Joint Manipulation

Treatment Modalities

Shown to reduce pain and increase range of motion in the questioned joint by quickly stretching the capsule of ligaments that surround the joint.

Joint manipulation is a manual therapy technique that involves the use of force to move a joint in its normal range of motion or beyond. It is often used by chiropractors to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. At APC, we often use it as a tool as a part of your comprehensive treatment plan. Joint manipulation has been shown to have not only biomechanical effects, but neurologic effects as well. The goal of joint manipulation is to improve the function of the affected joint, reduce pain, and improve overall mobility and range of motion. It is a safe and effective treatment option for many conditions, and it is often used in conjunction with other therapies such as exercise and other soft tissue techniques.