“Joint mobilization” means a learned, skilled, passive movement of articulating surfaces of a person
to relieve pain and restore functional movement of the articulating surfaces without
pain to the person. The term does not include:
1. The diagnosis of a physical disability;
2. The massaging of the superficial soft tissues of the body;
3. The use of X-rays or radium;
4. The use of electricity for cauterization or surgery;
5. Chiropractic adjustment as defined in NRS 634.014; or
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