A Non-Invasive Procedure
Manipulation Under Anesthesia is neither new nor experimental. It has actually been practiced since the late 1930's and used by osteopathic physicians and orthopedic surgeons for many years as a proven form of treatment. During the past eight years, interest in M. U. A. has greatly increased thanks to tremendous advances achieved in the science of anesthesiology.

Manipulation Under Anesthesia is exactly what it's sounds like. The patient is lightly anesthetized to achieve total relaxation, then adjustments and stretching movements, which would normally be too painful to consider are performed easily, painlessly and quickly.