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Physio Edge podcast

Summary: Inspiring interviews with leading Physiotherapists, discussing real life assessment and treatment, clinical issues and ways to give you an edge in your Physiotherapy clinical practice. Pushing the boundaries of Physiotherapy to not only treat pain, but improve their own clinical performance.

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 017. Injury reduction with Dr Peter Brukner | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:11

How can you reduce the chance of sporting injury? What are the most useful recovery aids from games and training? When are injections helpful in injury recovery? In episode 17 of the Physio Edge podcast, Dr Peter Brukner, fresh from working with Liverpool Football Club in the EPL, co-author of Clinical Sports Medicine with Dr Karim Khan, and author of many other publications discusses with David Pope the management of sporting teams, injury reduction, prevention, recovery and a multitude of other topics, including: ACL Injury Prevention Hamstring Injury Prevention Strength training vs Specific strengthening Player load management Recovery from tendinopathy The role of injections, including PRP, Cortisone and Orthokine Player screening Player game recovery and more. Enjoy this episode, brought to you by the podcast sponsor, Clinical Edge, and their fantastic face to face and online education. Get 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “PHYSIOEDGE”.

 016. Preventing hamstring injuries with Dr Kristian Thorborg | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:39

Hamstrings are one of the most common acute muscular injuries in athletics and team sports. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast I discuss recent research with promising results preventing hamstring injuries with Dr Kristian Thorborg, a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist in Copenhagen, Denmark. Links of Interest Get incredible legs by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Review the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Clinical Edge Free membership to Clinical Edge! Kristian Thorborg’s editorial on BJSM Kristian Thorborg’s PhD Thesis Contact Kristian Thorborg Carl Askling H-test Classification of hamstring injuries by Carl Askling on BJSM Carl Askling on BJSM podcast Acute Hamstring Injuries with Andrew Ryan, and Rehabilitation of Hamstring Injuries with Merryn Aldridge - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “physioedge” Contact David David on Twitter

 PE #016 Preventing hamstring injuries with Dr Kristian Thorborg | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:38

Hamstrings are one of the most common acute muscular injuries in athletics and team sports. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast I discuss recent research with promising results preventing hamstring injuries with Dr Kristian Thorborg, a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist in Copenhagen, Denmark. This podcast is hosted by David Pope, an Australian Physiotherapist. Tags: […]

 015. Cervicogenic headaches with Ken Niere | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:07:37

How can you recognise when the cervical spine is involved in a patients headache? How can you treat headaches caused by cervical dysfunction? What role does manual therapy play in their treatment? When and how should you treat their cervical motor control? In this podcast, Ken Niere and David Pope discuss cervicogenic headaches, effective physio treatment, and how to recognise the difference between cervicogenic headaches, tension type headaches and migraine. Ken Niere is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 25 years’ clinical experience in the assessment and treatment of spinal disorders. He is a senior lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University, where he has taught spinal musculoskeletal physiotherapy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels since 1989. Ken is an examiner for the Australian College of Physiotherapists and he recently contributed to and co-edited a book on headache, orofacial pain and bruxism. His special interests include the diagnosis and management of headaches and neck disorders, and he has lectured on these topics in Australia and overseas. Tags: Cervicogenic headache, cervical spine, headache, tension type headaches, migraine, physiotherapy, ken niere, physio, differential diagnosis, la trobe university, australian college of physiotherapists, david pope, physioedge, podcast, assessment, treatment Links of Interest Get your spine into awesome shape by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Review the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Clinical Edge Free membership to Clinical Edge! Ken Niere Ken Niere at La Trobe University The essential role of the thorax in whole body function and the “Thoracic ring approach” with LJ Lee - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “physioedge” Contact David David on Twitter

 PE #015 Cervicogenic headaches with Ken Niere | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:07:36

  How can you recognise when the cervical spine is involved in a patients headache? How can you treat headaches caused by cervical dysfunction? What role does manual therapy play in their treatment? When and how should you treat their cervical motor control? In this podcast, Ken Niere and David Pope discuss cervicogenic headaches, effective […]

 014. Chronic low back pain with Peter O'Sullivan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:19:15

What is contributing to your patients low back pain? How do you know when to use manual therapy, education, exercise, motor control programs, CBT or any other approach for chronic LBP? In episode 14 of the Physio Edge podcast, Peter O’Sullivan and David Pope discuss chronic low back pain and Peter’s approach to getting past it. Some of the topics we dug into include: Causes, classification and treatment of chronic low back pain (CLBP) Common treatment errors Identifying mechanical contributors When manual therapy is helpful Myths around “core stability” What is the current evidence base for CLBP classification and treatment Tips for treatment of CLBP A lot of other great treatment advice for CLBP…. Listen to it now, and subscribe free to the podcast in iTunes Links of interest Look your best this weekend by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Give the Physio Edge podcast a review in iTunes Clinical Edge Free membership to Clinical Edge! Peter O’Sullivan Peter O’Sullivan at Curtin University The essential role of the thorax in whole body function and the “Thoracic ring approach” with LJ Lee - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “physioedge” Contact David David on Twitter Tags: physio, physio edge, physiotherapist, podcast, courses, evidence based practice, online education, peter o’sullivan, curtin university, bodylogic physiotherapy, low back pain, chronic low back pain, treatment, assessment, classification, clinical edge

 PE #014 Chronic Low Back Pain with Peter O’Sullivan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:19:14

What is contributing to your patients low back pain? How do you know when manual therapy, education, exercise, motor control programs, CBT or any other approach for chronic LBP will be helpful? In episode 14 of the Physio Edge podcast, Peter O’Sullivan and David Pope discuss chronic low back pain, Peter’s research into this area, […]

 PE #013 Cervical Spine Artery and VBI testing with Roger Kerry | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 59:17

Treatment of the cervical spine often involves some degree of manual therapy or manipulation, and VBI testing is generally encouraged or required prior to this. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, Roger Kerry, a Physiotherapist, Lecturer and Researcher from Nottingham University and David Pope discuss Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD), the accuracy and limitations […]

 013. Cervical arteries and VBI testing with Roger Kerry | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 59:17

Treatment of the cervical spine often involves some degree of manual therapy or manipulation, and VBI testing is generally encouraged or required prior to this. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, Roger Kerry and David Pope discuss Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD), the accuracy and limitations of VBI testing, and a lot of other good stuff, including: Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD), and VBI Why is it important for clinicians to know about CAD The limitations of VBI testing Clues within the history to alert you to the possibility of CAD Symptoms of CAD 2 types/causes of dizziness and differentiation The 5 Ds and 3 N’s - what are the limitations of this approach Signs & Symptoms of Cerebral and retinal ischaemia Aetiology Upper cervical instability As clinicians, where should CAD and VBI testing lead our assessment, treatment and investigations? When can we conservatively treat someone with these symptoms Monitoring - during and post rx Contraindications to Rx Listen to it now, and subscribe to the podcast in iTunes Links of interest Get a flatter stomach by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Give the Physio Edge podcast a review in iTunes Clinical Edge Free membership to Clinical Edge! Roger Kerry on Twitter @rogerkerry1 Roger Kerry’s profile at Nottingham University - Physiotherapy Roger Kerry’s profile at Nottingham University - Philosophy Courses with Roger Kerry IFOMPT Conference 2012 Hamstring Rehab for Elite Sprinters - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “physioedge” Contact David David on Twitter  

 PE #012 Plantar Fascia, Achilles Tendinopathy and Nerve Entrapments with Russell Wright | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 38:24

  David Pope and Russell Wright talk about everything to do with feet and ankles. Plantar Fascia and Achilles Tendinopathy are conditions that need good differential diagnosis and specific tailored treatment programs, especially in runners, and in this episode we chat about how you can get the best results with these patients. We cover: causes […]

 012. Plantar fascia, achilles tendinopathy and nerve entrapments with Russell Wright | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 38:25

David Pope and Russell Wright talk about everything to do with feet and ankles. Plantar Fascia and Achilles Tendinopathy are conditions that need good differential diagnosis and specific tailored treatment programs, especially in runners, and in this episode we chat about how you can get the best results with these patients. We cover: causes of plantar fasciosis strengthening of the plantar fascia what exercises work with plantar fasciosis, and which ones are a waste of time nerve entrapments that can be involved in plantar fasciosis, and how to identify * these the role of taping and orthotics achilles tendinopathy eccentric programs and progressions ankle sprain rehab - keeping it functional Listen to it now, and subscribe to the podcast in iTunes (Warning: this podcast has occasional explicit language) Links of interest Get sexy feet by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Give the Physio Edge podcast a review in iTunes Clinical Edge Free membership to Clinical Edge! Russell Wright Ocean View Physio Have you subscribed to the Podcast in iTunes yet? Acute Hamstring Tears - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members 20% off your first months Clinical Edge membership with the code “physioedge” Contact David David on Twitter Tags: physio, physio edge, physiotherapist, podcast, courses, achilles, plantar fascia, nerve entrapments, russell wright, ocean view physio, tendinopathy, treatment, eccentric, strengthening, fasciopathy, feet, ankle, runners, running, barefoot running, ankle sprain, rehabilitation

 011. Hamstring tendinopathy with Dr Alison Grimaldi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 51:41

Hamstrings are one of the more frequently injured muscles in sportspeople, and in this episode, Alison and I discuss hamstring tendinopathy, symptoms, assessment and treatment of this common condition. Some of the aspects we explore in this podcast are: Subjective clues that someone may have a Hamstring Tendinopathy Differentiating Hamstring Tendinopathy from pain of Lumbar origin Assessment of the hamstring Tests to confirm or rule out a Hamstring Tendinopathy Causes Advice for patients Rehabilitation Deep hip muscle activation Keys to a successful treatment program a whole lot more There is currently limited research around the area of hamstring tendinopathy, and Alison’s tips and insights are based on this evidence base as well as her clinical experience. I hope you enjoy it! Links of interest Get great legs by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Give the Physio Edge podcast a review in iTunes Clinical Edge Dr Alison Grimaldi Dr Alison Grimaldi’s Publications PhysioTec University of Queensland Have you subscribed to the Podcast in iTunes yet? Acute Hamstring Tears - Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members Become a Clinical Edge member Contact David Tags: physiotherapist, Clinical Edge, physio edge, physio edge podcast, courses, physio courses, hamstring, posterior thigh pain, tendinopathy, runners, rugby, sprinters, lumbar spine, dr alison grimaldi, physiotec

 PE #011 Hamstring Tendinopathy with Dr Alison Grimaldi | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 51:40

Hamstrings are one of the more frequently injured muscles in sportspeople, and in this episode, Alison and I discuss hamstring tendinopathy, symptoms, assessment and treatment of this common condition. Some of the aspects we explore in this podcast are: Subjective clues that someone may have a Hamstring Tendinopathy Differentiating Hamstring Tendinopathy from pain of Lumbar […]

 PE #010 Biomechanics of running with Blaise Dubois | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:08:04

Barefoot running has been sweeping the globe in the last few years, and as a Physio, which of your patients are best suited to this type of running technique. How does running technique relate to a runner’s pain and dysfunction, and really, what is the ideal running technique? In this podcast with Blaise Dubois – […]

 010. Biomechanics of running with Blaise Dubois | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:05

Barefoot running has been sweeping the globe in the last few years, and as a Physio, which of your patients are best suited to this type of running technique. How does running technique relate to a runner’s pain and dysfunction, and really, what is the ideal running technique? In this podcast with Blaise Dubois - a Physiotherapist with a clinic, website and courses devoted to helping runners and Physiotherapists that treat runners, we chat about these topics, as well as: Running assessment Biomechanics of running Improving running technique and performance Which patients should change their running technique Barefoot running Heelstrike and landing Current evidence on running technique Injury prevention in runners Downhill running technique Footwear for running Improving running in patients with pathology eg Achilles Tendinopathy Blaise has also been kind enough to provide a PDF handout to go along with this podcast, which is available for free download - Download the PDF handout Links of interest Get more (or less) hair on your chest by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes Give the Physio Edge podcast a review in iTunes Clinical Edge Blaise Dubois PDF Handout to go with the podcast The Running Clinic Blaise Footwear Reviews Big bulky shoes to avoid Blaise’ course - New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries - Newcastle, March 2012 Blaise’ course - New Trends in the Prevention of Running Injuries - Melbourne, March 2012 Have you subscribed to the Podcast in iTunes yet? Online education for Physiotherapists for Clinical Edge members MBT Footwear Vibram 5 Fingers Become a Clinical Edge member Next time on the Physio Edge Podcast: The Thorax and Biomechanics of the Thoracic Rings with LJ Lee Contact David Tags: physiotherapist, Clinical Edge, physio edge, physio edge podcast, courses, physio courses, running, biomechanics, achilles, tendinopathy, blaise dubois, the running clinic, assessment, barefoot running, injuries, injury prevention, downhill, Vibram 5 fingers, MBT, big bulky shoes, footwear, evidence, heelstrike

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