A manual therapy approach utilized by health care practitioners specializing in the care of patients with musculoskeletal pain. Mulligan practitioners seek to improve patient’s range of movement with the application of pain free hands on techniques. Both the clinician and the patient can quickly assess the value of this approach. If the techniques are indicated, an immediate improvement in pain and movement will be observed. The Mulligan Concept is not a passive treatment approach and many individuals benefit from self-treatment at home. Common indications for this approach include, but are not limited to; pain of a non-inflammatory nature, acute pain from injury, arthritic and post-surgical conditions, headache, cervicogenic dizziness, jaw or TMJ pain, acute or chronic ankle sprains, and lateral elbow pain or “tennis elbow”.