Bluegrass Doctors of
Physical Therapy, PLLC

Concierge Manual Physical Therapy and Interventional Dry Needling Experts

What is Manual and Manipulative Therapy?

These encompass a wide array of techniques in which the manual physical therapist uses his/her hands to alleviate dysfunction and pain. Through the use of manual and manipulative therapy, we can help restore posture, break fixations at the joint level, allow soft tissue release, unwind the fascia (connective tissue within the muscles themselves), alleviate pain and restore function. 

There are three common forms of manual therapy. These include: Mobilization, Myofascial Release, and Manipulation (AKA High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust). Here is a video of Manipulation to the C2-3 joints, as explained by Dr. Lintonbon DO.