What Most Therapists get Wrong About Manual Therapy

Now, I’m not by default against the use of manual therapy (MT). However, MT is almost always done with the wrong patient narrative (“fixing” the body), and the wrong mindset (operator not interactor), and for the wrong reason (practitioner-centered and not patient-centered), and typically only supported by an outdated model (biomechanical), dubious clinical anecdotes and […]

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