This is one of the newer manual therapy approaches that are named after Brian Mulligan, a far-famed physiotherapist from New Zealand.
This personality came up with a term Movement with mobilization for the first time and that is part of the core idea behind the Mulligan concept.
Since then, the Mulligan concept has become among the most used manual therapy techniques. It has become popular in all over the world for its instant as well as a long-lasting effect on joint restriction. The most significant matter in these techniques in the Mulligan concept is performed in a pain-free range that results in significant improvement with joint mobility.
Like the other techniques, Mulligan technique requires a thorough evaluation or assessment by a physical therapist to consider any possible factor that requires additional precaution while application of Mulligan technique.
Our clinicians are fully skilled and experienced in performing Mulligan technique in patients with any type of chronic or acute pain.