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Joint Mobilisation

Restore ease of movement and release tension with the help of our experts

What Is Joint Mobilisation?

 Joint stiffness contributes to pain, reduced movement and dysfunction. Reduced movement at specific intricate parts of the skeletal system leads to overuse and overstrain of other components, which in turn results in pain and irritation. Mobilisations can be performed in many directions with differing force depending upon the degree of dysfunction present.

 

Joint Stiffness

Joints can become stiff for a number of reasons:

Post fracture 
After immobilisation from a cast/splint

Post-operative stiffness
From Osteo-arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis
Post trauma (direct or indirect)
Poor posture
Sporting injury or overuse injury
As a result from muscle imbalance or biomechanical dysfunction i.e. chronic overuse symptoms
From spinal dysfunction such as lower back or neck pain

Main Practice

The wellness hub by Emma James
26 Lower kings road
Berkhamsted
Herts
HP4 2AE
01442 870686

Hemel Hempstead

3 The Old School House
George St
Hemel Hempstead
HP2 5HJ

Tring

Champneys Tring
Chesham Road
Tring
HP23 6HX

White Friars

36 Whitefriars Street,
London, London, EC4Y 8BQ

Westminster

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office
King Charles Street
Westminster
SW1A 2AH

Kilbridge

Abercrombie House,
Eaglesham Road,
East Kilbridge,
G75 8EA

Get In Touch

Our dedicated administration and customer service teams are available to answer your questions and help guide you to the right treatment via telephone & email or you can send us a message using the following contact form.

01442 870686

reception@ejphysio.co.uk