Walt Fritz is a physical therapist from Rochester, New York who teaches workshops around the world.
Walt has upgraded from myofascial release narratives to updated narratives for manual therapy. His teachings have moved beyond the belief that we can selectively target tissues towards wholistic explanations involving our nervous system and the therapeutic value of touch within a safe context.
In this podcast we discuss:
- Past rabbit holes, and newer explanatory models for manual therapy
- The challenges of uncertainty.
- Reductionism, post-hoc fallacies and the importance of critical thinking.
- Individualising our narratives just as we do our interventions.