CPD Workshops by Tom Feeney

Learn hands-on therapy of joints and muscles to make exercise more effective to improve spinal flexibility and treat Achilles Tendinopathy, Plantar Fasciitis, Shin Splints, ITBS, Gluteal Tendinopathy, Shoulder Pain  etc..

Who are these workshops for? Sports Therapists, Physios, Podiatrists, Chiropractors, and Osteopaths.

To book- 

Do you work for a professional sports team or a large corporation?  I can train your health professionals to use their hands more effectively, and better incorporate functional anatomy into rehabilitation.  I am currently training the medical staffs of multiple professional football clubs, so get in touch to join the crowd.

Workshop fees:  3 to 3.5 hours  £50,    full day  £100  (students half price)


November 2016

Wed 16th 915 to 1215  neck and shoulder  £50

Wed 9th 915 to 1215  hip and lumbar  £50

October 2016

Fri 14th  130 to 430  shoulder  £50  at Model Health Gym Benfield

Wed 19th 930 to 1230  neck and shoulder  £50

Wed 26th 930 to 1230  elbow and knee  £50

September 2016

Tues 13th  9 to Noon  lower body £50  full

Wed 28th  9 to Noon  hip and lumbar  £50

May 2016

Mon 9th  12:30 to 3  upper body

Wed AM 25th  915 to 1215  upper body

April 2016

Tues AM 12th  930 to 1230  Plantar Fasciopathy

Wed AM 27th  930 to 1230    General techniques

January 2016


Thur 28th evening 6 to 930     Plantar Fasciopathy and Achilles Tendinopathy at  North Yorkshire Physio in Stokesley 

Tom Feeney Biography:

BSc Biology Bloomsburg University, and Doctor of Chiropractic Palmer College of Chiropractic 1997.

I’ve been hired by two Premier League FC to train their therapists in manual therapy and exercise in 16/17.

I’ve had about a dozen articles published by leading magazines and newspapers. (see links below).

I treat the public from my own clinic and I treat:

  • Premier League Footballers
  • WWE Wrestlers
  • National Hockey League
  • Canadian Football League
  • Olympic Gold Medalists
  • The plantar fasciitis seminar was rewarding, as it’s really hands on. I appreciated that it’s research based and practice based as well.  Anne Carbonnel DC, Heaton
  • I learned loads ,and I’m excited to use my new skills  Rich Knight Soft Tissue Therapist Cambridgeshire
  • Tom is a patient teacher who really knows the research behind therapy and sports injuries. You can implement his stuff immediately.  Russell Purchon DC  Hexham Family Chiropractic
  • Excellent course thank you Tom for coming out to down to teach at our clinic. Kate Bye Physiotherapist North Yorks Physiotherapy
  • As a lecturer myself, I appreciate the attention to detail that Tom expects from his students Karl Christie Sports Therapist and Personal Trainer Course Lecturer 
  • If you want to bring myofascial work into your practice to enhance your clinical outcomes you need to give Dr Tom Feeney a call. Great hands on workshop with a clinician of exceptional talent. Peter Ellison Fulwell Chiropractic Sunderland
  • The knee and hip workshop was brilliant! Great techniques that I can use immediately in clinic, Tom is a very knowledgeable and generous tutor. If only all our CPD was as engaging as this.  Jane Cooper Alnwick Chiropractor
Articles that I have written or contributed to:

Stronger Golf  Elbow Pain

Dynamic Chiropractic  Hamstrings- The Power of Eccentric Exercise 

STACK  New Age of Golf Training is Creating Stronger and More Athletic Golfers

Athletics Weekly  Performance Therapy for Greg Rutherford

FIT Institute  Research based hamstring therapies

TPI  What Performance Therapy Looks Like For Top Golfers

Telegraph  The ART of Active Release Techniques for Injuries


Ben Coomber Radio     Propane Fitness

Hamstring Injury Prevention

This post is intended for therapists , for patients without the big words. here is a similar version Long after the pain of a hamstring injury (HSI) is gone- strength often does not return muscle fascicles (a bundle of fibers) are shortened reinjury rates are very high pain can cause neuromuscular inhibition knee flexor torque joint angles change traditional rehab doesn’t address muscle architectural changes Nordic eccentric exercises are backed by a good deal of research!

Obturator Internus, Quadratus Femoris and Bursae 

Deep Gluteal Pain? Patients with deep gluteal pain near the ischial tuberosity are often told they have a high hamstring issue. Often the hamstring is not involved, but the obturator internus, quadratus femoris or a bursa is. About 20 different bursae have been identified near the hip and pelvis(), and should always be considered when prescribing exercises.

Best Glute Medius Exercises for Runners. – Whitley Bay Chiropractic

Two recent studies 1 2 found a weak gluteus medius was linked to lower back pain! This study found –  Myofascial Release soft tissue therapy of..

Plantar Fasciitis, Myofascial Release and High-load Exercises

Plantar Fasciopathy (PF) can be a difficult condition to treat. It is important to improve practice by using the current evidenced based therapies and exercises.