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mobilization

[‚mō·bə·lə′zā·shən]
(geology)
Any process by which solid rock becomes sufficiently soft and plastic to permit it to flow or to permit geochemical migration of the mobile components.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

mobilization

see POLITICAL MOBILIZATION.
Collins Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2000
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If a more specific stretch force is needed, perhaps to stretch the tissues at a specific segmental joint level of the spine, Grade IV joint mobilization techniques can be used instead (see "Grade IV Joint Mobilization," below).
Gadotti et al., "Ankle joint mobilization reduces axonotmesis-induced neuropathic pain and glial activation in the spinal cord and enhances nerve regeneration in rats," Pain, vol.
Neuromodulation effect of joint mobilization is a possible physiological explanation by which C1-C2 mobilization could have reduced headache symptoms.
* Grade IV joint mobilization of the thoracic spine is within the scope of practice of massage therapists in Australia.
The effects of passive joint mobilization on pain and hypomobility associated with adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder.
The prognostic factors for condylar tibia fracture include age, intra articular involvement, method of treatment, timing of joint mobilization etc.
The center has experience in Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilization and remedial exercises which can help with issues related to prolonged computer use and work stress.
(BNA) -- Chief of Staff Major-General Shaikh Daij bin Salman Al Khalifa today paid an inspection visit to the site of the joint mobilization drill, "the invincible fortification", currently carried out by the a number of the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF)'s units, in cooperation with the US Central Command.
Johnson AJ, Godges JJ, Zimmerman GJ, and Ounanian LL (2007): The effect of anterior versus posterior glide joint mobilization on external rotation range of motion in patients with shoulder adhesive capsulitis.
The second edition features new sections on joint mobilization and therapeutic measurements.

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