Dr. Cashman is a sports chiropractor, researcher, teacher, student, athlete, husband and father. He has been treating patients of all ages and activity levels since 1996.

As Team Chiropractor for the Vancouver Canucks he treats players at every game as part of the multidisciplinary medical team. In his career, he has worked thousands of hockey games and various sporting events working with athletes of all types.

Dr Cashman has completed a Master’s in Rehabilitation Science at UBC’s faculty of medicine. He also holds the designation of Fellow with the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences, Canada’s only recognized designation for chiropractic sports specialists. This designation requires several additional years of study, research and sports fieldwork to complete. He applies his extensive experience to all his patients.

Dr. Cashman treats the entire moving body, placing enormous importance on providing high-level assessment, diagnosis and treatment for the entire biomechanical system from head to toe. His treatment approach integrates various techniques including joint manipulation and soft tissue therapy, such as Active Release (A.R.T.) and Graston instruments, as well as guidance on where to strengthen or improve flexibility. Dr. Cashman embraces a collaborative approach, integrating other practitioners and doctors to ensure the most complete and efficient care.

Having been an athlete his entire life in many sports, he continues to participate in strength and conditioning, hiking, skiing, climbing and mountaineering. He is also a foodie, loves music, wine and spending time with his wife and two kids.

His work has been published in:

He has performed editorial review for:

  • Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports
  • Journal of Sports Rehabilitation
  • Journal of Manipulative and Physiologic Therapeutics
  • Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation