Matt McManus with Paul Katz.

  • How to engage back muscles through healthy posture and freedom of motion in the shoulder girdle.
  • Achieve efficiency through engagement of large muscle groups.
  • Discover the distinct connection between the hands, arms, and back through neurological tissue and large muscle groups.


Even the smallest motion involves your entire body. Your body functions as a unified whole rather than as a collection of isolated parts. Those who focus too much on small motor movements can easily lose this vital connection with the rest of the body. Victor Sazer

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Featured Teacher Bio: Matt McManus

Matt McManus, PT, is a Regional Clinical Director for Professional Physical Therapy. A 1997 graduate of Northeastern University, Matt has been managing the Boston region for the past decade and has been directly involved in its growth to now 7 offices. He has spent his entire career in private practice, specializing in orthopedics, sports medicine, and spine. He is also a former owner of ProEx Physical Therapy, a very successful outpatient practice, founded in 2001. Matt has been invited to speak at several local institutions, including Boston University, Northeastern University, Bay State College, and Simmons College. Matt is currently on faculty of Boston University’s College of Health & Rehabilitation Science’s Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Program and has over 20 years of experience working with collegiate and professional athletes, professional and aspiring musicians, and local weekend warriors.