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Manual Therapy

Manual therapy (sometimes called bodywork) is a general term for treatment performed
mostly with the hands. The goals of manual therapy include: relaxation, decreased pain,
and increased flexibility.

Manual therapy can include:

Massage: Pressure is applied to the soft tissues of the body, such as the
muscles. Massage can help relax muscles, increase circulation, and ease pain in
the soft tissues.

Mobilization: Slow, measured movements are used to twist, pull, or push
bones and joints into position. This can help loosen tight tissues around a joint
and help with flexibility and alignment.

Manipulation: Pressure is applied to a joint. It can be done with the hands or
a special device. The careful, controlled force used on the joint can range from
gentle to strong and from slow to rapid.

Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) Technique

PNF Techniques help develop muscular strength and endurance, joint stability, mobility, neuromuscular control and coordination– all of which are aimed at improving the overall functional ability of patients.

Facilitation Techniques

A facilitation muscle is one of the treatments techniques and approaches from different philosophical backgrounds are utilized in neurological rehabilitation to improve paralyzed muscle power.

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