Knee Mobilisation Techniques

In previous blogs we discussed about various causes of anterior and posterior knee pain,for more reference link is given below respectively

https://ptmasterguide.wordpress.com/2018/10/12/causes-of-anterior-knee-pain/

https://ptmasterguide.wordpress.com/2018/10/21/causes-of-posterior-knee-pain/

In this blog we will discuss about various knee mobilisation techniques which are used for complete knee rehabilitation. These techniques not only relieves pain but also helps in regaining good range of motion.
A systematic review has shown that early mobilization after a knee arthroplasty can reduce the length of hospital stay to about 1.8 days without any increase in adverse results. Joint mobilization, as a clinical commonly used intervention, can alleviate the chronic pain of knee OA patients by reducing the excitability of reflection.

Techniques include

TIBIOFEMORAL DISTRACTION

Video link is given below

ANTERIOR GLIDE

Video link is given below

POSTERIOR GLIDE

Video link is given below

ROTATION GLIDE

Video link is given below

PATELLOFEMORAL MOBILISATION

Video link is given below

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