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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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 057. Advanced Running Tests & Optimising Performance with Tom Goom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:13

Helping our running patients recover and return to running following injury is our primary rehab priority, however we may also have the opportunity to help improve their running performance. Runners are often motivated by improving their speed, performance and times, and incorporating these goals into their rehab can increase motivation and exercise compliance. How then can we help our patients to improve their performance when returning from an injury? Find out in this episode of the Physio Edge podcast with Tom Goom. You will also discover: Why consider performance? How might we assess performance in a more scientific way? What are the benefits of performance tests? How can we link it to other aspects e.g. gait analysis? How does performance influence training structure and progression? How do we optimise performance in injured athletes? Links of Interest Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download your free podcast handout on advanced performance tests & optimising performance in runners Enrol on the free webinar "How to perform a running assessment" with Dr Rich Willy Tom Goom on Twitter Connect with David Pope on Twitter Review the podcast on iTunes Like the podcast on Facebook Get your free trial Clinical Edge membership Tom Goom's website & courses Tom on Facebook Live Enrol on the free webinar “How to perform a running assessment” with Dr Rich Willy

 056. How to assess your patient's running capacity and performance with Tom Goom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:52

Identifying how much running each of your patients can perform (their load capacity) during their rehabilitation is a skill. This podcast will help you develop your load management skills, and know how much running your individual patients should perform at each stage of their rehabilitation. In this podcast with Tom Goom, you will discover: What is load capacity? How do we identify your patient’s running capacity? How are your patient’s progressing in their rehabilitation, relative to where they want to be? How can you identify what your patients goals are, so that you can help tie this into a rehab program? What questions can you ask your patients to assess load capacity and identify the right amount of load? What objective tests can you use to help identify your patient’s load capacity? How should you adapt your testing with different pathology? What tests can you perform to identify your patient’s load capacity if your patient has an Achilles Tendinopathy? What measures can we use to identify your patient’s running performance? This podcast is the first in a series of podcasts over the next few months with Tom Goom, where we will help to develop your assessment and treatment skills, while improving your results with runners.   Links of Interest Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download your free podcast handout on load capacity in runners Enrol on the free webinar “How to perform a running assessment” with Dr Rich Willy Tom Goom on Twitter Connect with David Pope on Twitter Review the podcast on iTunes Like the podcast on Facebook Get your free trial Clinical Edge membership Tom Goom’s website & courses Tom on Facebook Live Enrol on the free webinar “How to perform a running assessment” with Dr Rich Willy   Related articles Cook J, Docking S. “Rehabilitation will increase the ‘capacity’ of your …insert musculoskeletal tissue here….” Defining ‘tissue capacity’: a core concept for clinicians. BJSM 2015

 055. Patellofemoral pain in runners with Brad Neal | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:59

Runners regularly present for treatment of anterior knee pain. Accurate diagnosis is vital in guiding your treatment, and helping your patients return to painfree running. In episode 53 of the Physio Edge podcast Brad Neal and David Pope discuss the different patient presentations with anterior knee pain, along with the subjective clues and objective tests that will help guide successful treatment. We also explore: • Sources of anterior knee pain - Patellofemoral pain - Acute synovitis - Fat pad irritation - Osteochondral defects • The role of imaging • How to perform an objective assessment in patients with anterior knee pain, including key special tests • Red flags • Saphenous nerve involvement • How to assess if the patient will benefit from an orthotic intervention • Treatment of patellofemoral pain, synovitis, and fat pad irritation • Taping techniques ’ Links of Interest Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download your free podcast handout on patellofemoral pain in runners with Brad Neal Enrol on the free webinar “How to perform a running assessment” with Dr Rich Willy Brad Neal on Twitter Connect with David Pope on Twitter Brad Neal on ResearchGate Brad Neal on Google Scholar Pure Sports Medicine Team PFP TREK – Translation of research education and knowledge Review the podcast on iTunes Like the podcast on Facebook Free sports injury videos Enrol on the free webinar “How to perform a running assessment” with Dr Rich Willy Articles related to this episode: Conscious neurosensory mapping of the internal structures of the human knee without intraarticular anaesthesia Runners with patellofemoral pain have altered biomechanics which targeted interventions can modify: a systematic review and meta-analysis Related resources Infographic - Running retraining with Dr Rich Willy

 Physio Edge 054 Hip and groin pain part 2 – assessment and treatment with Benoy Mathew | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:54

In this second podcast on hip and groin pain with Physiotherapist and Extended Scope Practitioner Benoy Mathew, we explore: How you can assess the hip and groin How to assess the lumbar spine, SIJ and the lower limb for factors contributing to your patient’s groin pain Tests you can perform to identify the source of […]

 054. Hip and groin part 2 - assessment and treatment with Benoy Mathew | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:55

In this second podcast on hip and groin pain with Physiotherapist and Extended Scope Practitioner Benoy Mathew, we explore: How you can assess the hip and groin How to assess the lumbar spine, SIJ and the lower limb for factors contributing to your patient’s groin pain Tests you can perform to identify the source of your patient’s hip and groin pain Identifying hip joint involvement How to start your patient’s hip and groin exercises When to incorporate exercises for local hip stabilising muscles When you need to utilise and progress hip strengthening exercises Exercise progressions you can use How to strengthen while you lengthen the hip flexors When and which plyometric exercises your patients can perform When speed and agility work can be incorporated In the first podcast with Ben Mathew “Hip and groin pain part 1 - diagnosis, pathology and red flags” with Benoy Mathew", we explored pathology around the hip and groin and when pathology relates to symptoms, knowledge of potential red flags, along with patterns and symptoms associated with each diagnosis is vital in guiding your treatment of hip and groin pain. ` As mentioned in this episode Benoy presented a webinar with Clinical Edge. The webinar helps you discover: • Rehabilitation of adductor and iliopsoas related groin pain • Practical tips • Common presentations • Osteitis pubis, sports hernia, hip impingement • Rehabilitation from initial stages to plyometrics CLICK HERE to watch the webinar “Rehab of adductor and iliopsoas related groin pain” with Benoy Mathew with a free trial Clinical Edge membership Links of Interest Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download the free podcast handout for Physio Edge 054 Hip & Groin pain Part 2 Download the free podcast handout for Physio Edge 053 Hip & Groin pain part 1, including an additional summary and pictures by Ben Mathew Webinar on groin pain rehabilitation with Benoy Webinar on How to perform a running assessment with Dr Rich Willy Benoy Mathew on Twitter Benoy Mathew’s website and courses Access to Ben’s webinar on rehabilitation of hip and groin pain, along with all of the Clinical Edge webinars and videos with a free trial membership David on Twitter Review the podcast on iTunes Like the podcast on Facebook Free sports injury videos Articles related to this episode:  Hip Joint Pathology as a Leading Cause of Groin Pain in the Sporting Population The layer concept: utilization in determining the pain generators, pathology and how structure determines treatment Rehabilitation following Hip Arthroscopy: An evolving process Iliopsoas: Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment The Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS): development and validation according to the COSMIN checklist How much arthritis is too much for hip arthroscopy: a systematic review Video – Hip special tests

 Physio Edge 053 Hip and groin pain part 1 – diagnosis, pathology and red flags with Benoy Mathew | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:57

Acute and chronic groin pain is common in sports, however diagnosis can be challenging. A thorough understanding of pathology around the hip and groin and when pathology relates to symptoms, knowledge of potential red flags, along with patterns and symptoms associated with each diagnosis is vital in guiding your treatment of hip and groin pain. […]

 053. Hip & groin pain - diagnosis, pathology and red flags with Benoy Mathew | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:58

Acute and chronic groin pain is common in sports, however diagnosis can be challenging. A thorough understanding of pathology around the hip and groin and when pathology relates to symptoms, knowledge of potential red flags, along with patterns and symptoms associated with each diagnosis is vital in guiding your treatment of hip and groin pain. In the first of two podcasts on hip and groin pain with Physiotherapist and Extended Scope Practitioner Benoy Mathew, we explore: How you can use the patient history to help your diagnosis and treatment Important questions you NEED to ask all of your hip and groin pain patients Sources of hip and groin pain - intra and extra-articular How you can identify referred pain from the lumbar spine and SIJ How you can identify important red flags around the hip and groin When you should refer your patients for further investigations, medical assessment and surgical opinion How you can identify osteoarthritis in younger patients Differentiating hip impingement, labral pathology and hip dysplasia When to request X-ray or MRI Identifying and understanding iliopsoas pain and pathology This is a vital podcast for anyone that treats hip and groin pain, and is highly recommended listening before Hip & groin pain part 2 - Assessment & Treatment with Benoy Mathew coming soon. ` As mentioned in this episode Benoy is presenting a webinar with Clinical Edge. The webinar will discuss: • Rehabilitation of adductor and iliopsoas related groin pain • Practical tips • Common presentations • Osteitis pubis, sports hernia, hip impingement • Rehabilitation from initial stages to plyometrics CLICK HERE to enrol on the free webinar “Rehab of adductor and iliopsoas related groin pain” with Benoy Mathew Links of Interest Download and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Download the free podcast handout Benoy Mathew on Twitter Benoy Mathew’s website and courses Free webinar on groin pain rehabilitation with Benoy Access to Ben’s webinar on rehabilitation of hip and groin pain, along with all of the Clinical Edge webinars and videos with a free trial membership David on Twitter Review the podcast on iTunes Like the podcast on Facebook Free sports injury videos Articles related to this episode: Hip Joint Pathology as a Leading Cause of Groin Pain in the Sporting Population The layer concept: utilization in determining the pain generators, pathology and how structure determines treatment Rehabilitation following Hip Arthroscopy: An evolving process Iliopsoas: Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment The Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS): development and validation according to the COSMIN checklist How much arthritis is too much for hip arthroscopy: a systematic review Video – Hip special tests

 Physio Edge 052 Conservative or surgical management for ACL injuries with Enda King | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:04:41

ACL injuries commonly occur during pivoting and change of direction sports. What is the best way to manage these injuries? Are your patients suitable for conservative managment or will they require surgery? In Physio Edge podcast 052, David Pope and Enda King discuss acute management of ACL injuries, and how you can help your patient […]

 052. Conservative or surgical management for ACL injuries with Enda King | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:04:41

ACL injuries commonly occur during pivoting and change of direction sports. What is the best way to manage these injuries? Are your patients suitable for conservative managment or will they require surgery? In Physio Edge podcast 052, David Pope and Enda King discuss acute management of ACL injuries, and how you can help your patient decide whether to have conservative or surgical management. We also explore: What is the latest research around ACL injury What leads to an ACL injury, and how is this important in your rehab? What are the outcomes following ACL injury How can you make clear decisions on when your patient is ready for return to training and return to sport What biomechanics lead to ACL injury What role does trunk control have in ACL injury A patient example with an ACL injury Conservative vs surgical management Post injury management Timeframe for surgery Who is suitable for conservative management How to prepare your patient for the extended rehab process following ACL injury Strength and power training in ACL rehab Youth and adolescent ACL injury management How to manage concomitant chondral and meniscal injury When can your patient return to running You can download the free podcast handout that will take you through lateral knee and LCL injury assessment and rehabilitation by clicking here. Get your free access to videos on sports injury assessment and treatment, including accelerated rehabilitation of LCL injuries with Matt Konopinski. Enda King will also be presenting at the Sports Injury Virtual Conference hosted by Clinical Edge along with the world leaders in sports injury management. How can you manage ACL injuries conservatively? What are the important components of ACL rehab to help your players return to sport? Enda’s presentation will take you through ACL rehab to address common strength and biomechanical issues found in athletes with ACL injuries. Discover exactly how to progress your conservative management of ACL injuries, and when your players can return to running and sport. ` ` ` Links mentioned in this episode Enda King Free sports injury assessment and treatment videos Sports Injuries virtual conference Free podcast handout on ACL and lateral knee injuries Enda King on Twitter @enda_king Sports Surgery Clinic Dublin Free trial of clinical edge membership David Pope on Twitter

 Physio Edge 051 Lateral knee and LCL injuries with Matt Konopinski | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:09:03

Lateral knee injuries are common in football with landing from a jump or header, or during tackles when the tibia is forced into external rotation. This mechanism of injury often affects the Lateral/Fibular collateral ligament (LCL), however LCL injury is not always obvious from the patient’s history, and can be misdiagnosed. In this podcast with […]

 051. Lateral knee and LCL injuries with Matt Konopinski | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:09:04

Lateral knee injuries are common in football with landing from a jump or header, or during tackles when the tibia is forced into external rotation. This mechanism of injury often affects the Lateral/Fibular collateral ligament (LCL), however LCL injury is not always obvious from the patient’s history, and can be misdiagnosed. In this podcast with Liverpool FC Physiotherapist Matt Konopinski, we discuss LCL and lateral knee injuries, and how you can identify and treat these. LCL injuries can often respond extremely well to an accelerated rehabilitation approach, and in this podcast you will discover: Sources of lateral knee pain - Lateral meniscus - Osteochondral defects - Lateral/Fibular collateral ligament - ACL - Postero lateral corner Mechanism of injury What your patients will report with LCL injury Questions you need to ask your patients with lateral knee pain Red flags Objective assessment Assessment tests you can use with lateral knee pain When imaging is useful and when it should be avoided Risk factors for injury Management of LCL injury When to commence strengthening How to maintain strength and cardiovascular fitness during rehabilitation How to explain the injury and rehabilitation to your patients You can download the free podcast handout that will take you through lateral knee and LCL injury assessment and rehabilitation by clicking here. Get your free access to videos on sports injury assessment and treatment, including accelerated rehabilitation of LCL injuries with Matt Konopinski.   Links mentioned in this episode Matt Konopinski Free sports injury assessment and treatment videos Free podcast handout on LCL and lateral knee injuries Matt Konopinski on Twitter @Matt_Kono LFC Liverpool football club Article Impact of exercise selection on hamstring muscle activation Free trial of clinical edge membership David Pope on Twitter

 Physio Edge 050 Treating the TMJ and jaw pain with Dr Stephen Shaffer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:08:30

Temporomandibular joint pain and dysfunction can significantly impact your patients life, limiting their ability to enjoy eating and talking. Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) has a lot of musculoskeletal contributors that physiotherapists are perfectly positioned to treat and help improve patient’s lives. In episode 50 of the Physio Edge podcast, Dr Stephen Shaffer and David Pope discuss TMD, […]

 050. Treating the TMJ and jaw pain with Dr Stephen Shaffer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:30

Temporomandibular joint pain and dysfunction can significantly impact your patients life, limiting their ability to enjoy eating and talking. Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) has a lot of musculoskeletal contributors that physiotherapists are perfectly positioned to treat and help improve patient’s lives. In episode 50 of the Physio Edge podcast, Dr Stephen Shaffer and David Pope discuss TMD, structures that can be affected, and how you can assess and get great results treating TMD patients. We also explore: Structures involved in TMD Involvement of the cervical spine Common presentations of TMD Questions to ask in your subjective assessment Red flags How to perform an objective assessment Normal TMJ movement How you can treat TMD Manual therapy Education Exercise therapy Are the Rocabado 6x6 the best exercises to provide your patients Dr Stephen Shaffer is presenting a webinar on TMD, hosted by Clinical Edge, and you can enrol free on this webinar by CLICKING HERE Links mentioned in this episode Enrol free on the TMD webinar with Dr Stephen Shaffer by CLICKING HERE Download your podcast handout here Dr Stephen Shaffer on ResearchGate Cervical spine assessment and treatment online course with David Pope Free trial of Clinical Edge membership David Pope on Twitter

 Physio Edge 049 Running from injury part 2 with Dr Rich Willy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:58

In Running from Injury part 2, Dr Rich Willy will help you assess and retrain running in your patients with achilles tendinopathy, patellofemoral joint pain, ITB Syndrome and stress fractures. We explore the latest evidence and how it will help you address pain and injuries related to running. You will discover: Treadmill or overground running […]

 049. Running from injury part 2 with Dr Rich Willy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:59

In Running from Injury Part 2, Dr Rich Willy will help you perform a running assessment and tie this into running retraining for patients with achilles tendinopathy, patellofemoral joint pain, ITB Syndrome and stress fractures. We explore the latest evidence and how it will help you address your running patients pain and injuries. You will discover: Treadmill or overground running assessments? Gait retraining for particular musculoskeletal conditions How to provide your patients with the individual running cue they need What cadence should we be aiming at for runners (hint: it may not be what you expect!) Is heel strike important to assess Running assessment from the side Important factors when treating runners with PFJP Running assessment & retraining for achilles tendinopathy Factors involved in ITB Syndrom When are orthotics useful You can download the handout to go along with this podcast to help you perform a running assessment, retrain runners and address achilles tendinopathy, knee pain and tibial stress injuries. Download your free handout by clicking here Links mentioned in this episode Physio Edge podcast 048 Running from injury part 2 with Dr Rich Willy Dr Rich Willy on Twitter Dr Rich Willy on ResearchGate RunCadence app for iOS and Android Bone stress injuries in runners webinar with Tom Goom Achilles tendinopathy in runners online course Free trial of Clinical Edge membership David Pope on Twitter Other Physio Edge podcasts related to running injuries Physio Edge podcast 048 Running from injury part 2 with Dr Rich Willy Physio Edge 046 Proximal hamstring tendinopathy with Tom Goom Physio Edge 042 Treatment of Plantaris & Achilles Tendinopathy with Seth O’Neill Physio Edge 039 Patellofemoral pain in adolescents with Dr Michael Rathleff Physio Edge 038 Plantar fasciopathy loading programs with Michael Rathleff Physio Edge 023 Lower limb tendinopathies with Dr Peter Malliaras Physio Edge 012 Plantar fascia, achilles tendinopathy & nerve entrapments with Russell Wright Physio Edge 010 Biomechanics Of Running With Blaise Dubois Physio Edge 005 Tendons And Tendinopathy with Dr Jill Cook

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