Spine mobilization is done for easing muscle tension and it can also help to address joint dysfunction. It merges different kinds of mobilisation procedures along with mechanisms and contraindications. Using the spine mobilisation treatment one is able manage musculoskeletal dysfunction. It also helps to restore the motion in your joints and the method is performed by physiotherapists. An orthopaedic would do a scan or x-ray to check for restriction that may be found in joints, connective tissues or muscles. Using this technique one is able to get respite from the range of associated back problems as well.
Duration for treatments using this therapy depends on the problem. For example, thoracic mobilization treatment sessions may range for about 30-40 minutes. Initially, the sessions could be twice a week and then reduced. But for more complicated issues, the duration and the intensity of the treatment can be increased.
You will notice a drastic change post the cervical spine mobilization treatment. Along with a drastic improvement in the overall muscle movement, you would also notice more flexibility and strength in your spine. The stiffness and the constant pain that caused discomfort would slowly go away as the treatment progresses. Your posture would also improve. The manual therapy helps in dealing with problems like pain and swelling that is there in the muscles and the bones around it. All in all, your spinal health will improve.