What are snags in physical therapy?
A sustained natural apophyseal glide (SNAG) is a mobilization technique commonly used in the treatment of painful movement restrictions of the cervical spine.
What is MWM technique?
The MWM technique is a manual therapy that combines active physiological exercises generated by the motions of patients. In this technique, small vibrations, compression, and stretching are applied to the end points of the affected body region without causing pain.
What is the difference between Nags and snags?
NAGs are used on the cervical spine (neck) as well as the upper thoracic spine (upper back). SNAGs are used throughout the spine, rib cage and sacroiliac joint (tail bone). They are also used to treat limb problems that have occurred as a result of spinal problems.
What are lumbar snags?
SNAG is an acronym for “sustained natural apophyseal glide” with the technique described as involving the application of an accessory passive glide to the lumbar vertebrae while the patient simultaneously performs an active movement [13–15].
What is Mulligan method?
The Mulligan concept uses specifically directed mobilisations of the spine whilst it is in a weight bearing position. The aim of these mobilisations is to increase the pain free range of movement of the spine and affected limbs. The mobilisations are repeated until this outcome is achieved.
What is Mulligan tape?
*Mulligan patellofemoral taping differs from McConnell taping of the knee. It is thought to improve the alignment of the tibia and femur, and decreases Q angle and patella displacement and used in non-specific knee pain (PFPS), only if the patient has knee pain relieved by tibia-femoral internal rotation MWM.
What is Mulligan snag?
Initially Mulligan developed techniques to treat spinal dysfunction which resulted in loss of range of motion and/or pain. These techniques are referred to as NAGS and SNAGS which are acronyms for Natural Apophyseal GlideS and Sustained Natural Apophyseal GlideS.