the mobilisation technique is used to in crease thoracic extension. Similar techniques can be utilised to increase mobility of most joints of the body
IMPORTANT: This video is for demonstration purposes only. The technique should never be performed without a thorough assessment by a health care professional.