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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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 Physio Edge 048 Running from injury part 1 with Dr Rich Willy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:12

Are you looking to improve your assessment & treatment of runners? Would you like to know exactly what to look for in a running assessment? What are the most important factors to treat when your running patients have achilles tendinopathy? How is that different when they have patellofemoral joint pain (PFJP)? The research around running […]

 048. Running from injury part 1 with Dr Rich Willy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:12

Are you looking to improve your assessment & treatment of runners? Would you like to know exactly what to look for in a running assessment? What are the most important factors to treat when your running patients have achilles tendinopathy? How is that different when they have patellofemoral joint pain (PFJP)? The research around running is evolving quickly, and with Dr Rich Willy we explore the latest evidence and how it will help you address the most important factors with different musculoskeletal issues. You will also discover: How to perform a running gait analysis Key communication points with runners How to explain your gait analysis & running injuries to your patients Important questions to ask runners Intensity runners should train at to avoid illness and injury Technology you can incorporate in your running assessment and retraining Important factors when treating runners with PFJP and achilles tendinopathy Does pronation & foot mechanics matter? I have an awesome freebie for you with this podcast! You can download free the podcast handout that will take you through the 8 essential areas to analyse when performing a running assessment, communication tips, advice to give your running patients during their recovery and much more. Links mentioned in this episode Dr Rich Willy on Twitter Dr Rich Willy at East Carolina University Dr Rich Willy on ResearchGate Some papers of interest: i. Patellofemoral Joint and Achilles Tendon Loads During Overground and Treadmill Running ii. In-field gait retraining and mobile monitoring to address running biomechanics associated with tibial stress fracture: In-field gait retraining and monitoring iii. Mirror gait retraining for the treatment of patellofemoral pain University of Delaware Irene Davis - Harvard Garmin 620 RunCadence app for iOS and Android Run Scribe Purchase a RunScribe Article on polarised training approach 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 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

 Physio Edge 047 Rotator cuff tendinopathy with Dr Chris Littlewood | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:17:48

The rotator cuff and rotator cuff tendons are often involved in shoulder pain, and targeted with our treatment. Dr Chris Littlewood is a Physio and senior research fellow at the University of Sheffield, and spends a large portion of his time studying and treating shoulder pain, including rotator cuff tendinopathy. In this episode, Chris and […]

 047. Rotator cuff tendinopathy with Dr Chris Littlewood | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:17:49

The rotator cuff and rotator cuff tendons are often involved in shoulder pain, and targeted with our treatment. Dr Chris Littlewood is a Physio and senior research fellow at the University of Sheffield, and spends a large portion of his time studying and treating shoulder pain, including rotator cuff tendinopathy. In this episode, Chris and I discuss how to identify rotator cuff tendinopathy and other types of shoulder pain, and how you can direct your treatment for rotator cuff tendinopathy. We also explore: Other sources of shoulder pain Clues that the cervical spine could be referring pain to the shoulder Unstable shoulder Red flags When to image the shoulder When bursal thickness or effusion is or isn’t a problem Shoulder assessment Stiff painful shoulders Treatment for rotator cuff tendinopathy Improving exercise adherence When to perform special orthopaedic tests Injections Surgery Is there really a rotator cuff exercise, compared to a scapular muscle exercise? Do exercises isolate the rotator cuff? Download your free handout “Rotator cuff tendinopathy”   Links of interest Webinar with Dr Chris Littlewood Download the handout from this podcast Webinar with Tom Goom on Bone stress injuries Cervical spine assessment & treatment online course Clinical Edge Clinical Edge free trial David Pope on Twitter David on Facebook Live video

 046. Proximal hamstring tendinopathy with Tom Goom | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:33:27

Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) occurs in athletes, runners, weightlifters, and other athletes, as well as more sedentary patients, causing pain at the hamstring origin and limiting your patients ability to sit, run and continue to be active. There are a number of structures that can contribute to pain in this area, and in this podcast, Tom Goom and David Pope discuss how to clearly identify PHT and differentiate it from lumbar spine referred pain, hip pain, sciatic nerve pain and other conditions. Tom recently released an article in JOSPT on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: clinical aspects of assessment and management with Peter Malliaras, Mike Reiman and Craig Purdam. We explore this article, and the research around PHT, and cover in detail: Subjective clues to guide you towards diagnosis Aggravating factors and 24 hour pain patterns Differential diagnosis Lumbar spine pain How the lumbar spine could contribute to development of PHT Hip pain SIJ pain Sciatic nerve pain Development of PHT Central sensitisation Diagnostic tests for PHT Hamstring tests Other assessment tests Functional tests The value of palpation Tests for involvement of the rest of the kinetic chain Running assessment/gait analysis Testing load tolerance Biopsychosocial aspects of tendon recovery Other advice for patients Whether stretching is helpful When your patient can return to running Cross training Does manual therapy have a role in the treatment of PHT? Starting treatment (Stage 1) When and how to progress rehabilitation (Stage 2) Further rehabilitation progressions (Stage 3) Advanced exercise progressions for high load sports Exercises you can incorporate during the various stages How long recovery will take Links Free webinar with Tom Goom Download the free handout summary of this podcast Tom’s website - Running Physio Tom on Twitter Running Repairs courses with Tom Article in JOSPT on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: clinical aspects of assessment and management JOSPT Peter Malliaras Mike Reiman Craig Purdam VISA-H Become a Clinical Edge member to access Tom’s webinar and other great online education

 045. Treatment of Lateral Elbow Pain Part 2 With Dr Leanne Bisset | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:13:15

How can you treat your patient’s lateral elbow pain (lateral epicondylalgia (LE)/tennis elbow)? How and when should you progress your patient’s exercise program? Is pain during their exercise program ok? In this episode, which is Part 2 of Lateral Elbow pain with Dr Leanne Bisset, we explore in detail how you can differentially diagnose LE from other causes of lateral elbow pain, and treat it successfully. Discover: Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of LE How to get the best outcomes for your patients when treating LE Do isometrics work? How can you commence strengthening? Should your patient experience any pain during their exercise program? When and how can you incorporate Mobilisation with Movement into your treatment program? How to perform MWM’s for LE How to progress your treatment Identifying and treating radial nerve involvement Incorporating strengthening for the upper limb High level athletes and weightlifters with lateral elbow pain - is this likely to be LE or another condition? Identifying nerve root irritation with pain over the lateral elbow Taping methods to deload the lateral elbow when there is nerve involvement Clinical reasoning of your treatment Predictors of poor treatment prognosis When to order imaging Evidence for and against other treatment strategies including the Cyriax approach, massage, laser, ESWT, corticosteroids and PRP Validated screening tools for LE, including the PRTEE In this episode, Leanne answers a lot of your questions on LE, asked via Twitter and the Clinical Edge newsletter.  Dr Leanne Bisset is a Physiotherapist, Physiotherapy lecturer and researcher at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia who has extensively researched and published on lateral elbow pain, and spends a large proportion of her clinical time treating the upper limb and lateral elbow. This is a two part podcast, followup up Lateral Elbow Pain Part 1, episode 44 of the Physio Edge podcast, David Pope and Dr Leanne Bisset.   Download your free handout "Treatment of Lateral Elbow Pain 2"   Download the podcast here Subscribe free to the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Download the podcast from Stitcher Download and listen to the podcast on Soundcloud Download your free podcast handout Links of Interest Dr Leanne Bisset Dr Leanne Bisset on ResearchGate Dr Leanne Bisset on Twitter Download the Patient-Rated Tennis Elbow Evaluation (PRTEE) Download the free podcast handout Lateral Elbow Pain Part 1 with Dr Leanne Bisset Review the podcast in iTunes David Pope Clinical Edge Get your free trial of Clinical Edge online education

 044. Lateral Elbow Pain Part 1 with Dr Leanne Bisset | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 42:45

Lateral elbow pain (lateral epicondylalgia/tennis elbow) affects , and can respond fantastically to Physiotherapy treatment, or in other patients with a similar presentation, not at all.  Dr Leanne Bisset is a Physiotherapist, Physiotherapy lecturer and researcher at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia that has extensively researched and published on lateral elbow pain, and spends the majority of her clinical time treating the upper limb and lateral elbow. This is a two part podcast, and in Part 1, episode 44 of the Physio Edge podcast, David Pope and Dr Leanne Bisset discuss: Why is Lateral Epicondylalgia (LE) difficult to treat? What tissue pathology exists in LE Pain pattern for LE Patient reports that will help your diagnosis of LE Important aspects to communicate with your patients regarding their LE Objective tests that you can perform Patient advice Should you rest your patients or provide exercises? How is tendinopathy in the Upper Limb different to the Lower Limb? Commencing treatment How to incorporate manual therapy into your treatment Exercises you can start your treatment with Should you include isometric exercises for lateral elbow pain How often should your patients perform their exercises Exercise into pain, or avoid pain? Download the podcast from iTunes Subscribe free to the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Download the podcast from Stitcher Download and listen to the podcast on Soundcloud Download your free handout and Podcast Summary on Lateral Elbow Pain Part 1 Links of Interest Dr Leanne Bisset Dr Leanne Bisset on ResearchGate Dr Leanne Bisset on Twitter Download the free podcast handout Review the podcast in iTunes David Pope Clinical Edge Get your free trial of Clinical Edge online education

 043. Sporting Shoulder with Jo Gibson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:29:11

Shoulder pain and injury in overhead athletes is very common and has a high recurrence rate. In this podcast with Jo Gibson we discuss sporting shoulder injuries and rehabilitation, including: The role of the Rotator Cuff Train strength or efficiency in the Rotator Cuff? Rotator Cuff muscle balance When is (and when isn’t) surgery necessary for Rotator Cuff or SLAP tears Assessment of shoulder stiffness Bursal involvement Imaging of the shoulder How you can help improve Rotator Cuff activation What role does manual therapy have in shoulder treatment? The importance of the postero-superior cuff What stretches can you perform for the postero-superior Rotator Cuff Treating pain in loaded and overhead activities Exercises you can use in shoulder treatment with your athletes Incorporating the kinetic chain in shoulder rehabilitation Managing shoulder load Central sensitisation Treating throwing athletes The role of the thoracic spine in shoulder pain Communication tips with your shoulder pain patients   Download the podcast from iTunes Review the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Download the podcast from Stitcher Download and listen to the podcast on Soundcloud Links of Interest Jo Gibson Download the free podcast handout Subscribe free to the podcast in iTunes Jo Gibson’s courses David Pope Clinical Edge Get your free trial of Clinical Edge online education Jo Gibson’s video - Gym ball rollout Jo Gibson’s video - Wall squat Jo Gibson’s video - Step up with V Physio Matters Podcast with Jo Gibson Skills for Communicating with Patients Book Key communication skills and how to acquire them - Article in BMJ by Peter Maguire, Carolyn Pitceathly EUSSER

 Physio Edge 042 Treatment of Plantaris & Achilles Tendinopathy with Seth O’Neill | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:08

In Episode 41 of the Physio Edge podcast, Dr Christoph Spang and I discussed how Plantaris may play a role in Achilles tendinopathy. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, I discuss with Seth O’Neill how you can identify Plantaris involvement in your patients, and adjust and progress your conservative treatment of Achilles pain […]

 042. Treatment of Plantaris & Achilles Tendinopathy with Seth O’Neill | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:08

Treatment of your patients’ Achilles Tendinopathy may be slowed by involvement of Plantaris. In Episode 41 of the Physio Edge podcast, Dr Christoph Spang and I discussed how Plantaris may play a role in Achilles tendinopathy. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, I discuss with Seth O’Neill how you can identify Plantaris involvement in your patients, and adjust and progress your conservative treatment of Achilles pain and tendinopathy with Plantaris involvement.  We discuss:  What indicates Plantaris involvement and helps you differentiate from mid portion Achilles Tendinopathy Where do patients have pain with Plantaris tendinopathy What history do patients with Plantaris involvement or tendinopathy present with Objective tests and findings for Plantaris tendinopathy and involvement Biomechanics contributing to Plantaris tendinopathy Is treatment successful for Plantaris How to treat Plantaris tendinopathy and involvement in midportion Achilles How to perform a loading program Running adjustments Taping Manual therapy Links of Interest Download your podcast handout by CLICKING HERE Access to the Lower Limb Tendinopathy free videos, including Seth’s presentation on Achilles Tendinopathy Lower Limb Tendinopathy Virtual Conference with detailed, practical presentations: Dr Jill Cook will cover “Structure, function and pain in tendinopathy” Dr Sean Docking is then going to take us through “The role of imaging in the diagnosis and monitoring of tendinopathy”. Dr Peter Malliaras is presenting “Staged rehabilitation of Patellar Tendinopathy”. Craig Purdam takes you through “Staged rehabilitation of Hamstring Tendinopathy” Seth O’Neill will help you understand “Achilles Tendinopathy Exercise & rehab progressions. Risk factors and the importance of Soleus in Achilles tendinopathy” Dr Ebonie Rio will conclude the Virtual Conference with “Tendon pain and the brain – what do we know and can we change it?” CLICK HERE for more information on the Lower Limb Tendinopathy Virtual Conference Seth on Twitter Seth’s website on Achilles Tendon Research David on Twitter Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Physio Edge podcast episode 41 Plantaris Involvement In Achilles Tendinopathy With Dr Christoph Spang  

 Physio Edge 041 Plantaris involvement in midportion Achilles Tendinopathy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:09

Plantaris tendinopathy and compression of Plantaris on the Achilles has been shown to play a role in some cases of Achilles Tendinopathy, slowing down the rate of rehabilitation progress. Dr Christoph Spang is a Biologist and Sports Scientist, and completed a PhD on “The plantaris tendon in relation to the Achilles tendon in midportion Achilles […]

 041. The role of Plantaris in mid portion Achilles Tendinopathy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:09

Plantaris tendinopathy and compression of Plantaris on the Achilles has been shown to play a role in some cases of Achilles Tendinopathy, slowing down their rate of rehabilitation progress. Dr Christoph Spang is a Biologist and Sports Scientist, and completed a PhD on “The plantaris tendon in relation to the Achilles tendon in midportion Achilles tendinopathy”. In this podcast we discuss the interaction of Plantaris in patients with midportion Achilles Tendinopathy, including: Why consider Plantaris in Achilles Tendinopathy patients? How can Plantaris cause or be involved in Achilles pain? Anatomy, function and role of Plantaris What interaction does Plantaris have with the Achilles and calf? Do patients with Plantaris involvement respond to a loading program? What is the clinical presentation of a patient with Plantaris involvement? How can Ultrasound or Ultrasound Tissue Characterisation (UTC) be utilised to identify Plantaris? The role of injection therapy Surgical treatment Links of Interest Free videos on Lower Limb Tendinopathy Dr Christoph Spang at UMU Dr Christoph Spang’s PhD Thesis Dr Christoph Spang on Research Gate David Pope on Twitter Out very soon…. Conservative management of Plantaris involvement in Achilles Tendinopathy with Seth O’Neill    

 Physio Edge 040 Shoulder simplified with Adam Meakins | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:19:32

How complex does your shoulder assessment need to be? How can you can simplify your shoulder assessment and treatment? Download your free handout on the Shoulder Simplified Find out in episode 40 of the Physio Edge podcast with Adam Meakins, where Adam and I discuss: Common mistakes Physio’s make in assessment and treatment of the […]

 040. Shoulder Simplified with Adam Meakins | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:19:32

How complex does your shoulder assessment need to be? How can you can simplify your shoulder assessment and treatment? Find out in episode 40 of the Physio Edge podcast with Adam Meakins, where Adam and I discuss: Common mistakes Physio’s make in assessment and treatment of the shoulder Adam’s classification of shoulder pain Subjective clues to guide your objective and treatment How to identify weak and painful shoulders Red flags with shoulder pain Frozen shoulders Objective assessment Subacromial impingement GIRD (Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit) The use of US in shoulder pain Surgical treatment for shoulder pain Treatment for weak and painful shoulders Loading the rotator cuff for pain relief and strength Gym junkie shoulder pain and how to adapt their weight training programs Links of Interest Download your free handout on The Shoulder Simplified Follow Adam Meakins on Twitter Adam’s website Adam’s Shoulder courses Adam’s presentation on “When is a GIRD not a GIRD” Shoulder Pain Virtual Conference Follow David on Twitter Access practical Online Courses for Physiotherapists with a Free Membership Trial of Clinical Edge Download your free handout on the Shoulder Simplified      

 Physio Edge 039 Patellofemoral Pain in Adolescents with Dr Michael Rathleff | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:25:34

Patellofemoral joint pain (PFJP) is very common in adolescents, and in the Physio Edge podcast episode 39, I discuss causes, assessment and treatment with the author of numerous studies on PFJP in Adolescents, Dr Michael Rathleff. You will explore: Different types/groups of Adolescents that suffer with PFJP Common reasons for failure of Physiotherapy Diagnosis and […]

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