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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.

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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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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English


Episodes

Physio Edge 085 How to rehab groin and lower abdominal pain in runners gym junkies with Andrew Wallis

10/18/2018
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Have you had patients that developed groin pain after getting a bit carried away with situps or abdominal exercises in the gym? Or have your patients developed lower abdominal pain after running or training that is causing them pain into hip extension? In this podcast with Andrew Wallis, Sports Physiotherapist with the St Kilda AFL team, we explore how you can treat patients that were a little too exuberant with their abdominal training or running, including: Andrew Wallis is also...

Duration:00:47:18

Physio Edge 084 Running injury treatment - tendinopathy, MTSS, total hip replacement & high BMI patients. Q&A with Tom Goom

9/13/2018
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How can you manage lower limb tendinopathy in your patients that like to run? Can runners with medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) continue to run? Can patients with high BMI or following total hip replacement run? Physiotherapists Tom Goom and David Pope answer your questions on how to assess and treat patients with running-related injuries in this Q&A conducted live, including: To improve your skills and results with low back pain patients, CLICK HERE for your free access to 3 videos...

Duration:01:17:09

Physio Edge 083 Running gait retraining, strengthening, glutes & ITB syndrome. Q&A with Tom Goom

9/6/2018
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What are the key components when assessing and treating runners? Should your treatment of running injuries focus on glutes? How can your runners schedule their training to improve recovery? Physiotherapists Tom Goom and David Pope answer your questions on how to assess and treat patients with running-related injuries, including: To improve your skills and results with low back pain patients, CLICK HERE for your free access to 3 videos with Tom Goom on "How to assess low back pain in...

Duration:00:59:16

Physio Edge 082 Achilles tendinopathy treatment - the latest research with Dr Seth O'Neill

8/3/2018
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Achilles tendinopathy treatment - what is the latest research, and how can it help your treatment? What is the best way to treat Achilles tendinopathy (AT)? Over the years our treatment of tendinopathy has evolved significantly. You may remember rubbing tendons with ultrasound or our thumbs in years gone past, and stretching the painful area or muscle-tendon complex. If you did, you may also remember the number of people that didn't really improve or develop the load tolerance to return...

Duration:01:49:15

Physio Edge 081 How to treat ankle syndesmosis injuries with Chris Morgan

7/18/2018
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Ankle syndesmosis injuries following forced ankle dorsiflexion and lateral rotation of the foot require very specific management and rehabilitation to achieve great treatment outcomes. If you approach management of ankle syndesmosis injuries in the same manner as a lateral ankle ligament injury it will likely result in long term pain and dysfunction for your patients. In the previous episode of the Physio Edge podcast - How to assess ankle syndesmosis injuries, Chris Morgan and David Pope...

Duration:01:14:21

Physio Edge 080 How to assess ankle syndesmosis injuries with Chris Morgan

7/5/2018
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Ankle syndesmosis injuries, also known as a high ankle sprain, commonly occur during high impact tackles or collisions that involve forced lateral rotation of the foot in ankle dorsiflexion. Syndesmosis injuries can be missed in the early stages as the degree of pain and swelling may not reflect the severity of the injury. Early diagnosis of syndesmosis injuries is key in preventing persistent pain, disability and limited ability to return to play or activity. In Physio Edge podcast...

Duration:01:06:27

Physio Edge 079 How to rehabilitate ACL injuries with Dr Lee Herrington

6/8/2018
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Following ACL injury, patients can have a smooth recovery with full return to sport and activity, or end up with ongoing knee symptoms and limited ability to perform the activities they love. How can you help your ACL injured patients have a great outcome? In Physio Edge podcast episode 079, Dr Lee Herrington and David Pope explore how to make your ACL injury rehab successful, and provide you with a comprehensive guide to rehabilitate ACL injuries. You will understand how to take your...

Duration:01:30:14

Physio Edge 078 High performance athlete management with David Joyce

5/15/2018
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How can you incorporate high performance elements into your sports injury rehab, to help your injured players and athletes become strong, fit, powerful and fast? How can you rehab a player to perform at a high level when they return to sport following injury? In Physio Edge podcast episode 78, David Joyce shares how you can improve the performance aspects of your rehabilitation. You will discover some of the key elements when managing high performance athletes and sporting teams. If you...

Duration:00:57:15

Physio Edge 077 Anterior shoulder pain, long head of biceps tendon pathology and SLAP tears with Jo Gibson

2/8/2018
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The long head of biceps tendon and superior labrum can get a hard time in throwing athletes and patients that fall on their arm or shoulder. This can result in long head of biceps tendon pathology or SLAP tears, and cause ongoing shoulder pain. A lot of our shoulder tests are non-specific, and are unable to identify particular structures that are irritated or painful in the shoulder. In the case of the long head of biceps (LHB) tendon and slap tears, there are a few useful tests that in...

Duration:01:21:43

Physio Edge 076 Footwear advice for running injuries with Tom Goom

1/25/2018
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There are a lot of myths around footwear, and your patients with running injuries will often blame an "incorrect shoe" choice for their injury, or believe that getting the "right shoe" will help resolve an injury. Are running shoes the cause of, and solution to running injuries? What advice should you give your patients when they ask that inevitable question "Do you think I need to get new shoes?", closely followed by "What shoe do you think I should run in?" In Physio Edge podcast...

Duration:01:01:13

Physio Edge 075 Tendinopathy, imaging and diagnosis with Dr Sean Docking

12/11/2017
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Tendinopathy patients may present for treatment with an ultrasound or MRI report in hand, unsure how you can help them, or how they can possibly recover when they have so much tendon pathology. To add insult to injury, they may even have a partial tendon tear on their imaging report thrown into the mix. How do imaging results impact your treatment and your patient's recovery? Are the imaging findings relevant to their pain? In this Physio Edge podcast with Dr Sean Docking...

Duration:01:13:58

Physio Edge 074 Hip pain and femoroacetabular impingement FAI with Dr Joanne Kemp

11/23/2017
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Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) may contribute to hip and groin pain, buttock pain, pelvic or low back pain and referred pain into the thigh. Is conservative management effective in patients with FAI, or is surgery required? If we can treat FAI conservatively, what is the best treatment, and how can you tailor your treatment to your individual patients? In episode 74 of the Physio Edge podcast with Dr Joanne Kemp you will discover: Sports Injuries virtual conference presentation As...

Duration:00:59:24

Physio Edge 073 Neck pain rehabilitation and strengthening with Kay Robinson

11/10/2017
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Strengthening is not commonly used in neck pain treatment and rehabilitation, however athletes may place large demands on their neck during training and play that require a high level of strength or endurance. When should you include strength training in your rehabilitation? What patients will benefit from strength training? How can you incorporate strengthening into your treatment? In episode 73 of the Physio Edge podcast, we explore the role of neck strengthening with Kay Robinson,...

Duration:00:49:33

Physio Edge 072 Accelerated hamstring injury rehabilitation exercise selection and progressions with Jack Hickey

11/3/2017
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Injured athletes like to recover and return to play as quickly as possible, and we need to balance return to play against impaired strength, performance and risk of reinjury. Initial injury rehabilitation often commences with isometric exercises, progressing into concentric/eccentric style exercises when isometric tests are pain-free. Finally high load eccentric exercises such as the Nordic hamstring are introduced for their positive effects of increased strength, fascicle length and...

Duration:01:16:49

Physio Edge 071 Hamstring strengthening, lengthening and injury prevention with Dr David Opar

10/26/2017
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Hamstring injuries are the most common injury in football and AFL, and we can help our patients strengthen their hamstrings while significantly reducing their risk of injury with the right exercise program. What are the best exercises to use to strengthen and lengthen the hamstrings, and to prevent hamstring injury? In this Physio Edge podcast with Dr David Opar, we discuss hamstring injury prevention, which athletes will benefit, which exercises to use, the most important aspects of each...

Duration:00:58:16

Physio Edge 070 How to treat adductor related groin pain and complex cases with Dr Adam Weir

10/19/2017
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Athletes with groin pain will commonly play with pain until the end of the season, and rest during the off-season in the hopes this will aid in their recovery. Unfortunately this offseason rest period rarely results in recovery, and athletes head into the preseason with long-standing groin pain and an extended recovery period. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast with Dr Adam Weir , you will discover how to treat adductor related groin pain (ARGP) and complex patient presentations...

Duration:01:04:25

Physio Edge 069 Adductor related groin pain stress fractures and nerve entrapment assessment diagnosis with Dr Adam Weir

10/13/2017
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Physio Edge 069 Adductor related groin pain, stress fractures and nerve entrapment assessment & diagnosis with Dr Adam Weir Adductor related groin pain is the most common diagnosis for athletes with groin pain. In this episode of the Physio Edge podcast you will discover how to assess and diagnose adductor related groin pain, identify or exclude differential diagnosis including stress fractures, hip joint involvement, inguinal related groin pain and nerve entrapment. Dr Adam Weir is a...

Duration:01:09:30

Physio Edge 068 Lower limb tendinopathy loading, running and rehab with Dr Peter Malliaras

10/6/2017
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There are a range of tendinopathy presentations, from easily diagnosed with a local area of pain and clear pain response to tissue overload; through to patients with trickier presentations and multiple contributors to pain e.g. long term proximal hamstring or gluteal tendinopathy with a lumbar spine radiculopathy. How can you diagnose and treat patients with complex tendinopathy presentations? How does the latest research around tendinopathy help us? I explore these issues and more with Dr...

Duration:01:49:59

Physio Edge 067 Shoulder special tests and the rotator cuff with Dr Chris Littlewood

8/18/2017
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Shoulder pain can involve the rotator cuff, scapula, cervical spine, thorax, and other structures in this area. Recent research has also explored the role of patient beliefs and expectations on the outcomes of Physiotherapy for shoulder pain. Which factors are important in your shoulder pain patients? Can we identify the contributing factors to your patients shoulder pain? What information will you get from orthopaedic special tests during a shoulder examination? How can you improve your...

Duration:01:09:59

Physio Edge 066 How to treat calf pain in runners with Tom Goom

6/23/2017
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Experiencing increasing calf pain with running can be an incredibly frustrating experience for your running patients, especially when it is severely limiting or stopping them from being able to run. You can have a lot of success in helping your runners overcome running related calf pain, and in episode 66 of the Physio Edge podcast, we give you practical strategies and exercises you can use in your treatment. Tom Goom and David Pope helped you explain the causes of calf pain to your running...

Duration:00:21:43