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Joint Mobilisation

Joint mobilisation is a core service of any Myotherapy appointment.

Joint mobilisation is a therapeutic technique used by myotherapists to manage and treat pain and dysfunction in joints. It involves the careful application of force to a joint, moving it within or beyond its active range of motion to improve mobility and function. This non-invasive method plays a crucial role in the recovery process for many individuals suffering from a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

The Role of Joint Mobilisation in pain recovery


Alleviating Pain


Joint pain can significantly impact your daily life, limiting your ability to perform basic tasks. Through gentle manipulation, joint mobilisation aims to reduce discomfort and increase the joint’s range of motion, addressing the root cause of pain rather than merely treating the symptoms.


Enhancing Mobility


Stiffness and reduced mobility are common complaints among those with joint injuries or conditions. Joint mobilisation techniques focus on loosening tight tissues and increasing flexibility, thereby improving the quality of movement and reducing the risk of further injury.


Supporting Recovery


Effective recovery from injuries involves more than just healing; it includes restoring functionality and strength. Joint mobilisation helps by promoting increased blood flow to the affected area, reducing inflammation, and facilitating the repair of damaged tissues.


Prevention of Future Injuries


By correcting imbalances and improving overall joint function, this therapy not only aids in recovery but also plays a preventive role. Improved mobility, posture, and strength contribute to a lower risk of injury recurrence.

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