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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29484249/the-utilization-of-mulligan-concept-thoracic-sustained-natural-apophyseal-glides-on-patients-classified-with-secondary-impingement-syndrome-a-multi-site-case-series
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Dawn P Andrews, Kari B Odland-Wolf, James May, Russell Baker, Alan Nasypany
Background and Purpose: Secondary impingement syndrome (SIS) is a common complaint in the sporting population particularly among athletes engaging in overhead activities. While symptoms may be present at the shoulder with patients complaining of SIS, spinal alignment or dysfunction can influence scapular positioning and overall shoulder girdle function. As an adjunct therapy to traditional interventions for SIS, thoracic high-velocity low-amplitude (HVLA) thrusts have been utilized and correlated with patient reported decreases in pain...
February 2018: International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12374089/the-mulligan-concept-its-application-in-the-management-of-spinal-conditions
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L Exelby
The Mulligan concept encompasses a number of mobilising treatment techniques that can be applied to the spine, these include 'NAGs' (natural apophyseal glides), 'SNAGs' (sustained natural apophyseal glides), and 'SMWLMs' (spinal mobilisations with limb movements). These techniques are described and the general principles of examination and treatment are outlined. Clinical examples are used to illustrate the concept's application to the spine, how it has evolved and been integrated into constantly changing physiotherapy practice...
May 2002: Manual Therapy
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