Neale Browne MSc, BSc. (hons), MChS.
Neale is a lecturer at the University of Salford. His specialisms include podiatric management of neurological conditions, sport related injuries, biomechanical gait assessment and the manufacture of bespoke foot orthoses.
Neale has worked in private practice managing a range of lower limb conditions in both children and adults and provided treatment for elite athletes who have gained gold at the London Olympics.
Typical conditions that respond to biomechanical intervention of bespoke orthoses include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonopathy, shin splints, patellofemoral pain syndrome, sacroiliac pain, upper back pain, Severe’s disease, Osgood Schlatters disease, cerebral palsy and hereditary motor sensory neuropathy, diabetes and rheumatology.