“What evidence is there to support the use of soft tissue mobilization?” -Evidence-based practice (EBP) for soft tissue mobilization

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The article by Cheatham, Lee, Cain, and Baker, (2016) has investigated on the assessing the effects of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. The outcome of the study identified that IASTM does not support certain musculoskeletal pathologies. In others, the soft tissue has encouraged short term joint range of motion. Laudner, Compton, McLoda, and Walters, (2014) did a study that sought to determine the effectiveness of IASTM in the improvement of acute passive GH horizontal abduction and internal rotation range of motion…

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