Join us for a 3-day practical course to get a greater understanding of unique  “hands-on“ and instrument assisted joint mobilization techniques, and treating the causes of the pain to reach long-lasting improvement.

You will be able to decrease pain and restore the normal range of motion of the over-used and faulty joints that might have been caused by postural dysfunctions, sport specific movements, sitting lifestyle, stiffness, chronic pain or injuries, like strains.

Maximal improvement can be reached by re-setting the neuromuscular system and stabilizing targeted structures.

Manual and instrument assisted joint mobilization offers the following advantages:

  • reducing pain
  • releasing muscle spasms
  • reducing joint stiffness
  • improving joint blood flow
  • improving soft tissue flexibility
  • improving joint mobility
  • increasing the range of motion of the joint complex
  • changing the muscle function
  • preventing injury
  • maximizing athletic performance



Joint Mobilization: Basic Principals

  • Assessing the joint’s range of movement, possible deformities and asymmetries
  • Exploring the latest sport science principals and techniques
  • Understanding rehabilitation and sport rehabilitation processes
  • Working with soft tissue therapies, and the trigger point releasing technique
  • Benefiting from the muscle energy technique
  • Applying compression band techniques
  • Working with passive manual joint mobilization exercises
  • Performing active manual joint mobilization exercises
  • Conducting instrument assisted joint mobilization
  • Learning special techniques for self-therapy
  • Incorporating basic joint mobilization effectively into treatment
  • Planning exercise therapy progressions, regressions
  • Using manual joint mobilization during special stretching exercises, weight bearing movement patterns, rotational and asymmetrical movement patterns


Joint Mobilizations:

  • Foot
  • Ankle
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Elbow
  • Wrist and Hand
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Cervical Spine
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbar Spine

In this module you will learn a 10-stage manual and instrumented joint mobilization and stabilization technique through functional movement.