The Strength Physiotherapy Podcast

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Hi Guys, In this podcast episode I talk to Mark Trigilgas about training the over 30 man and how this differs from training the regular client. We also discuss a few stories of our own and talk about why having a hangover can be extra challengi
Hi Guys, This episode about takes another research bytes article, where we talk about trunk stability training in patellofemoral pain patients. I then go on to talk about Gurus on the internet and the debate that surrounds them online, after I
In this weeks podcast episode I talk about a fantastic article on manual therapy, which dispels some of the myths around manual palpation and I narrate through the article adding my own thoughts at various points. The article itself can be foun
Hi Guys, Welcome to 2017! We hope that this year is going to be a great year with plenty of content for the podcast. The first podcast is on aerobic training and its affect on resistance training along with a discussion on what functional train
Hi Guys, In this weeks podcast I have taken an excerpt from the research bytes section of our members area to talk about a study which compares the alfredson protocol to a heavy slow resistance training group when treating chronic Achilles tend
In this episode of the Strength Physio Podcast I discuss red flags in physiotherapy along with a talking point of critical thinking within physiotherapy. Red flags are vitally important to pick up as this can mean that early diagnosis and ultim
Hi Guys, I am back with another podcast all about understanding pain and how best to treat patients who have chronic pain conditions. On the podcast I interview Mike Stewart who teaches courses on pain and how to best educate people who have ch
Hi guys, In the latest podcast episode I talk to Glen and Ben on one of our research bytes podcasts about Scapula Kinematics around the pull up. Check it out below: In the episode we talk about The research article and how this relates to clini
In todays episode I talk to the guys from the push, pull, legs podcast about gym mistakes and things that people can do to minimise these and maximise their performance in the gym. Enjoy! When going to the gym there are certain gym mistakes tha
In this episode I talk to Stephanie Smith about all things Physio Business. It’s slightly different from our normal clinical based chat but I think it is a really important concept and one that we get taught nothing about in our physio training
In this episode I talk to Dan about Research. Doing a PHD means that Dan is heavily involved in research but how important does he think it is? and where can us mere mortals who do not have an athens password go to get our hands on it. Key lear
In this episode I talk to Dan Coughlan who Is doing a PHD in golf biomechanics. In the first episode we talk about how to treat golfers and whether functional exercises or the basic lifts are better for these patients and also how you get buy i
In this epsiode of the Strength Physiotherapy Podcast I talk to David Flemming about Applied Movement Neurology which he is the Co-founder of. It was a fascinating discussion and one which I know you will all enjoy. Key Learning Points What doe
Hi guys, Bit of an off the cuff podcast today as I was being shown a piece of equipment for hip traction for arthritis from a masters sprinter who got told he had degenerative hips and was experiencing quite a lot of pain but was too young to h
In this episode myself, Glen Robbins and Ben Matthew discuss a paper on knee valgus by Lee Herrington. Talking points Evidence behind knee valgus affecting PFJP What causes knee valgus What to do about knee valgus Hope you enjoy the podcast guy
Hi Guys, Im back with part 2 of the interview with Ben and Glen about running injuries Enjoy Key Learning points Does stretching help reduce running injuries? Does a type of foot strike reduce running injuries? Does the research support barefoo
Hey guys, Another Strength Physiotherapy Podcast is here. In this episode I interview Glen Robbins and Ben Matthews about Running Injuries, Enjoy! Key Learning Topics: Why are runing injuries so common? What are the common running injuries? Are
In this episode I chat to Mr David Gordon who is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in the foot and ankle. It was a fantastic interview with loads of useful information for any professional dealing with patients or clients with foot
In this episode I interview Jack Lovett who is the owner of Spartan Performance about building a gym and strength training. Its a great interview which really delves into how and why you should be looking at strength training from a long term p
On this episode we talk to Adam Meakins about shoulder assessment and treatment and he gives us some great clinical tips on how to deal with this problem area. Learning points: What are the common myths and misconceptions around shoulder assess
In this episode of the strength physiotherapy podcast we talk to Glen Robbins and Ben Matthews about the hip both from an assessment and treatment point of view and delve a bit deeper into FAI and labral tears. At the bottom of the post Ban and
In this episode I interview Sabina Skala about strength and conditioning as it relates to MMA and also within the general population. Its a fantastic interview and Sabina gives us some really great info so enjoy! Learning points Strength and co
In this episode I discuss the new free learning hub which is a series of videos on assessment, treatment, exercise, rehab exercises, research and much more. I also talk about the importance of active listening and behaviour change when with pat
In this episode I talk to Mike Mahler about Hormone optimisation and strength training. It was a fantastic interview and there is a ton of information that I’m sure you will thoroughly enjoy. Talking points How do you know if your hormones are
In this episode I interview Gary Ward who is the author of the book  ‘What the foot’ . Its a fascinating chat about functional movement and how it relates to foot function. I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Gary and I’m certain there will be lots
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