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Joint Mobilization

Joint Mobilization

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(c) 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved 
Joint MobilizationJoint Mobilization
 
(c) 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved 
Joint motion is often lost due to injury
Contracture of inert connective tissue
Resistance of contractile tissue to stretch
May result in joint hypomobility
To regain motion
Joint mobilization
Joint motion is often lost due to injury
Contracture of inert connective tissue
Resistance of contractile tissue to stretch
May result in joint hypomobility
To regain motion
Joint mobilization
 
(c) 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved 
Relationship BetweenPhysiological and AccessoryMotionRelationship BetweenPhysiological and AccessoryMotion
Biomechanics of joint motion
Page 174 Therapeutic Exercise (White book)
Physiological motion
Result of concentric or eccentric active musclecontractions
Also referred to as osteokinetic motion
Bones moving about an axis or through flexion,extension, abduction, adduction or rotation
Accessory Motion
Motion of articular surfaces relative to one another
Generally associated with physiological movement
Necessary for full range of physiological motion tooccur
Ligament and joint capsule involvement in motion
Biomechanics of joint motion
Page 174 Therapeutic Exercise (White book)
Physiological motion
Result of concentric or eccentric active musclecontractions
Also referred to as osteokinetic motion
Bones moving about an axis or through flexion,extension, abduction, adduction or rotation
Accessory Motion
Motion of articular surfaces relative to one another
Generally associated with physiological movement
Necessary for full range of physiological motion tooccur
Ligament and joint capsule involvement in motion

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