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Podcast by ClinicalAthlete

    Episode 78: The Student Series with James Chung

    Episode 78: The Student Series with James Chung

    Wondering how communication and the environment affects how you learn to move? 







    In this episode, PT student James Chung catches up with Chris and Quinn about his journey to PT school at Columbia University, what it’s like livin’ as a student in the big city and his passion for learning how others learn! 







    James drops some knowledge about motor learning frameworks, how he uses them in clinical practice as a student and his opinions of how these frameworks may be lacking in a lot of orthopedic settings. 







    Happy listening!







    Connect with James Chung:Instagram: @chungychungEmail: jamesnychung@gmail.com







    Follow Quinn, Chris and ClinicalAthlete on IG:@quinn.henochdpt@chrishughen@clinicalathlete







    Join the Free CALU Community!http://bit.ly/2XsaJrb







    Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!Audio production by John Summerford

    • 48 min
    Episode 77: Science to Practice: All Things Isometrics with Dustin Oranchuk

    Episode 77: Science to Practice: All Things Isometrics with Dustin Oranchuk

    Yielding isometrics? Overcoming isometrics? Eccentric quasi isometrics? What do these look like, and how can they be applied in rehab and in training? PhD candidate Dustin Oranchuk is on the podcast this week to discuss these questions and so much more!

    Dustin’s journey as a researcher in the field of Strength and Conditioning has taken him from Canada, to New Zealand, to Australia, and he’s been a part of publishing some fantastic literature along the way. Notably, he spearheaded a review paper titled “Isometric training and long‐term adaptations: Effects of muscle length, intensity, and intent: A systematic review” which has been a favorite of ours when it comes to putting isometric training into practice.

    Dustin discusses this paper with the Clinical Athlete team, as well as some recent work regarding the effects eccentric quasi-isometrics, and future considerations when it comes to utilizing isometrics in training. Enjoy!

    Link to Dustin’s Review on Isometrics:

    http://bit.ly/3tChqpo

    Connect with Dustin

    Instagram: @dustinoranchuk

    Twitter: @DustinOranchuk

    Connect with the rest of the Clinical Athlete Crew on Instagram:

    Quinn: @quinn.henochdptJohn: @john.rebuildstronger

    Jared: @jared.unbreakablestrength

    Join the Free CALU Community!

    http://bit.ly/2XsaJrb

    Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!

    Audio Produced by John Summerford

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 76: Bridging the Gap: Academics, Clinical Practice, and Burnout with Brendan DeForge

    Episode 76: Bridging the Gap: Academics, Clinical Practice, and Burnout with Brendan DeForge

    How do you manage the transition from a professional degree program, to practicing clinically? How do we the bridge the gap between what’s taught in academic institutions, what the evidence says, and what we see on a day to day basis as clinicians? It’s not an easy process by any means.

    This week, Clinical Athlete Provider and Physical Therapist Brendan DeForge joins us to provide his insight and experiences transitioning from student to new grad, and everything in between. The crew discusses the valuable aspects of PT school, as well as facets that could be improved upon. Brendan also “keeps it real” and gives us his experience managing burnout as a student and clinician, and gives us his take on strategies he uses to continue to pursue self growth and stay passionate about the field.

    Connect with Brendan:

    Instagram: @return2performance

    Email: brendan@thebridge.fit

    Connect with the rest of the Clinical Athlete Crew on Instagram:

    Quinn: @quinn.henochdptJohn: @rebuildstrongeronlineJared: @jaredmaynard_pt

    Join the Free CALU Community!

    http://bit.ly/2XsaJrb

    Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!Audio Produced by John Summerford

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 75: The CALU Community: The merger that dreams are made of – with Zak Gabor and Steph Allen

    Episode 75: The CALU Community: The merger that dreams are made of – with Zak Gabor and Steph Allen

    Big things are happening!! By now you’ve probably heard about Clinical Athlete and Level Up coming together to create one amazing community of passionate clinicians and coaches. If you haven’t heard, you’re in for a treat! On this episode, Zak Gabor and Steph Allen come on the show to discuss with Quinn how and why these two amazing communities are coming together to create something big! Join the CALU Community Facebook group NOW! http://bit.ly/2XsaJrb Connect with Quinn on Instagram: @quinn.henochdptConnect with the Level Up team on Instagram: @thelevelupinitiative@zakgabor.pt @stephallen.dpt Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!Audio Produced by John Summerford

    • 45 min
    Episode 74: Special Tests for the Shoulder. Not So Special? With Paul Salamh

    Episode 74: Special Tests for the Shoulder. Not So Special? With Paul Salamh

    How special are special tests for the shoulder? Are they valid? Do they aid us in providing an accurate diagnosis? How important is it to actually have an accurate diagnosis when it comes to shoulder pain? All these questions and more answered, in the latest edition of the podcast! Paul Salamh, DPT and Assistant Professor at the University of Indianapolis,  joins us to discuss his recent publication titled “It is Time to Put Special Tests for Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain Out to Pasture.” Paul discusses with the crew the utility of these tests in clinical practice, his approach to assessing and treating individuals with shoulder pain, and the pursuit of continual growth as clinicians. Link to the paper: https://bit.ly/2IIWpXqConnect with Paul: Paul’s Twitter: @PaulieSalamhPaul’s Google Scholar Page: https://bit.ly/35GmzTiPaul’s Researchgate Page: https://bit.ly/38Z5UwiConnect with the ClinicalAthlete Crew on Instagram:Quinn: @quinn.henochdptJohn: @rebuildstrongeronlineJared: @jaredmaynard_ptFind a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!Audio Produced by John Summerford

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 73: The Student Series with Derrick Bark

    Episode 73: The Student Series with Derrick Bark

    The student series is back! This week Chris and Quinn link up with chiropractic student Derrick Bark. Derrick shares his story of what drew him into becoming a DC Student, from his academic experiences, playing collegiate athletics, and ultimately getting into the DC program at Logan University. Derrick also shares with us how and why his views on the profession as a whole have shifted, and how he goes about challenging paradigms in the field. Enjoy the episode! Connect with Quinn on Instagram @quinn.henochdptConnect with Chris on Instagram @chrishughen







    Connect with Derrick on Instagram @dbark2408







    Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com!Audio Production by John Summerford

    • 52 min

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22 Ratings

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Case study

LOVE the case study, keep these up. Anything you could line up for a chronic HLD case study?

I see a ridiculous amount of clients who herniated discs 10-20 years prior and are now following through with rehab.

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