Joint Mobilisation / Manipulation
What Is Joint Mobilization?
Joint mobilization is a manual treatment in physiotherapy intended to assist with easing pain, develop the range of movement (how far you can move a part of your body), and increase its function.
The specialist in physiotherapy usually uses this procedure by balancing out one portion of a joint and applying manual pressure. The applied power is generally coordinated in a plane of movement that is hypermobile, with an end goal to work on increasing joint function and mobility.
What are the different kinds of Joint Mobilization?
There are different kinds of Joint Mobilization that can be used depending on the patient’s tolerance and the end goal of the treatment.
Kinds of Mobilizations:
Oscillatory joint mobilization
This includes applying delicate pressure to the joint that moves slowly in speed (low-speed) and fluctuates in the size of the development. This kind of mobilization is applied at different parts of a joint to review how much a patient can tolerate.
Sustained joint mobilization
This is a pulling type movement process that is held constant for a while. This kind of mobilization process is intended to diminish joint pressure and stretch the soft tissue that surrounds it.
Why Are Joint Mobilizations Used?
Joint mobilization is known to be useful in diminishing pain, briefly further developing a scope of movement, and upgrading the general capacity of an area.
What are the dangers and risks associated with Joint Mobilization?
Joint mobilization is a somewhat protected treatment strategy. However, it is advised to seek the advice of experts before trying it out.
There are a few conditions that can arise after joint mobilization:
- Mild Osteoporosis (fragile bones)
- Inflammation and Irritation in the joint
- Protrusion(spinal plate that has moved from its normal position)
- Infections (contamination of the whole body)
- Serious osteoarthritis in the impacted joint
By and large, it is advised by people to consult their doctor or specialist about any hidden health concerns they have before going through a joint mobilization.
The risk associated with joint mobilization can be avoided if the procedure goes smoothly and in the presence of a specialist.
Which is the best place to get Joint Mobilization Treatment?
To get Joint mobilization treatment for yourself or any loved one visit the clinic of Dr. Shashendra Singh. They have the best physiotherapy specialists who will help in the recovery of a patient after a bone or joint injury. Visit Dr. Shashendra Singh to get joint mobilization.
Dr. Shashendra Singh
Physiotherapist, Functional Rehabilitation Specialist
Dr Shashendra Singh was awarded with Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2008 Thereafter also completed 2 years NDDY program. Currently holding Memberships with: 1. Indian Association of Physiotherapy: IAP-L-38100, 2. All India Association of Physiotherapy: AIAP-11721
Qualification: 10 years of dedicated experience treating rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and skeletal and muscle illness.
Has great expertise in the formulation and execution of varied therapy programs and performing patient assessment. Knowledge of implementing acute patient care of adults and adolescents. Sound knowledge of human anatomy and internal body structures. Knowledge of hydrotherapy and electrotherapy.