Michael Shacklock is the world leader in the concepts of Neurodynamics, the evaluation of the length and mobility of various components of the nervous system. Michael Shacklock proposed the concept of neurodynamics in 1995 with his paper in the British journal Physiotherapy in which various scientific cornerstones formed a key aspect of clinical practice in neurodynamics practice. Since writing this paper he has continued to make strides in the diagnosis, classification, and treatment of neural disorders.

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Movement is more than muscles pulling on bones; it is a complex symphony of neurology which integrates the musculoskeletal system, the peripheral nervous system and all levels of the central nervous system.
— Michael Shacklock

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