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What is deep tissue mobilisation?

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Deep tissue mobilisation involves the application of manual techniques such as pressure, compression, bending, longitudinal gliding, cross fibre work, kneading, stretching and rolling the tissue.

The aim of deep tissue mobilisation is to stretch and release the soft tissue of the body.

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