This video demonstrates a basic spine Cervical manipulation technique using 'cradle', 'chin', 'modified cradle facing the patient' and a sitting techniques. Explanation is given describing basic position, organisation, control and comfort for the patient when setting up a minimal lever manipulation of the Cervical spine. It further explains where the therapist ideally should position themselves and then the body and hand contact required. Explanation and the physical movements of the patient and therapists are given and made building the barrier to the point of manipulation and the impulse itself is demonstrated.
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Tags: anterior cervical fascia anterior cervical muscles articulation atlanto-axial c1-c2 side bending mobilising c0-c1 cervical erector spinae cervical spine chin grip combined cross fibre and longitudinal stretch cradle grip cross fibre deep figure of 8 longitudinal fibre stretch m primary lever side bending manipulation mid region minimal lever mid range mobilising modified cradle facing patient modified cradle grip multiple secondary levers o-a o-a side bending mobilising occipito-atlantal occiput-atlas paraspinal muscles paravertebral muscles posterior muscles primary lever rotation primary lever side bending rhythmical rotation primary lever direction side bending primary lever direction sitting soft tissue massage stretch superficial supine traction articulation
Category: Sacro Iliac