When a joint becomes tight, self-treatment is ineffective. The most common symptom is pressure or pain with movement and a loss of range-of motion. Specialized manual techniques are used to increase the flexibility of the thick connective tissue around a joint. These techniques are most commonly performed on the shoulder, ankle, knee, and spine, but can be performed on any joint.

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