This only show that brings you nothing but the latest clinically relevant research learnings straight from the original researchers.
Hosted by clinician, researcher and educator, Tim Trevail from Melbourne, the show focuses on supporting musculoskeletal healthcare clinicians and early career researchers to understand the latest health-related research and help us to improve clinical and research decision making.
Find out more about the podcast here: https://www.timtrevail.com/podcast
Mitch Gibbs | Biomedical beliefs and clinical decision making in low back pain
Mitch Gibbs joins us to discuss his recent paper: 'Biomedical Beliefs Explain the Clinical Decisions Made by Exercise-Based Practitioners for People With Chronic Low Back Pain'.
Paper under discussion here.
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Dr Melanie Plinsinga | Cross-Sectional findings in GTPS
Dr Melanie Plinsinga joins us to discuss her recent physical and psychological findings on lateral-hip pain.
Paper under discussion: Systematic review and cross-sectional study
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Brooke Patterson | Functional ACL outcomes and early OA risk
Brooke Patterson joins us to discuss her new research on functional performance 1 year after ACLR and the risk of early OA development.
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Dr Christian Barton | Strength & power focused exercise for patellofemoral pain
Dr Christian Barton joins us to discuss his new research on proximal strength and power-focused exercise training for patellofemoral pain.
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Dr Matt King | Biomechanical sex differences in hip-related groin pain
Physiotherapist and PhD researcher Matt King talks through his award-winning research on lower limb biomechanics during low and high impact tasks for men and women with hip-related groin pain.
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Pat Vallance | Shockwave and Conditioned Pain Modulation
PhD candidate Pat Vallance discusses his latest research:
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy of Healthy Achilles Tendons Results in a Conditioned Pain Modulation Effect: A Randomised Exploratory Cross-Over Trial
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World class insight!
A great podcast for health professionals and those looking for up to date research. Tim is interviewing world class guests. Definitely worth a listen!!
Excellent way to keep up with the research
Informative from the original researchers to help us better understand complex topics. Keep it up!
Looking forward to seeing this one grow
Really good to see the original researchers discussing their ideas. Looking forward to more.