Mobilization

Mobilization therapies involve making a fixed part movable or releasing stored substances, for example, restoring motion to a joint such as the elbow, wrist, hand, hip, ankle, etc., freeing an organ, or making substances available that are help in reserve in the body as glycogen or fat.

In physical therapy and rehabilitation, mobilization is a combination of treatments and therapies needed to get a patient out of bed to ambulate.

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