Find out more about Dr. Chris McCarthy in his biography below
Dr. Chris McCarthy is a former NHS Consultant Physiotherapist and now Associate Professor at Manchester School of Physiotherapy, Manchester Metropolitan University.
After qualifying as a Physiotherapist in 1989 he undertook post-graduate training in Biomechanics and Manipulative therapy at Strathclyde and Coventry Universities before undertaking a PhD degree in rehabilitation within the faculty of Medicine at Manchester University.
He has published over 70 peer reviewed papers and 10 book chapters on musculoskeletal rehabilitation and diagnosis and spoken at over 50 conferences. He has taught internationally on Combined Movement Theory, and lectures on a number of the Masters courses in Manual Therapy in the UK and Europe.
He now runs the clinical department of the Manchester School of Physiotherapy, working clinically, supervising students and undertaking Post-graduate teaching and research.