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Dan Exeter

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Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

The Athlete Development Show

ADS 074: Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality. On the show today, I chat with Sport and Exercise Physician and father of two, Dan Exeter. Dan is based at Axis Sports Medicine on the North Shore in Auckland, where he specialises in injury prevention and rehabilitation of athletes […]The post Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality appeared first on AUT Millennium News.

1hr 19mins

17 Jul 2019

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Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality

The Athlete Development Show

ADS 074: Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality. On the show today, I chat with Sport and Exercise Physician and father of two, Dan Exeter. Dan is based at Axis Sports Medicine on the North Shore in Auckland, where he specialises in injury prevention and rehabilitation of athletes of all ages and walks of life. He has worked with a long list of sports at the highest level, including Australian Rules football, athletics, rowing, rugby, tennis and triathlon, however, more recently Dan has developed a keen interest in working with youth. Dan also holds a senior lecturer role with the University of Auckland. In this wide-ranging conversation, Dan and I discuss the art of listening and why it’s such an important skill when working with people in pain, how the modern world has changed the way kids experience sport and physical activity and what this means for all of us, his well-informed thoughts on early specialisation, and much more. I hope you enjoy it. We also discuss: Growing up in Wairoa in the Hawke’s Bay of New Zealand; Dan’s journey into the world of sports medicine; Why medicine professionals need to be better marketers; How Dan works with young people and their parents to get the best possible outcomes; Dealing with personal biases; The silver lining of overuse injury; The role of injury mitigation in schools; Formalising informality; Paying for the backyard experience; The value of joining in the fun with our kids; The challenge with living in a world saturated by choice. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe with your favourite podcast app by clicking one of the links on this page. I’d also encourage you to head over to iTunes and give the show a rating as it helps us to share the show with more people. Thanks so much for listening! The post Ep 74 -Dan Exeter – Early specialisation, the modern day sports parent, and formalising informality appeared first on AUT Millennium News.

1hr 19mins

17 Jul 2019

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Exercise and children - Dan Exeter

Goodfellow Clinics

Dr Dan Exeter talks about exercise and children - how much is too much?

28mins

4 Sep 2018

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Osteoarthritis - Dan Exeter

Goodfellow Clinics

Dan Exeter talks about Management of Osteoarthritis

22mins

3 Oct 2016

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Steffan Griffin Hard Talks sports physician Dan Exeter (Athletics NZ) on illness prevention for Rio

BJSM

Whilst injuries will undoubtedly dominate the headlines at the Olympics, we shouldn't ignore the competitors' increased susceptibility to illnesses - which can cause just as much heartbreak. BJSM’s popular podcast host, Steffan Griffin (@lifestylemedic), speaks to Athletics New Zealand team sports and exercise medicine physician Dan Exeter. Dr Exeter will be in Rio in August for the 2016 Summer Games and he shares New Zealand’s secrets for prevention illness in individuals and across the New Zealand squad. Remember that the Australian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians (@ACSP_SportsDocs ) and Sports Physiotherapy New Zealand (@SportsPhysioNZ) are both BJSM member societies. If you belong to one of these (or BJSM’s other 21 member societies) you can access all BJSM content for free via your member organisation’s website. Not a member country yet? Email karim.khan@ubc.ca Links: Great podcast last week: How Rugby 7s are approaching their Olympic Games preparation and the demands of this new Olympic Sport. http://ow.ly/EfCY3017Z2BNorway’s very experienced team physiotherapist, @BenClarsen (PT, PhD) on a systematic approach to monitoring elite athletes on a regular basis even when they are on the road for long periods of time. http://ow.ly/6GHV3017VMXProfessor Roald Bahr (@RoaldBahr) on the challenges of a team clinician making Return To Play decisions: http://ow.ly/TrSz3017YcnBJSM publishes 4 Injury Prevention and Health Protection (IPHP) issue annually. Check them all out here: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/by/year The paper (OPEN) on Illness and Injury at the London Olympic Games: http://ow.ly/gORM3017ZRT

14mins

10 Jun 2016

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Concussion myths - Dan Exeter

Goodfellow Clinics

Dan Exeter about Concussion Myths

37mins

1 Jun 2015