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Joint Centration

Posted by Hans Lindgren DC on 18 August 2013 | 0 Comments
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All joints have a position of ideal alignment for each movement. Developmental Kinesiology and Reflex Locomotion have given us a blue-print of these ideal positions. Joint centration is the position of greatest inter-osseous contact between the bones to allow for optimal load transfer and maximum muscle pull. In other words, joint centration is the ability to hold a joint in its ideal position, thereby allowing maximum loading with minimum strain. the full post