Manual Therapy Institute was established in 1999 as a continuing education resource for registered manual therapy practitioners. We have generous colleagues and mentors who have openly shared their knowledge and we feel a mechanism is needed to continue the dissemination of this wisdom.
Our courses emphasize the holism of the body while providing participants with hands-on skills, models of clinical reasoning and existing supportive evidence. It is our hope that the information we pass on will enable practitioners to broaden the scope of their clinical expertise and to achieve more effective results particularly with clients that often fall through the cracks of many manual therapy practices.
Graduated from the University of South Australia school of physiotherapy in 1989 and has worked in his own private practice in Adelaide treating clients with chronic pain and dysfunction for over 25 years.
He has taught extensively in Australia and Europe since founding the Manual Therapy Institute in 1999. Haydn has taught the Integrative Manual Therapy series at Nuffield Health in the UK since 2009 and Australia since 2010. Haydn completed his certification to teach for the Jones Institute in Australia in 2013.
Graduated with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science and then completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. He has worked in Australia and abroad in the United Kingdom managing clients with acute injuries and recurrent chronic pain and dysfunction, including elite athletes. Kieran currently works in private practice in Sydney.
He has a keen interest and expertise in shoulder related pathologies including working with overhead athletes and has undergone extensive external coursework and lectured on this subject. Kieran completed the IMT series in 2014 and has a passion for sharing his knowledge of the latest integrative manual techniques and research.
Simon Cabot. B.App.Sc(Physio) HCPC CSP
Graduated from the University of South Australia in 1998 and spent the first 5 years of his career working with elite athletes in Adelaide before moving to the UK. He has been working in corporate sites for Nuffield Health for over 11 years and in private practice in central London. A keen interest in treating patients with persistent pain and dysfunction has developed for more than a decade due to his quest to help those that are not being helped by conventional approaches. Simon has taught the Integrative Manual Therapy series for Nuffield since 2010. He is also a teaching assistant for the Barral Institute for Visceral Manipulation 1 – 4.