If you live with joint pain from a sports injury, automobile collision, or other condition, the Mulligan Technique can help speed your recovery.
Many treatments such as physiotherapy use the Mulligan Technique to treat a variety of medical conditions, including:
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Golf & Tennis Elbow
- Sports Injuries
- Auto Injuries
A Hands-On Approach to Managing Joint Pain
The Mulligan Technique is a manual, “hands on” therapy that focuses on your joints and your spine to help restore and maintain pain-free movement.
The technique addresses anomalies in how your joints move, and gets you moving “normally” again.
Take Joint Pain Away
After detecting anomalies in the movement of a joint, a chiropractor reduces or removes pain by applying force while taking the patient through a specific movement.
During the session, the therapist continuously communicates with the patient to ensure no pain is recreated.
Often, the treatment ends with the patient being taught “self-mobilizing techniques” to manage and reduce joint pain, and restore normal joint movement themselves.
The Mulligan Technique’s pain-free manual joint repositioning techniques are the key to restoring joint function and abolishing pain.