Joint mobilisation is a common practice among physiotherapists where a joint is moved passively to achieve a therapeutic effect.Mobilisations are used when there is a restriction of motion of the joint due to pain or tightness in the muscles and/or tendons. It can also assist in the reabsorbing of scar tissue, speed muscle healing and promote joint mobility by facilitating accessory motions.
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