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Articoli consultabili sulla tecnica Mulligan
Reference lists have been prepared concerning indexed articles focusing on the Mulligan Concept.
These lists are updated regularly. The last update was in January 2019.
 
  1. Aiken, D. L. and D. Vaughn (2013). "The use of functional and traditional mobilization interventions in a patient with chronic thoracic pain: a case report." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Maney Publishing) 21(3): 134-141.
  2. Ali, A., S. Shakil-ur-Rehman and F. Sibtain (2014). "The efficacy of sustained natural apophyseal glides with and without isometric exercise training in nonspecific neck pain." Pakistan journal of medical sciences 30(4).
  3. Anandkumar, S. (2015). "The effect of sustained natural apophyseal glide (SNAG) combined with neurodynamics in the management of a patient with cervical radiculopathy: a case report." Physiotherapy Theory & Practice 31(2): 140-145.
  4. Andrews, D. (2017). "Utilizing Manual Therapy within a Regional Interdependence Model for the Treatment of Cervicothoracic Dysfunction: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement." Utilizing Manual Therapy within a Regional Interdependence Model for the Treatment of Cervicothoracic Dysfunction: A Dissertation of Clinical Practice Improvement: 1-1.
  5. Andrews, D. P., K. B. Odland-Wolf, J. May, R. Baker and A. Nasypany (2018). "The utilization of Mulligan Concept thoracic sustained natural apophyseal glides on patients classified with secondary impingement syndrome: a multi-site case series" International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy 13(1): 121-130.
  6. Andrews, D. P., K. B. Odland-Wolf, J. May, R. Baker, A. Nasypany and E. M. Dinkins (2018). "Immediate and short-term effects of mulligan concept positional sustained natural apophyseal glides on an athletic young-adult population classified with mechanical neck pain: an exploratory investigation." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Maney Publishing) 26(4): 203-211.
  7. Bisset, L., W. Hing and B. Vicenzino (2011). "The efficacy of mobilisations with movement treatment on musculoskeletal pain: a systematic review and metaanalysis."Physiotherapy (united kingdom). 97: eS134.
  8. Bonnery, K. (2014). "Manipulation of the cervico-thoracic junction accompanied by mobilisation with movement and exercise in a patient with medial epicondylalgia." Manuelle Therapie 18(1): 29-37.
  9. Bowler, N., P. Browning and I. Lascurain-Aguirrebena (2017). "The effects of cervical sustained natural apophyseal glides on neck range of movement and sympathetic nervous system activity." International journal of osteopathic medicine. (no pagination), 2017 Date of Publication: June 04.
  10. Browning, P. and K. Gangwal (2011). "The effect of a cervical rotational snag on median nerver extensibility in an asymptomatic population, a within subjects randomised design." Physiotherapy (united kingdom). 97: eS162‐eS163.
  11. Buyukturan, O., B. Buyukturan, S. Sas, C. Kararti and I. Ceylan (2018). "The Effect of Mulligan Mobilization Technique in Older Adults with Neck Pain: a Randomized Controlled, Double-Blind Study." Pain research & management 2018(no pagination): 2856375.
  12. Çelik, D., G. D. Canan and P. Ödevoğlu (2017). "Is mulligan movement with mobilization effective in orthopedic rehabilitation?...Second World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy, October 6-7 2017, Belfast." Physical Therapy in Sport 28: e16-e16.
  13. Cherian, K., N. Cherian, C. Cook and J. A. Kaltenbach (2013). "Improving tinnitus with mechanical treatment of the cervical spine and jaw." J Am Acad Audiol 24(7):544-555.
  14. Chhabra, S., D. Chhabra, J. Sachdeva and A. Chaudhary (2008). "The effectiveness of self SNAGS over conventional physiotherapy management in chronic neck pain among computer professionals." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 2(3): 30-34.
  15. Chu, J., D. D. Allen, S. Pawlowsky and B. Smoot (2014). "Peripheral response to cervical or thoracic spinal manual therapy: an evidence-based review with meta analysis." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Maney Publishing) 22(4): 220-229.
  16. Copurgensli, C., G. Gur and V. B. Tunay (2017). "A comparison of the effects of Mulligan's mobilization and Kinesio taping on pain, range of motion, muscle strength, and neck disability in patients with Cervical Spondylosis: a randomized controlled study." Journal of back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation 30(1): 51‐62.
  17. da Rocha, R. C. G., R. Nee, T. Hall and R. Chopard (2006). "Treatment of persistent knee pain associated with lumbar dysfunction: a case report." New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy 34(1): 31-35.
  18. Duymaz, T. and N. Yagci (2018). "Effectiveness of the mulligan mobilization technique in mechanical neck pain." Journal of clinical and analytical medicine 9(4):304‐309.
  19. El-Sodany, A. M., M. S. M. Alayat and A. M. I. Zafer (2014). "Sustained natural apophyseal glides mobilization versus manipulation in the treatment of cervical spine disorders: a randomized controlled trial." International journal of advanced research 2(6): 274‐280.
  20. Elrazik, R. K. A., S. M. Samir, L. A. Zaki and G. A. Koura (2016). "Mobilisation with movement versus postero-anterior mobilisation in chronic non specific low back pain." International journal of pharmtech research 9(6) :(pp 9‐16), 2016. Date of Publication: 2016.).
  21. Eusea, J., A. Nasypany, J. Seegmiller and R. Baker (2015). "Utilizing Mulligan Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glides Within a Clinical Prediction Rule for Treatment of Low Back Pain in a Secondary School Football Player." International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training 20(1): 18-24.
  22. Exelby, L. (1995). "Mobilisations with movement: a personal view."Physiotherapy 81(12): 724-729. Exelby, L. (2001). "The locked lumbar facet joint: intervention using mobilizations with movement." Manual Therapy 6(2): 116-121.
  23. Exelby, L. (2002). "The Mulligan concept: its application in the management of spinal conditions." Manual Therapy 7(2): 64-70.
  24. Fitzgerald, D. (2012). "Book review. Mobilisation with movement: the art and the science." Physiotherapy Ireland 33(1): 43-43.
  25. Ganesh, G. S., P. Mohanty, M. Pattnaik and C. Mishra (2015). "Effectiveness of mobilization therapy and exercises in mechanical neck pain." Physiotherapy theory and practice 31(2): 99‐106.
  26. Garcia, J. D., S. Arnold, K. Tetley, K. Voight and R. A. Frank (2016). "Mobilization and Manipulation of the Cervical Spine in Patients with Cervicogenic Headache: Any Scientific Evidence?" Front Neurol 7: 40.
  27. Hall, T., H. T. Chan, L. Christensen, B. Odenthal, C. Wells and K. Robinson (2007). "Efficacy of a C1-C2 self-sustained natural apophyseal glide (SNAG) in the management of cervicogenic headache." Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy 37(3): 100‐107.
  28. Hearn, A. and D. A. Rivett (2002). "Cervical SNAGs: a biomechanical analysis."Manual Therapy 7(2): 71-79.
  29. Hegedus, E. J., A. Goode, R. J. Butler and E. Slaven (2011). "The neurophysiological effects of a single session of spinal joint mobilization: does the effect last?" Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Maney Publishing) 19(3): 143-151.
  30. Hidalgo, B., T. Hall, J. Bossert, A. Dugeny, B. Cagnie and L. Pitance (2017). "The efficacy of manual therapy and exercise for treating non-specific neck pain: A systematic review." Journal of Back & Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 30(6): 1149- 1169.
  31. Hidalgo, B., L. Pitance, T. Hall, C. Detrembleur and H. Nielens (2015). "Shortterm effects of Mulligan mobilization with movement on pain, disability, and kinematic spinal movements in patients with nonspecific low back pain: a randomized placebo-controlled trial." Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 38(6): 365‐374.
  32. Horton, S. J. (2002). "Acute locked thoracic spine: treatment with a modified SNAG." Manual Therapy 7(2): 103-107.
  33. Hussien, H. M., N. A. Abdel-Raoof, O. M. Kattabei and H. H. Ahmed (2017). "Effect of Mulligan Concept Lumbar SNAG on Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain." Journal of chiropractic medicine 16(2): 94‐102.
  34. Izquierdo Pérez, H., J. L. Alonso Perez, A. Gil Martinez, R. La Touche, S. Lerma- Lara, N. Commeaux Gonzalez, H. Arribas Perez, M. D. Bishop and J. Fernández-Carnero (2014). "Is one better than another?: a randomized clinical trial of manual therapy for patients with chronic neck pain." Manual therapy 19(3): 215‐221.
  35. Jeong-Hyun, S., P. Gi Duck and P. Hoo Sung (2014). "The Effect of Sacroiliac Joint Mobilization on Pelvic Deformation and the Static Balance Ability of Female University Students with SI Joint Dysfunction." Journal of Physical Therapy Science 26(6): 845-848.
  36. Konstantinou, K., N. Foster, A. Rushton and D. Baxter (2002). "The use and reported effects of mobilization with movement techniques in low back pain management; a cross-sectional descriptive survey of physiotherapists in Britain." Manual Therapy 7(4): 206-214.
  37. Konstantinou, K., N. Foster, A. Rushton, D. Baxter, C. Wright and A. Breen (2007). "Flexion mobilizations with movement techniques: the immediate effects on range of movement and pain in subjects with low back pain." Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 30(3): 178‐185.
  38. Krzyzanowicz, R., R. Baker, A. Nasypany, F. Gargano and J. Seegmiller (2015). "Patient Outcomes Utilizing the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Mulligan Mobilizations With Movement on Recreational Dancers With Sacroiliac Joint Pain: A Case Series." International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training 20(3): 31-37.
  39. Kumar, D., J. Sandhu and A. Broota (2011). "The efficacy of nags on activities of daily living in cervical spine pain and stiffness." Physiotherapy (united kingdom). 97(var.pagings): eS641.
  40. Kumar, D., J. S. Sandhu and A. Broota (2011). "Efficacy of Mulligan concept (NAGs) on pain at available end range in cervical spine: a randomised controlled trial." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 5(1): 154-158. Lawrence, D. (2014). "Mulligan sustained natural apophyseal glides and Maitland mobilisations for cervicogenic dizziness." Focus on Alternative & Complementary Therapies 19(3): 165-166.
  41. Lenker, C., N. Larocca, J. Lee and P. Tucker (2012). "The Use of Thoracic Mobilization With Movement to Treat Shoulder Impingement in Older Adults: A Case Study." Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation 28(3): 195-200.
  42. Lewis, C., R. Diaz, G. Lopez, N. Marki and B. Olivio (2014). "A preliminary study to evaluate postural improvement in subjects with scoliosis: active therapeutic movement version 2 device and home exercises using the Mulligan's mobilizationwith-movement concept" Journal of Manipulative & Physiological Therapeutics 37(7): 502-509.
  43. Lewis, J. S., J. S. Hewitt, L. Billington, S. Cole, J. Byng and S. Karayiannis (2005). "A randomized clinical trial comparing two physiotherapy interventions for chronic low back pain." Spine 30(7): 711‐721.
  44. Lopez-Lopez, A., J. L. Alonso Perez, J. L. González Gutierez, R. La Touche, S. Lerma Lara, H. Izquierdo and J. Fernández-Carnero (2015). "Mobilization versus manipulations versus sustain apophyseal natural glide techniques and interaction with psychological factors for patients with chronic neck pain: randomized controlled trial." European journal of physical and rehabilitation medicine 51(2): 121‐132.
  45. Lystad, R. P., G. Bell, M. Bonnevie-Svendsen and C. V. Carter (2011). "Manual therapy with and without vestibular rehabilitation for cervicogenic dizziness: a systematic review." Chiropr Man Therap 19(1): 21.
  46. McNair, P. J., P. Portero, C. Chiquet, G. Mawston and F. Lavaste (2007). "Acute neck pain: Cervical spine range of motion and position sense prior to and after joint mobilization." Manual Therapy 12(4): 390-394.
  47. Melcher, M. and F. Löhrer (2014). "Self-Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide (SNAG)-Techniken zur Behandlung der craniomandibulären Dysfunktion." Zeitschrift fur Physiotherapeuten 66(6): 87-89.
  48. Miller, J., A. Gross, J. D'Sylva, S. J. Burnie, C. H. Goldsmith, N. Graham, T. Haines, G. Brønfort and J. L. Hoving (2010). "Manual therapy and exercise for neck pain: A systematic review." Manual Therapy 15(4): 334-354.
  49. Mittal, M., U. A. Hameed, A. Chaudhary and Ruchika (2011). "Mulligan's Manual Therapy Treatment Dosing for Subacute Mechanical Neck Pain - A Comparison between Loading and Movement Disorders of Cervical Spine." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 5(2): 89-96.
  50. Moutzouri, M., E. Billis, N. Strimpakos, P. Kottika and J. A. Oldham (2008). "The effects of the Mulligan Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide (SNAG) mobilisation in the lumbar flexion range of asymptomatic subjects as measured by the Zebris CMS20 3-D motion analysis system." BMC musculoskeletal disorders 9: 131.
  51. Moutzouri, M., J. Perry, E. Billis and K. Smith (2011). "Effects of mulligan mobilisation technique SNAG applied on the lumbar spine in the sympathetic nervous system activity of lower limbs." Physiotherapy (united kingdom). 97: eS847‐eS848.
  52. Moutzouri, M., J. Perry, P. Joanna, E. Billis and B. Eudokia (2012). "Investigation of the effects of a centrally applied lumbar sustained natural apophyseal glide mobilization on lower limb sympathetic nervous system activity in asymptomatic subjects." Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 35(4): 286‐294.
  53. Mulligan, B. R. (1994). "Spinal mobilisations with arm movement (further mobilisations with movement)." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy) 2(2): 75-77.
  54. Mulligan, B. R. (1995). "Manual therapy rounds. Spiral mobilizations with leg movement (further mobilizations with movement)." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy) 3(1): 25-27.
  55. Mulligan, B. R. (1997). "Manual therapy rounds. Update on spinal mobilisations with leg movement." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy) 5(4): 184-187.
  56. Nct (2014). "A Randomized Placebo Controlled Trial on the Efficacy of Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glide (SNAG) in Low Back Pain Patients." Https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct02128607.
  57. Nct (2017). "The Effect of Scapulothoracic Mobilization on Cervical Pain and Range of Motion in Patients With Neck Pain and Scapular Dyskinesia." Https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct03046160
  58. Nct (2017). "Maitland Mobilization Versus Mulligan Mobilization in Sub-Acute and Chronic Non-Specific Neck Pain." https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct03089021. Nct (2017). "Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glides and Mechanical Cervical Traction in the Management of Cervical Radiculopathy." Https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct03362567.
  59. Nct (2018). "The Effects of Mulligan Mobilization Technique in Older Adults With Neck Pain." Https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct03507907.
  60. Panjwani, K. D. (2016). "To Compare the Effect of MWM v/s MWM along with Neural Tissue Mobilization in Case of Cervical Radiculopathy." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 10(1): 42-46.
  61. Park, J. T. (2011). "Evaluation and treatment of cervicogenic headache: a case study using interventions of soft tissue, joint mobilization, and stabilization exercises." Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice 23(4): 190-196.
  62. Patra, R. C., P. Mohanty and A. P. Gautam (2018). "Effectiveness of C1-C2 sustained natural apophyseal glide combined with dry needling on pressure point threshold and headache disability in cervicogenic headache." Asian journal of pharmaceutical and clinical research 11(1): 171‐174.
  63. Pourahmadi, M. R., H. Mohsenifar, M. Dariush, A. Aftabi and A. Amiri (2018). "Effectiveness of mobilization with movement (Mulligan concept techniques) on low back pain: a systematic review." Clin Rehabil: 269215518778321.
  64. Racicki, S., S. Gerwin, S. Diclaudio, S. Reinmann and M. Donaldson (2013). "Conservative physical therapy management for the treatment of cervicogenic headache: a systematic review." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Maney Publishing) 21(2): 113-124.
  65. Reid, S., R. Callister, S. Snodgrass, M. Katekar and D. Rivett (2015). "Long-term outcomes of Mulligan sustained natural apophyseal glides and maitland passive joint mobilisations for chronic cervicogenic dizziness: a randomised trial." Physiotherapy (united kingdom). 101: eS1270‐eS1271.
  66. Reid, S. A., R. Callister, M. G. Katekar and D. A. Rivett (2014). "Effects of cervical spine manual therapy on range of motion, head repositioning, and balance in participants with cervicogenic dizziness: a randomized controlled trial." Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 95(9): 1603‐1612.
  67. Reid, S. A., R. Callister, S. J. Snodgrass, M. G. Katekar and D. A. Rivett (2015). "Manual therapy for cervicogenic dizziness: long-term outcomes of a randomised trial." Manual therapy 20(1): 148‐156.
  68. Reid, S. A., D. A. Rivett, M. G. Katekar and R. Callister (2008). "Sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGs) are an effective treatment for cervicogenic dizziness." Manual therapy 13(4): 357‐366.
  69. Reid, S. A., D. A. Rivett, M. G. Katekar and R. Callister (2012). "Efficacy of manual therapy treatments for people with cervicogenic dizziness and pain: protocol of a randomised controlled trial." BMC musculoskeletal disorders 13: 201.
  70. Reid, S. A., D. A. Rivett, M. G. Katekar and R. Callister (2014). "Comparison of mulligan sustained natural apophyseal glides and maitland mobilizations for treatment of cervicogenic dizziness: a randomized controlled trial." Physical therapy 94(4): 466‐476.
  71. Rezkallah, S. S. and G. A. Abdullah (2018). "Comparison between sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAG’s) and myofascial release techniques combined with exercises in non specific neck pain." Physiotherapy Practice & Research 39(2):135-145.
  72. Richardson, C. J. (2009). "Treatment of cervicogenic headaches using Mulligan 'SNAGS' and postural reeducation: a case report." Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice 21(1): 33-38.
  73. Samir, S., L. Zak and M. Soliman (2016). "Mulligan versus maitland mobilizations in patients with chronic low back dysfunction." International journal of pharmtech research. 9 (6) (pp 92-99), 2016. Date of publication: 2016.
  74. Samir, S. M., A. Zaky, L and M. O. Soliman (2016). "Mulligan versus maitland mobilizations in patients with chronic low back dysfunction." International journal of pharmtech research. 9 (6) (pp 92-99), 2016. Date of publication: 2016.
  75. Shin, E. J. and B. H. Lee (2014). "The effect of sustained natural apophyseal glides on headache, duration and cervical function in women with cervicogenic headache." J Exerc Rehabil 10(2): 131-135.
  76. Snodgrass, S. J., J. A. Cleland, R. Haskins and D. A. Rivett (2014). "The clinical utility of cervical range of motion in diagnosis, prognosis, and evaluating the effects of manipulation: a systematic review." Physiotherapy 100(4): 290-304.
  77. Waqqar, S., S. Shakil-ur-Rehman and S. Ahmad (2016). "Mckenzie treatment versus mulligan sustained natural apophyseal glides for chronic mechanical low back pain." Pakistan journal of medical sciences 32(2): 476‐479.
  78. Widerstrom, B., N. Olofson and I. Arvidsson (2007). "Manual therapy and a suggested treatment based classification algorithm in patients with low back pain: A pilot study." Journal of Back & Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 20(2/3): 61-70.
  79. Wilson, E. (2001). "The Mulligan concept: NAGS, SNAGS and mobilizations with movement." Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies 5(2): 81-89. Yaseen, K., P. Hendrick, A. Ismail, M. Felemban and M. A. Alshehri (2018). "The effectiveness of manual therapy in treating cervicogenic dizziness: a systematic review." J Phys Ther Sci 30(1): 96-102.
  80. Yoshikawa, A., Y. Ogata, R. Yanagihashi, T. Fujiwara and K. Abe (2011). "Analysis of a Manual Technique for Cervical Rotation using a Small Three Dimensional Strain Meter." Rigakuryoho Kagaku 26(4): 507-510.
1. Abbott, J. H. (2001). "Mobilization with movement applied to the elbow affects shoulder range of movement in subjects with lateral epicondylalgia." Manual therapy 6(3): 170‐177.
2. Abbott, J. H., C. E. Patla and R. H. Jensen (2001). "The initial effects of an elbow mobilization with movement technique on grip strength in subjects with lateral epicondylalgia." Manual therapy 6(3): 163‐169.
3. Ahuja, D. (2010). "Efficacy of mobilization with movement (MWM) in lateral epicondylalgia: role of pain mechanisms- a narrative review." Journal of Physical Therapy 2(1): 19-34.
4. Albertin, E. S., E. N. Miley, J. May, R. T. Baker and D. Reordan (2018). "The Effects of Hip Mobilizations on Patient Outcomes: A Critically Appraised Topic." J Sport Rehabil: 1-17.
5. Altmis, H., D. Oskay, B. Elbasan, I. Duzgun and Z. Tuna (2018). "Mobilization with movement and kinesio taping in knee arthritis-evaluation and outcomes." Int Orthop.
6. Ambarish, A. A., J. Chitra and K. M. Subhash (2008). "Comparative effectiveness of Mulligan's mobilization in weight bearing and non-weight bearing in the treatment of ankle sprains- a randomized clinical trial." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 2(4): 1-4.
7. Amro, A., I. Diener, W. O. Bdair, I. M. Hameda, A. I. Shalabi and D. I. Ilyyan (2010). "The effects of Mulligan mobilisation with movement and taping techniques on pain, grip strength, and function in patients with lateral epicondylitis." Hong kong physiotherapy journal 28(1): 19‐23.
8. An, C. M. and S. O. Jo (2017). "Effects of Talocrural Mobilization with Movement on Ankle Strength, Mobility, and Weight-Bearing Ability in Hemiplegic Patients with Chronic Stroke: a Randomized Controlled Trial." Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases 26(1): 169‐176.
9. An, C. M. and J. I. Won (2016). "Effects of ankle joint mobilization with movement and weight-bearing exercise on knee strength, ankle range of motion, and gait velocity in patients with stroke: a pilot study." Journal of physical therapy science 28(2): 689‐694.
10. Anandkumar, S. (2018). "Effect of a novel mobilization with movement procedure on anterolateral ankle impingement - A case report." Physiotherapy Theory & Practice 34(7): 569-577.
11. Anandkumar, S., J. Miller, R. J. Werstine and S. Young (2018). "Effect of mobilization with movement on lateral knee pain due to proximal tibiofibular joint hypomobility." Physiotherapy Theory & Practice 34(10): 813-820.
12. Anwer, S., A. Alghadir, H. Zafar and J.-M. Brismée (2018). "Effects of orthopaedic manual therapy in knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis." Physiotherapy104(3): 264-276.
13. Backstrom, K. M. (2002). "Mobilization with movement as an adjunct intervention in a patient with complicated De Quervain's tenosynovitis: a case report...including commentary by LaStayo P with author response." Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 32(3): 86-97.
14. Baeske, R. (2015). "Mobilisation with movement: a step towards understanding the importance of peripheral mechanoreceptors." Physical Therapy Reviews 20(5/6): 299-305.
15. Bagade, V. K. and C. Verma (2015). "Effect of Mulligan Mobilization with Movement (MWM) in the Treatment of Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis: 24 Weeks Follow-up Study." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 9(4): 199-204.
16. Baker, R. T., A. Nasypany, J. G. Seegmiller, J. G. Baker and T. Turner (2013). "The Mulligan Concept: Mobilizations With Movement." International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training 18(1): 30-34.
17. Balasundaram, A. P. and S. Sreerama Rajan (2018). "Short-term effects of mobilisation with movement in patients with post-traumatic stiffness of the knee joint." J Bodyw Mov Ther 22(2): 498-501.
18. Beselga, C., F. Neto, F. Alburquerque-Sendín, T. Hall and N. Oliveira-Campelo (2016). "Immediate effects of hip mobilization with movement in patients with hip osteoarthritis: a randomised controlled trial." Manual therapy 22: 80‐85.
19. Bhardwaj, P. and A. Dhawan (2011). "The relative efficacy of mobilization with movement versus Cyriax physiotherapy in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 5(1): 142-146.
20. Bindra, S. (2014). "Hip Rotation MWM for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction: A Case Report." Indian Journal of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy 8(3): 8-11. 21. Bisset, L., E. Beller, G. Jull, P. Brooks, R. Darnell and B. Vicenzino (2006). "Mobilisation with movement and exercise, corticosteroid injection, or wait and see for tennis elbow: randomised trial." BMJ (clinical research ed.) 333(7575): 939.
22. Bleakley, C. M., S. M. McDonough and D. C. MacAuley (2008). "Some conservative strategies are effective when added to controlled mobilisation with external support after acute ankle sprain: a systematic review." Australian Journal of Physiotherapy54(1): 7-20.
23. Brantingham, J. W., G. Globe, H. Pollard, M. Hicks, C. Korporaal and W. Hoskins (2009). "Manipulative therapy for lower extremity conditions: expansion of literature review." J Manipulative Physiol Ther 32(1): 53-71.
24. Buonopane, M. P. (2015). "Case Study: A Nontraditional Treatment Approach to Acute Acromioclavicular Joint Injury Care." International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training 20(5): 6-10.
25. Carpenter, G. (2008). "The effects of hip mobilization and mobilization with movement in the physical therapy management of a person with lateral hip pain: a case report." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy) 16(3): 170-170.
26. Carrasco, N. M., M. J. T. Bergas, C. O. Sánchez and M. V. V. Blanco (2011). "Effects of Mulligan's technique on a burn patient. A case report." Revista Iberoamericana de Fisioterapia y Kinesiologia 14(2): 90-93.
27. Carson, P. A. (1999). "The rehabilitation of a competitive swimmer with an asymmetrical breaststroke movement pattern." Manual Therapy 4(2): 100-106. Chaconas, E., S. Gray and D. Kempfert (2016). "Mobilization with movement symptom modification procedure for a 38 year old male with patella femoral pain syndrome." Manual Therapy 25: e63-e64.
28. Chan-Woo, N., P. Sang-In, Y. Min-Sik and K. Young-Min (2013). "Effects of the MWM Technique Accompanied by Trunk Stabilization Exercises on Pain and Physical Dysfunctions Caused by Degenerative Osteoarthritis." Journal of Physical Therapy Science 25(9): 1137-1140.
29. Choung, S.-D., O.-Y. Kwon, K.-N. Park, S.-H. Kim and H.-S. Cynn (2013). "Short-term effects of self-mobilization with a strap on pain and range of motion of the wrist joint in patients with dorsal wrist pain when weight bearing through the hand: A case series." Manual Therapy 18(6): 568-572.
30. Clar, C., A. Tsertsvadze, R. Court, G. L. Hundt, A. Clarke and P. Sutcliffe (2014). "Clinical effectiveness of manual therapy for the management of musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions: systematic review and update of UK evidence report." Chiropr Man Therap 22(1): 12.
31. Collins, N., P. Teys and B. Vicenzino (2004). "The initial effects of a Mulligan's mobilization with movement technique on dorsiflexion and pain in subacute ankle sprains." Manual therapy 9(2): 77‐82.
32. Creighton, D., J. Krauss, S. Pascoe, H. Patel and J. Pierce (2006). "The effects of tibiofemoral joint traction mobilization on patients with limited passive knee flexion: a case series." Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy) 14(3): 173-174.
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