Manipulative therapy implies that we will be moving the joint in a high velocity, low amplitude thrust, typically to gain range of motion or provide a neurophysiological response in order to release tissue around the area. Only practitioners who have completed dedicated training can perform these techniques. The benefits for some people can be quite rewarding. Your therapist will be able to discuss this with you after your assessment should this be a treatment option that might help you achieve your rehabilitation goals.

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