In this episode Dave Cashley gives his experience (both from his years of clinical practice and his research) on manual therapy; with particular comment on its use for intermetatarsal neuroma. He also voices his opinion on some of the criticisms of manual therapy – namely that the effects are short term, and that it can promote fragility, dependance and a reduction in self efficacy.
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About David Cashley:
David Cashley is podiatrist and an international speaker and educator. David is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and has published a number of papers on podiatric manual therapy in the literature. In his over 22 years’ experience, David has crafted an innovative approach to resolving foot pain that’s has shown to be clinically useful and effective. During his career, David Cashley has worked with professional sportsmen, elite athletes, world champions, international dance troupes and the British military. David came from Scotland’s Dundee, where he maintains a successful private practice along with a family restaurant.