Manual Therapy

Manual Thereapy is a type of straight-lined, passive movement of a skeletal joint that addresses arthrokinematic joint motion (joint gliding) rather than osteokinematic joint motion. It is usually aimed at a 'target' synovial joint with the aim of achieving a therapeutic effect.



Manual therapy is customized to each patient’s individual condition, making it a very personalized form of treatment. Based on a careful examination of a patient’s condition. Manual Therapy is incorporated into the treatment plan according to their body’s specific needs.


There are many techniques that a Therapist may use when caring for patients. Each technique is uniquely beneficial, depending on the patient's condition. 


Manual therapy is used in conjunction with physical exercise to restore function of the related area and entire body.

 Utilizing a variety of techniques; allows each patient to achieve successful movement patterns and make progress toward their individual health goals.