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.
Shockwave with Paul Hobrough
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 acute and chronic pathologies. We also discuss the positive outcomes it has so far produced when used in neurological patients!! Listen in to find out more!
Return to sport & Tendinopathy with Enda King
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, and how treating just the pathology might be the reason why a patient might not be making the expected improvements - listen in to find out more!
Tendinopathy with Jill Cook
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 you're really rehabbing a tendon and not misdiagnosing! Tune in as we take a deep dive into educating your patients and your clinical practise!
Utilising pain science & EBP in practise with Lars Avemarie
!!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 models to fostering self efficacy, then we take a brief dive into what using an EBP approach actually means for you and where your clinical experience factors in!
Ultimate Instability & training techniques with Paul Venner
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 Olympic athletes - training methods and approaches that leading to increased learning speed and skill development with the utilisation of the Frans Bosch method! Tune in to find out more!
Concussions & soft skills with Molly Parker & Natasha Wilch
This episode is a little different to the norm - I talk to both Molly and Natasha about concussions and what skills can help you stand out in the crowd and where soft skills become invaluable for your patient. We discuss their upcoming Concussion Call and the relevance for both clinicians to improve their understanding and their practise and those living with concussions on how to better deal with potential complications as well as dealing with the holidays!