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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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 039. Patellofemoral pain in adolescents with Dr Michael Rathleff | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:25:35

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 DDx of PFJP Examination of the knee Treatment of PFJP How to tailor and progress your exercise programs The use of orthotics Taping The usefulness of stretching Prognosis & predictors of recovery Biomechanics and more. I have also created a free handout to supplement and help you get the most from this podcast, which you can download here    Dr Michael Rathleff also provided great insights into Loading Programs for Plantar Fasciopathy on the Physio Edge podcast episode 38, also well worth a listen if you haven’t already.  Links of interest Download your free handout on Patellofemoral Pain in Adolescents to go along with this podcast Dr Michael Rathleff’s publications on PFJP in Adolescents Dr Michael Rathleff on Twitter Free Shoulder Assessment & Treatment videos with leading international presenters 2015 Patellofemoral research retreat David Pope on Twitter Other related Physio Edge podcasts: Plantar Fasciopathy with Dr Michael Rathleff Anterior Knee Pain with Kurt Lisle Download your free handout on patellofemoral pain in adolescents

 PE #038 Plantar fasciopathy loading programs with Michael Rathleff | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:03:05

Plantar Fasciopathy (Plantar heel pain) can be a stubborn condition to treat, or you can learn to love treating it like Dr Michael Rathleff, incorporate the right loading program and activity modification and get some great results. In episode 38 of the Physio Edge podcast, I talk to Dr Michael Rathleff, author of the RCT […]

 038. Plantar fasciopathy loading programs with Michael Rathleff | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:03:05

Plantar Fasciopathy (Plantar heel pain) can be a stubborn condition to treat, or you can learn to love treating it like Dr Michael Rathleff, incorporate the right loading program and activity modification and get some great results. In episode 38 of the Physio Edge podcast, I talk to Dr Michael Rathleff, author of the RCT “High-load strength training improves outcome in patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled trial with 12-month follow-up: HL strength training and plantar fasciitis”. We discuss: Common mistakes in the treatment of plantar fasciopathy (PF) How we can improve our treatment of PF Why call it plantar fasciopathy instead of plantar fasciitis? Research on PF Loading programs for PF Patient advice Activity modification Running load modification Short and long term results from loading the plantar fascia Considerations when treating PF Who is not suitable for a loading program Who respond the best to this program, and who responds the least How to modify the loading program Development of PF Running technique Treatment or strengthening of other areas Stretching Orthotics Cortisone Plantar fascia tears   Links of interest Subscribe to the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Dr Michael Rathleff on ResearchGate Dr Michael Rathleff on Twitter “High-load strength training improves outcome in patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled trial with 12-month follow-up: HL strength training and plantar fasciitis” BJSM Blogpost by Michael Rathleff on Plantar Fasciopathy Clinical Edge Online Education Virtual conferences with Physio Edge and Clinical Edge Physioedge on Facebook David on Twitter

 PE #037 Pilates – beyond low back pain with Lana Johnson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:26:05

Pilates is commonly known and used for rehabilitation of persistent low back pain, however Pilates principles and equipment can also be used for assessment and treatment of pain beyond the pelvis and lumbar spine. In episode 37 of the Physio Edge podcast, Lana Johnson, a Physiotherapist at BPS Tensegrity in Sydney and I discuss how you […]

 037. Pilates beyond low back pain with Lana Johnson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:26:05

Pilates is commonly known and used for rehabilitation of persistent low back pain, however Pilates principles and equipment can also be used for assessment and treatment of pain beyond the pelvis and lumbar spine. In episode 37 of the Physio Edge podcast, Lana Johnson, a Physiotherapist and former dancer, from BPS Tensegrity in Sydney and I discuss how you can use Pilates for knee and shoulder pain, as well as: Common misconceptions about Pilates Functional vs non-functional exercises Common errors made in Pilates training and rehabilitation Pilates for hip and knee pain Case studies using Pilates with shoulder and knee pain patients Patient progression Cues you can use with your patients for hip and shoulder retraining Exercise progressions Exercises to stay away from Links of Interest Lana Johnson BPS Tensegrity Clinical Edge Clinical Edge Online Education Virtual conferences with Physio Edge and Clinical Edge Physioedge on Facebook David on Twitter

 036. How to help patients with persistent pain - part 2 with Mike Stewart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:23:11

Mike Stewart and further explore persistent pain, helpful language you can use with your persistent pain patients, how you can use group sessions, as well as: How the bio fits into biopsychosocial How you can develop an educational toolkit Case study of a patient with persistent peripheral pain Language & communication recommendations. Misconceptions about persistent pain education And much more. Links of Interest Physio Edge podcast episode 35 - Know Pain part 1 with Mike Stewart Mike Stewart Know Pain Courses with Mike Stewart Mike Stewart on Twitter Virtual conferences with Physio Edge and Clinical Edge Clinical Edge discounts for Undergraduate Physio students available by emailing verification of your student status to info at clinicaledge.com.au Clinical Edge online education Free Sports Medicine articles in the Aspetar Journal Headspace “Living in the moment” by Anna Black “Rainy brain, Sunny brain” by Elaine Fox Free video on Metatarsal head padding with Nick Torrance Free video on soft metatarsal domes for acute metatarsalgia Free video on firmer metatarsal domes for metatarsalgia Facebook David on Twitter

 PE #036 How to help your patients with persistent pain – part 2 with Mike Stewart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:23:10

Mike Stewart and I discussed persistent pain on Physio Edge podcast episode 35, and in this episode Mike and I further explore persistent pain and helpful language you can use with your persistent pain patients. We uncover how you can use group sessions with your persistent pain patients, as well as: How the bio fits into biopsychosocial How you can develop an […]

 035. Know Pain with Mike Stewart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:26:53

Persistent pain can be a challenge, but also enjoyable to treat. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, Mike Stewart and I focus on specific examples and case studies of patients with complex or persistent pain, how you may approach persistent pain patients, explain their pain, use metaphors and explanations so they understand it, and help guide them through the recovery process.  Mike and I get into the details on: Why Physios need a deep understanding of pain science How does the “bio” part come into bio-pscyho-social How can we identify if the patient needs pain education, further investigations, a biological approach eg specific exercise How can you incorporate pain science into the treatment of patients with acute pain Mike’s top tips when working with persistent pain Specific case studies of patients with persistent and complex back pain, and how Mike has worked with these patients, including their presentation, beliefs, Mike’s language used in their session, activity modification and results achieved with these patients How to develop our teaching skills to achieve the best results with our patients Links of Interest Mike Stewart Know Pain Courses with Mike Stewart Mike Stewart on Twitter Virtual conferences with Physio Edge and Clinical Edge Clinical Edge discounts for Undergraduate Physio students available by emailing verification of your student status to info at clinicaledge.com.au Clinical Edge online education Free video on Metatarsal head padding with Nick Torrance Free video on soft metatarsal domes for acute metatarsalgia Free video on firmer metatarsal domes for metatarsalgia Facebook David on Twitter  

 PE035 Know Pain with Mike Stewart | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:26:49

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.

 PE #035 Know Pain with Mike Stewart Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:26:52

Persistent pain can be a challenge, and also enjoyable to treat. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast, Mike Stewart and I focus on specific examples and case studies of patients with complex or persistent pain, how you may approach persistent pain patients, explain their pain, use metaphors and explanations so they understand it, and […]

 PE #034 Advanced ACL Rehabilitation with Enda King | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The advanced stages of ACL rehabilitation are enjoyable to progress your patients through, and at the same time challenging to find the right exercises, and optimise the rate of progression through to return to training (RTT) and return to play (RTP). In this episode, Enda King from the Sports Surgery Clinic Dublin and David Pope […]

 034. Advanced ACL rehab with Enda King | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:26:09

The advanced stages of ACL rehabilitation are enjoyable to progress your patients through, and at the same time challenging to find the right exercises, and optimise the rate of progression through to return to training (RTT) and return to play (RTP). In this episode, Enda King from the Sports Surgery Clinic Dublin and David Pope discuss these later stages of rehabilitating your patients following an ACL Reconstruction. We discussed the prehabilitation and early stage ACL Rehab in the Physio Edge podcast episode 32, and episode 34 Enda and I cover in detail: • Return to straight line running and change of direction • Advanced Exercise Programming • What exercises to choose • Proprioception and motor control training • Strength and power programming • Periodisation • Sports specific conditioning • Plyometrics - readiness, what to use and timing of these in the training schedule • Multi-directional performance • Strength testing - what Enda uses, indicators of strength • Decisions on return to training • Return to contact • Decision making on Return to play • Bridging the gap between the gym and the field • Advice for Physios rehabilitating athletes recovering from an ACL reconstruction • When to discharge an ACL athlete • And much more Links of interest Physio Edge podcast episode 32 - How to rehabilitate ACL Injuries with Enda King Enda King Enda on Twitter @enda_king Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin SSC Research Foundation David Pope on Twitter Clinical Edge Webinar program - register your interest Clinical Edge Review the podcast in iTunes David Pope Tags: ACL, knee, injury, anterior cruciate ligament, surgery, rehabilitation, soccer, football, strengthening, movement, non-contact, physiotherapy, physio edge, podcast, enda king, SSC, sports surgery clinic, david pope, clinical edge, advanced, strengthening, proprioception

 033. How to treat anterior knee pain with Kurt Lisle | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:16:10

Anterior knee pain can occur in your elite sports patients right through to office workers and weekend warriors. In this podcast with Kurt Lisle, we discuss anterior knee pain, the causes, how to diagnose the source of the pain, and the best ways to treat and rehabilitate these patients. Kurt Lisle is the Australian Socceroos Physio and co-owner of The Knee Joint Physio in Queensland. Kurt and I discussed acute knee injuries on the Physio Edge podcast in episode 29, and I really wanted to get Kurt back on the podcast to discuss the anterior knee. In this fantastic, detailed episode of the Physio Edge podcast, Kurt and I explore: Subjective clues that give you ideas about differential diagnosis Fat pad - location of pain, activities that irritate Patellofemoral joint - aggravating activities and DDx Patellar tendon - subjective clues, location of pain Objective examination of the anterior knee Tests for PFJ Functional tests first or examination on the treatment table? Palpation of the anterior knee Fat pad palpation and tests Is the fat pad tender medial and laterally, or can it be tender only on one aspect Neuromuscular patterning Squat and one leg squat examination What causes “catching” pain on movement Chondral defects - identifying Is there value in the grind test When to refer for MRI and other imaging Important factors that may contribute to AKP Gait contributors to AKP Treatment of PFJ pain Modifying PFJ aggravating activities Using EMG Quadricep rehabilitation and strengthening When to incorporate squats into your rehabilitation program The role of taping for PFJ or fat pad irritation Red flags causing knee pain You can download this episode from iTunes or Soundcloud. If you enjoy the Physio Edge podcast, we would love you to take a couple of minutes write us a review on iTunes. Please take a screenshot of your review before posting it, and email it to info@physioedge.com.au so I can give you a shoutout in the next podcast Links of Interest Kurt Lisle The Knee Joint Physiotherapy, Bokarina, QLD Socceroos Review the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Download the Physio Edge podcast from iTunes Clinical Edge 20% off your first month’s membership to Clinical Edge with the code PHYSIOEDGE Review the Physio Edge podcast in iTunes Download the Physio Edge podcast from iTunes Clinical Edge 20% off your first month’s membership to Clinical Edge with the code PHYSIOEDGE  

 PE #033 How to treat anterior knee pain with Kurt Lisle | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Anterior knee pain can occur in your elite sports patients right through to office workers and weekend warriors. In this podcast with Kurt Lisle, we discuss anterior knee pain, the causes, how to diagnose the source of the pain, and the best ways to treat and rehabilitate these patients. Kurt Lisle is the Australian Socceroos […]

 032. How to rehabilitate ACL injuries with Enda King | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:08:39

ACL injuries can be career ending, or they can be an opportunity to sort out movement efficiency, motor control and and technical skills, coming back from the rehabilitation process with more power, speed and efficiency than your patients had before they injured their ACL. In this podcast, Enda King from the Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin currently completing his PhD in 3D biomechanical analysis after ACL reconstruction, with the aim to assist in RTP decision making and identifying fully rehabilitated athletes, and David Pope discuss ACL injuries, and the most important factors in pre-operative management and post-operative exercise programming to get your patients back to sport with improved sporting performance. Going deep on the details involved in ACL Rehabilitation, including: 01:20 Enda King and SSC, and working with ACL athletes PhD in 3D biomechanical analysis after ACL reconstruction, aim to assist in RTP decision making and what a fully rehabilitated athlete looks like What does a fully rehabilitated athlete look like? Incorporating performance goals into the rehab process Can athletes achieve better performance post ACL rehab than they were pre-injury Types of ACL grafts Preoperative ACL Physiotherapy, helping your patient to prepare for the surgery Preoperative education Restoring knee extension, balancing pain and improved range of movement, empowering your patient Guidelines for pain, swelling when restoring range of movement Restoring quadriceps activation, normalising gait patterns Clinical Edge Clinical Edge’s free webinar program Preoperative length of time Post-op - initial management To use or not use co-contraction exercises of quads and hamstrings Should you use squatting style exercises Week 1 post op Activating quadriceps - internal quadriceps cues or external exercise focus How much pain should a patient experience during or after an exercise Week 2 post-op When can heavy gym training commence Changing movement patterns throughout the kinetic chain Advice for patients in the early stages of rehab Frequency of exercise Week 2 onwards - exercises incorporating balance and proprioception Open vs closed chain exercises Advice for patients in weeks 2–6 Nutrition and dietary advice for patients Gym based rehabilitation Choosing and modifying exercises for middle stages of the rehabilitation process Various types of squatting movement, and progressing the types of squats Goblet squats Retraining ideal squat patterns Progressing squats, deadlifts and lunges Front squats Front squats and trap bar deadlifts vs back squats during rehabilitation When can an athlete start cycling Disadvantages of using cycling as the main part of a rehabilitation program Hamstring rehabilitation after semitendinosis/gracilis graft Strength and power development Strength testing - mid thigh pull, leg press Should we use open chain strength tests When to perform strength tests Strength vs power and rate of force development Running - incorporating into the program. When can your patient start running? Preparation for running Running drills Ideal movement patterns in running Enda King and SSC, and working with ACL athletes Podcast timeline 3:35 What does a fully rehabilitated athlete look like? 5:40 Incorporating performance goals into the rehab process 6:50 Can athletes achieve better performance post ACL rehab than they were pre-injury 8:20 Types of ACL grafts 11:10 Preoperative ACL Physiotherapy, helping your patient to prepare for the surgery - an opportunity to prepare your patients knee, ROM, strength and educate them on the rehabilitation process 14:20 Preoperative education 14:40 Restoring knee extension, balancing pain and improved range of movement, empowering your patient with 15:40 Guidelines for pain, swelling when restoring range of movement 16:15 Restoring quadriceps activation, normalising gait patterns 17:10 Clinical Edge 18:45 Clinical Edge’s free webinar program 19:30 Preoperative length of time 20:35 Post-op - initial management 23:20 To use or not use co-contraction exercises of quads and hamstrings 24:50 Should you use squatting style exercises Week 1 post op 25:25 Activating quadriceps - internal quadriceps cues or external exercise focus 26:30 How much pain should a patient experience during or after an exercise 27:30 Week 2 post-op 28:30 When can heavy gym training commence 29:30 Changing movement patterns throughout the kinetic chain 31:00 Advice for patients in the early stages of rehab 32:10 Frequency of exercise 32:55 Week 2 onwards - exercises incorporating balance and proprioception 34:10 Open vs closed chain exercises 35:40 Advice for patients in weeks 2–6 37:15 Nutrition and dietary advice for patients 37:45 Gym based rehabilitation 38:50 Choosing and modifying exercises for middle stages of the rehabilitation process 41:00 Various types of squatting movement, and progressing the types of squats 41:45 Goblet squats 42:30 Retraining ideal squat patterns 43:25 Progressing squats, deadlifts and lunges 44:00 Front squats 46:00 Front squats and trap bar deadlifts vs back squats during rehabilitation 47:25 When can an athlete start cycling 48:00 Disadvantages of using cycling as the main part of a rehabilitation program 48:30 Hamstring rehabilitation after semitendinosis/gracilis graft 49:45 Strength and power development 51:00 Strength testing - mid thigh pull, leg press 53:15 Should we use open chain strength tests 54:20 When to perform strength tests 55:00 Strength vs power and rate of force development 55:50 Running - incorporating into the program. When can your patient start running? 57:30 Preparation for running 58:35 Running drills 1:00:30 Ideal movement patterns in running Links: Enda King Enda on Twitter @enda_king Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin SSC Research Foundation David Pope on Twitter Clinical Edge Webinar program - register your interest Clinical Edge Review the podcast in iTunes   Tags: ACL, knee, injury, anterior cruciate ligament, surgery, rehabilitation, soccer, football, strengthening, movement, non-contact, physiotherapy, physio edge, podcast, enda king, SSC, sports surgery clinic, david pope, clinical edge, webinar

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