Chain reaction - the neurophysiological mechanism of manual therapy

Why is it important to understand the neurophysiology effects of manual therapy? Because we are interested in the elements that determine success of treatment: to ensure that the most appropriate treatment modality is selected for the problem and client, and to enhance the therapist' ability to identify those suitable and likely to respond favourably to treatment.

But do we actually know how it all works?

This blog explores the proposed neurophysiological mechanisms involved in the processing of mechanical stimulation in manual therapy that results in a positive effect. 

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