Rehabilitating After Injury With Mobilization (AAEP 2010)

Early mobilization during acute healing phases increases blood and lymph flow and increases tissue tension to stimulate tissue repair and improve tissue alignment. Early mobilization produced a 60% improvement in tendon Type 1 collagen deposition (evidence of healing) along with a 20% improvement in both the ROM and the ability of the tendon to handle ground reaction forces.

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