Manipulation under Anesthesia Manipulation under Anesthesia

Manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) is a series of mobilizing, stretching, and traction procedures while a patient receives general anesthesia. The intention of the manipulation is for adhesions in joints and soft tissues to be broken down. The procedure is effectively meant to increase your range of motion and to alleviate pain.

At Integrated Specialty ASC, these procedures are conducted by our accomplished specialists, frequently completing them on a same-day basis with practically no pain.

Conditions We Treat
  • Ankle Pain
  • Cervical, Thoracic, or Lumbar Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Wrist Pain
  • Shoulder Pain

I recently had a minor procedure at Integrated Specialty ASC and the experience was wonderful. The staff made me feel at ease from the moment I walked in and my doctor was phenomenal! Thank you to everyone involved!- Sam F.

When I had knee surgery a few weeks ago, I was very scared going into it. The staff and facility at Integrated Specialty ASC was great though. It was a simple process and I was able to go home just a few hours after my procedure. I wish I had done it earlier.- Wendy M.

The facility where I had my injection done was very clean and seemed like it was recently renovated. The staff really made me feel comfortable. Overall, it was a very good experience.- Tara S.

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