neutral apophyseal glides

neutral apophyseal glides (nōōˑ·trl ·päˈ·f·sēˑ·l glīdz′),

n a highly effective, physical therapy method for treating cervical and spinal dysfunction, especially in the elderly or acute-injury patients. Smooth, sliding force is applied parallel (neutral) to the affected joints while the patient is seated upright. See also MWM, SNAGS.
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