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The Physiotutors podcast is your opportunity to hear from some of the best physio's, researchers, lecturers and medical professionals for all things physiotherapy related. Join us as we discuss topics from orthopedics to pain management, from spinal cord to respiratory all in the name of physiotherapy.
 
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On this edition of the podcast we talk with Dr Ahmad Malik, foot & ankle orthopedic consultant. We start the discussion looking at surgeries, what constitutes a good or bad candidate for surgery as well as reactions to metal work after the fact. In addition to that, we discuss the importance of listening to your patients and fully exploring their s…
 
On this episode of the podcast I talk with Lizzie Marlow, an MSK physiotherapist & educator specialising in lower limbs with special interests in running injuries, lower limb tendinopathies & of course management & treatment of achilles ruptures. We talk about everything surrounding Achilles tendon rupture rehabilitation. From the initial assessmen…
 
This time we speak with Katie Mitchell, a researcher, educator, physical therapist, athletic therapist & clinic owner with a special interest in concussions and rehabilitation as well as the role our neuromuscular connection plays into rehab - not just in the post concussion athlete, but para-athletes, musculoskeletal complaints & rehab as a whole!…
 
This month we're speaking to Ben Steele-Turner (@PhysiUtrition). Ben is a Physiotherapist with a Msc in nutrition having spoken on the topic in conferences and a lecturer in musculoskeletal health. Next to that he's also a personal trainer and previously competed in body building fitness competitions - he stays busy! We spoke about the importance o…
 
This time we're joined in studio with none other than returning guest, Claire Robertson! Claire is back to talk to us about patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). From defining what it actually is as an all encompassing term, to rehab strategies and potentially what adjuncts may be useful. Don't forget to head over to www.physiotutors.com/courses to …
 
This time we're joined by hip specialist Mehmet Gem to discuss hip pathologies, how you're going to assess patients in clinic and how you can, without further imaging begin to develop a picture of what might be going on in your patients hip to determine whether or not further action outside of physiotherapy alone is needed! We dive deep on FAI and …
 
Join us as we sit down with Yoeri Pegel - head of strength for Ajax football club in Amsterdam as well as working with Olympic athletes & elite combat sports athletes. We talk about everything from training in season & out, how to maximise gains and when to focus more on maintenance. Yoeri discusses his approach to coaching, cueing and being flexib…
 
In this episode we talk about what it is your orthopaedic surgeon would consider (and what Dr. Jorge Chahla *heavily* emphasised - in consultation with the patient) in the decision making process as to whether or not surgery was a suitable option, or if something such as biologics would be a better option. We touch on the decision making process in…
 
Yann Le Meur sits down with us to discuss recovery & sports performance through his work with elite athletes from the French Olympic team over 3 Olympic cycles, to the world number 2 in tennis Daniil Medvedev & AS Monoco to name but a few. We discuss everything from his role in aiding the athletes sports performance & recovery, and where he feels t…
 
On this episode of the podcast we talk with Vestibular Rehabilitation specialist Firat Kesgin about the intricacies of vestibular rehab, and just how complex it can be, what the effects are if a patient is misdiagnosed and then continue down the "wrong" pathways, as well as what you can do to help aid and guide their rehab. If you've listened to ou…
 
In this episode of the podcast we talked to a leader in the field of headache & migraine research. As a practising physiotherapist René has the fortune of being able to take his research and apply it directly in clinic, applying not just statistically significant but also that which will in turn be clinically significant and appropriate for use. We…
 
In this episode of the podcast I get to speak with Roger Kerry, physiotherapist, researcher & educator. Roger Kerry has lectured internationally extensively on the topic of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD) to help bring to light an area of physiotherapy that we may not be addressing as much as necessary. We discuss signs & symptoms to look out f…
 
In this episode of the podcast I get to speak with Pat Camp - a respiratory rehabilitation specialist and researcher with around 3 decades experience as a physiotherapist & over a decades experience in research for respiratory physiotherapy. Pat is also the host of the LungFit podcast where she discusses the latest in pulmonary rehabilitation. We s…
 
Today I'm speaking with the man behind the newest online course Central Sensitization - Jo Nijs - member of the famed Pain In Motion research group. We talk about central sensitization - the pillars behind the approach that the PIM group utilise, wider aspects of research and environmental aspects that can influence the pain response and recovery s…
 
In this episode of the podcast I get to speak with the man behind Squat University - Aaron Horschig, who himself is an ex competitive Olympic style lifter, Physiotherapist, writer & speaker working with some of the cream of the crop in competitive sports - from NFL to competitive weightlifting. In this episode we address the elephant in the room of…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast I get to speak with Clint Wattenberg - Director of nutrition at the UFC performance institute & has previously worked as the head of sports nutrition at Cornell university as well as working with those with eating disorders! Today we talk about not only nutrition for the modern athlete, but also the effec…
 
In this episode of the podcast we're joined by Darren Burgess, current High Performance manager at Melbourne FC and former Director of High Performance at Arsenal FC as well as Liverpool FC. We get to talk to him about managing athletic performance at the highest levels of elite sport, how we can go about measuring both performance & recovery in ou…
 
In this super sized episode of the podcast I sit down (twice so a small audio shift) with Ian Gatt - there was just so much for us to cover that we quite simply couldn't fit it all in to 1 recording, and we've still barely scratched the surface! We look at hand, wrist & elbow injuries in combat sports - Ian is the head physio for GB boxing, upper e…
 
In this edition of the podcast we talk with Filip Struyf to help clean up the murky waters around the shoulder complex and discuss why special tests may not be so special anymore - but may still have a place in your therapy! We also touch on how you can better direct your rehab and what elements are key for a positive outcome. Listeners of the podc…
 
This time we speak to Paul Hobrough, a leading expert in shockwave, physiotherapist and educator on the topic. Paul has worked with some of the elites in sports and we talk to him on just how much the addition of Shockwave into his physiotherapeutic practise has helped boost positive outcomes for his patients and speed up recovery times in both acu…
 
On This episode we talk with Enda Kind, a physiotherapist, S&C specialist, researcher and educator. We get to talk with him about what successful rehabilitation and return to sport/function entails, and how you can work on movement patterns, segmental control within the kinetic chain as well as tips on coaching your patients to optimise outcomes, a…
 
Today on the podcast we're joined by the world renowned Jill Cook - an expert and leader in tendinopathy rehabilitation and research! We cover the basics that you should look out for - what's important in your screening and why exercise prescription is far and away the biggest aspect to successful rehabilitation for your patient - but making sure y…
 
!!PAIN SCIENCE IS NOT AN INTERVENTION!! But as physio's we can use our understanding to provide patients with ways they can better understand and manage their symptoms - and that's where this episode takes us with Lars Avemarie, a physio, writer & educator, from using the DIMs/SIMs model to fostering self efficacy, then we take a brief dive into wh…
 
In a Physiotutors first, we were lucky enough to have Paul Venner live with us at the Physiotutors HQ to discuss Ultimate Instability - a tool used worldwide in elite sport and rehabilitation centres around the globe. In addition we talk to Paul about his approach to training with athletes - training methods and approaches that he utilises with Oly…
 
This episode is a little different to the norm - I talk to both Molly and Natasha about concussions and their varied experiences on rehab from the patients perspective and the clinicians - what skills can help you stand out in the crowd and where the soft skills become invaluable in helping your patient deal with their injury. We also discuss their…
 
This time on the Physiotutors podcast we talk with Brodie Sharpe, the host of the Run Smarter podcast, a physiotherapist and a running enthusiast himself. We discuss running related injuries and the importance of recovery - this is also the topic of this upcoming month for the Run Smarter podcast - the importance of recovery! On this episode we loo…
 
This time I chat with Ryan Timmins to discuss his work in hamstring injury research, a senior lecturer and researcher with well over 50 publications to date, we pick his brain and get his take on current literature research and we should be taking forward to our patients. We discuss injuries and return to sport, and talk about how we can optimise h…
 
This time I get to chat with Anthony Teoli to discuss knee OA, an educator and physiotherapist specialising in knee OA. We discuss the signs and symptoms we as physios should look for and how we can help our patients. We discuss the benefits of exercise therapy and tailoring your approach for your patient to ensure their compliance with, and engage…
 
In this edition of the Physiotutors podcast we talk with Kjartan Fersum about cognitive functional therapy (CFT) and how he integrates that into his daily practise, utilising it with chronic and acute pain patients to help them navigate their problems and it's role within physiotherapy. Kjartan provides us with methods you can easily take into your…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Natasha Wilch as a follow up to our previous podcast on concussions. We discuss paediatric physiotherapy, rehabilitation and her personal experience utilising concussion prehab exercises! Return to play (RTP) as well as returning to different levels of activity were hot topics during this talk!…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Molly Parker about concussions, concussion management, rehabilitation and her personal experience as a physio who's a patient with a concussion. We discuss the dangers of concussions going undiagnosed and the drastic affect this can have on your body and ability to function. We dive a little in…
 
In this edition of the Physiotutors podcast we talk with Mark Laslett about diagnostics and it's role within physiotherapy, how treating it as a distinct science can help improve your practise. In addition to this we discuss lower back pain and sacroiliac joint issues. Talking with Mark you can feel his passion for physiotherapy and over 50 years o…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Jarod Hall about pain, pain management and effective communication with your patients. We discuss a few methods that you can take directly into practise, addressing not just the "what to say" but also ways in which you can frame your conversations and approach with patients when discussing thei…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Nick Rolnick about Blood Flow Restriction (BFR), the evidence behind it and why it can prove to be an invaluable tool for patient rehabilitation right across the board! We discuss how to effectively utilise BFR as well as parameters to utilise for patients post operation, how it can be benefici…
 
In this edition of the Physiotutors podcast we welcome back Glen and Ben to discuss chronic hip complaints - that's those folks who have been dealing with their issues for three months or longer. We cover aspects of conservative treatment to avoid surgery as well as discussing what aspects of a patients' complaints may warrant further investigation…
 
In this edition of the Physiotutors podcast we talk with Nick Hannah about the biopsychosocial model of physiotherapy. We cover what the biopsychosocial model includes, how to implement it and topics such as tackling belief systems, how to approach the subject of pain with a patient as well as talking about our personal learning moments with patien…
 
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Ben and Glen about running related injuries, and how to help prep any patients of yours you may have preparing for upcoming marathons. We discuss how to approach your assessment strategy, key signs to look out for, and different approaches on how to help get your patients fit, healthy and ready…
 
In this edition of the Physiotutors podcast we talk with Rob Sillevis about manual therapy covering manipulations and the affect on the body, talking about the research he has conducted on the autonomic nervous system in response to manipulations. We also discuss how manual therapy should be used as an adjunct to patient treatment, and not the sole…
 
In the third installation of the Physiotutors podcast, we talk about Hoffa's fat pad complaints and rehabilitation with one of the leading physiotherapists in the patellofemoral pain syndrome and Hoffa's fat pad complaints - Claire Robertson. We discuss how her research has helped outcomes of her patients who are often referred to her by other ther…
 
In the second installation of the Physiotutors podcast, we talk about ACL rehabilitation with one of the leading physiotherapists in the field of ACL rehab - Bart Dingenen. We discuss how his research has helped to develop the post-op outcomes of his patients. In addition we touch on what he believes are areas that can be frequently overlooked for …
 
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