Cuboid manipulation and mobilisation is probably a key part of the management of cuboid syndrome. Cuboid syndrome tends to occur when an unstable cuboid is rotated out of its position between the calcaneus and fifith metatarsal by the pull of the peroneus longus tendon leading to an alleged subluxed cuboid. The concept behind the manipulation is to put the cuboid back in place. Often foot orthotics are needed in the long term to keep the cuboid bone more table.