1. General principles on mobilization: physiological bases, effects, indications and contraindications, predisposition of the patient and the therapeutic setting.
2. Analysis of the methods:
- passive mobilizations (analytical, fixed assets / stabilizations, self-mobilizations, global mobilizations, manipulations);
- active mobilizations (analytical, assisted, global, against resistance).
- development of the different methods and of the different application principles.
3. Objectives and purposes of the different methods of mobilization and effects on supporting tissues, organs and systems.
4. Description and execution of district maneuvers: shoulder girdle, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand; pelvic girdle, hip, knee, ankle and foot.5. Theory of the method:
- concepts of elasticity, continuity and plasticity.
- maneuvers times and methods
- articular, fascial and circulatory peculiarities.