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Really enjoying this podcast

By jonathanksmith - Jan 12 2019
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I am a PTA who has returned to PT school. I stumbled upon this podcast and have really enjoyed the idea of evidence based treatment. I credit much of my listening to this to keep myself from getting in a “rut” while confusing to treat patient while I return to school. It has also strengthened my knowledge of coursework as I have gone through each semester. Great work guys!

Excellent

By prestonjmoore - Aug 31 2017
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Learning a lot. Keep it up!!

iTunes Ratings

103 Ratings
Average Ratings
98
2
1
1
1

Really enjoying this podcast

By jonathanksmith - Jan 12 2019
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I am a PTA who has returned to PT school. I stumbled upon this podcast and have really enjoyed the idea of evidence based treatment. I credit much of my listening to this to keep myself from getting in a “rut” while confusing to treat patient while I return to school. It has also strengthened my knowledge of coursework as I have gone through each semester. Great work guys!

Excellent

By prestonjmoore - Aug 31 2017
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Learning a lot. Keep it up!!
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ClinicalAthlete

Latest release on Feb 03, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Episode 22: Q&A Series #5 Student Edition with Nate Wong

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In this episode, we welcome Student Physical Therapist Nate Wong onto the show to talk about the student experience and answer questions from the ClinicalAthlete Community! Topics Covered: – 7:13: Handling resistance from professors and peers – 19:46: How can professionals better support students – 29:08: Balancing curriculum information with other knowledge – 45:55: How does strength & conditioning knowledge help you in school – 49:50: Tips for the graduate school interview process Follow Nate on Instagram @thatonedood7
To learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Jan 15 2019

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Rank #2: Episode 7: To Foam Roll or Not To Foam Roll

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That is the question we attempt to answer in this episode. What does “self-myofascial release” do and how does it do it? Is it worth spending time on? Does it effect recovery, performance, or injury? What does the research say? Here’s our take..

Jan 09 2018

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Rank #3: Episode 4: Pain Science: This Sh*t is Complicated

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What is “pain”? Does pain mean tissue damage? Can we, or should we, treat pain directly? Does the approach change in acute versus chronic cases? In this episode, we attempt to talk through the complex topic of pain science, as it relates to clinical application.

Logic of Rehab pain science blog:
goo.gl/f9PZG6

Peer-Reviewed References:
Williams AC. Craig KD. Updating the definition of pain. Pain. 2016.
Hauck M et al. Top-down and bottom-up modulation of pain-induced oscillations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2015
Smith BE. et al. Should exercises be painful in the management of chronic musculoskeletal pain? A systematic review and meta-analysis. BJSM. 2017
Sullivan MJL. et al. The influence of communication goals and physical demands on different dimensions of pain behavior. Pain. 2006

For resources and education in the fields of sports medicine, athletic rehabilitation, and performance:
www.clinicalathlete.com

Sep 20 2017

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Rank #4: Episode 31: Do our rehab clients NEED strength training? With Dr. Scotty Butcher

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Is strength often the missing ingredient in therapeutic exercise programming? Is “training for the sport of life” equal to “train your rehab clients like athletes”? We discuss these things and much more with Dr. Scotty Butcher, along with his latest research on lumbar spine mechanics in squatting and deadlifting.

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Follow Scotty and The Strength Jedi:
Website: https://www.thestrengthjedi.com/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPZXOM8AFvlQ82SQ7YOlXyQ
Instagram: @thestrengthjedi
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/TheStrengthJedi/
https://www.facebook.com/Dr.ScottyButcher

Scotty’s Google Scholar citation list:
http://bit.ly/2ZlTKGR

Scotty’s “Why Strength Matters” video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU3rPJVv9Gw

Apr 23 2019

1hr 14mins

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Rank #5: Episode 45: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science with Greg Lehman

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Awareness of the ‘science of pain’ seems to have increased over the last several years (a good thing!). With the understanding that “psychosocial” factors may play a role in the experience of pain, what role does biomechanics play? Do biomechanics matter in terms of managing the pain experience for our athletes? If so, how and when? We discuss these things and more with internationally recognized clinician and educator, Greg Lehman.

Check out Greg’s website for FREE educational downloads, awesome blogs, and his course schedule: http://www.greglehman.ca/

Follow Greg on Twitter: @greglehman
Follow Greg on Instagram: @greglehman

Follow Greg on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gregory.lehman1

Aug 24 2019

1hr 1min

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Rank #6: Episode 21: Interpreting Research & Setting Goals For Diet & Training with Dr. Melissa Davis

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What are the important things to look for when interpreting research? What can we take from research conclusions? What are strategies to setting realistic goals for diet and training? We discuss these things and much more with Dr. Melissa Davis of Renaissance Periodization. Learn more about Mel here: https://goo.gl/W3dwu2
Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Jan 05 2019

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Rank #7: Episode 51: Patellofemoral Pain: Clinical Practice Guidelines with Dr. Richard Willy (Part 1)

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We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD. Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries.

In this episode (Part 1), we talk with Rich about the recent paper that he and his team had published, which is the current Clinical Practice Guidelines for Patellofemoral pain. There are so many gems in this one, so we hope you enjoy it!

Here is the link to the paper we discussed (OPEN ACCESS):
https://www.jospt.org/doi/full/10.2519/jospt.2019.0302

Follow or Contact Rich on:
Twitter: @rwilly2003
Instagram: @montanarunninglab
Email: rich.willy@umontana.edu
ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2pSzG1H
Google Scholar: http://bit.ly/2pPUFCp
You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Nov 09 2019

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Rank #8: Episode 52: Patellofemoral Pain: Clinical Practice Guidelines with Dr. Richard Willy (Part 2)

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We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD for Part 2 of our interview! Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries.

In this episode (Part 2), we talk with Rich about the recent paper that he and his team had published, which is the current Clinical Practice Guidelines for Patellofemoral pain.

Here is the link to the paper we discussed (OPEN ACCESS):
https://www.jospt.org/doi/full/10.2519/jospt.2019.0302

Follow or Contact Rich on:
Twitter: @rwilly2003
Instagram: @montanarunninglab
Email: rich.willy@umontana.edu
ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2pSzG1H
Google Scholar: http://bit.ly/2pPUFCp

You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Nov 23 2019

51mins

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Rank #9: Episode 10: Knee Valgus: Much About Nothing?

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What is knee valgus? When is it a mechanism of injury and when is it not? Does it matter in the squat? In this episode, we welcome Sam Spinelli, DPT to discuss these questions and more.

If you’d like to learn more about this topic, check out Sam’s ClinicalAthlete Webinar at: www.clinicalathlete.com

Jul 01 2018

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Rank #10: Episode 14: Gender Differences in Resistance Training with Greg Nuckols

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In this episode, we welcome strength coach and science aficionado Greg Nuckols onto the show. Greg discusses the similarities & differences between men and women regarding their responses to resistance training, based on fundamental physiology and a comprehensive overview of the scientific literature.

Greg’s blog:
www.strongerbyscience.com/

Greg’s monthly research review:
www.strongerbyscience.com/mass/

To learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
www.clinicalathlete.com

Sep 06 2018

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Rank #11: Episode 32: Periodization, Stress, & Uncertainty: Confronting an Inconvenient Truth with John Kiely

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s periodization evidence-led or tradition driven? How has our knowledge about stress evolved over the last 100 years? What is the interplay between stress, training, and rehab? We discuss these things and much more with highly respected coach and lecturer, John Kiely.

Follow John on Twitter:
@simplysportssci

Paper Discussed on The Show:
1. http://bit.ly/periodization_
2. http://bit.ly/periodization2

John’s ResearchGate Citation List:
http://bit.ly/kielycitations

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

May 05 2019

1hr 18mins

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Rank #12: Episode 48: Training & Treatment of The Barbell Athlete

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The ClinicalAthlete crew is back! In this episode, we tackle the training and treatment needs of Barbell athletes. What are the key principles for sustainable training? How can the lifter be involved in the training process? How do we best manage injuries with these athletes, and what should clinicians be focusing on? We discuss these things and more!

Want to learn more about training and treating Barbell athletes?

You can find resources posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, within the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our Barbell courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Sep 21 2019

1hr 21mins

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Rank #13: Episode 46: Reconditioning The Injured Athlete: Principles > Methods with Jarred Boyd

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Why is it important to understand rehab and training principles rather than memorizing methods? What are the important principles, and how do we implement them during the rehab process? We discuss these things and much more with Physical Therapist and Strength & Conditioning coach Jarred Boyd.

Follow Jarred Boyd on Instagram: @dr.jfitboyd

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Aug 31 2019

1hr 8mins

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Rank #14: Episode 30: Debunking Misinformation

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Is there a science to debunking misinformation? Well, the short answer is: yes. We welcome Michael Amato, DPT back onto the show to discuss the most effective approaches to correcting misinformation. *Lookin at YOU social media*

Follow Michael on Instagram:
@michaelvamato

Links to the articles that we discussed:
https://www.routledgehandbooks.com/doi/10.4324/9780203154472.ch3
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28895452https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03637751.2018.1467564

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Apr 10 2019

1hr 4mins

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Rank #15: Episode 47: Student Series: Staying Up To Date on The Literature with Nate Wong, SPT

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Keeping up with all the research that comes out can be a daunting task. What are some useful strategies to help? How do we make the information “stick”? Is it normal to feel overwhelmed or to have trouble retaining what you read? Is social media a good thing for education? We discuss these things and more with input from a student’s perspective, with student Physical Therapist Nate Wong!

For other students wanting to connect with Nate:
Instagram: @thatonedood7
Twitter: @alliseeisgolf

Here are some resources to search for research:
CINAHL
PubMed
Google Scholar
ResearchGate

You can also find research for athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, and within the ClinicalAthlete Forum!
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Sep 07 2019

1hr 6mins

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Rank #16: Episode 35: Knee Function & Strength Differences Between Young Athletes Who Return to Prior Level and Those That Don’t after ACLR, with Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD.

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Do young athletes who return to prior level of sport after ACLR have better knee function and strength when they are cleared, compared to young athletes who end up with a second ACL tear or don’t make it back to prior level? The answer might surprise you..

What other factors should we be looking at for return to sport testing in athletes after ACLR? Researcher and clinician Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD came onto the show to discuss these topics and more!

Follow Matt on Twitter:
@mattithurburnPT

Link to Matt’s paper discussed:
https://goo.gl/47GatD

Matt’s Google Scolar citations:
https://goo.gl/h441kC

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Jun 07 2019

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Rank #17: Episode 3: Came for the Tendinopathy but stayed for the donuts.

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In this episode of the ClinicalAthlete podcast, we are joined by Jason Eure, DPT, to discuss the physiology and current best practice for the management of Tendinopathy.

Follow Jason on Twitter:
twitter.com/jmeure

Read Jason’s awesome blogs on Tendinopathy:
Squatting with Patellar Tendinopathy
Training with Biceps Tendinopathy

Find your nearest ClinicalAthlete Provider or ClinicalAthlete Event at www.clinicalathlete.com

Peer-Reviewed references used in the show:
1. Revisiting the continuum model of tendon pathology: what is its merit in clinical practice and research? Cook JL. 2016
2. Human tendon adaptation in response to mechanical loading: a systematic review and meta-analysis of exercise intervention studies on healthy adults. Bohm S. 2015
3. Heavy-Load eccentric calf muscle training for the treatment of chronic achilles tendinosis. Alfredson H. 1998
4. Heavy slow resistance versus eccentric training as treatment for achilles tendinopathy: A randomized controlled trial. Beyer R. 2015

Aug 28 2017

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Rank #18: Episode 38: The Nordic Hamstring Curl, Screening, and Injury Risk: What We Know with Dr. Nicol van Dyk

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What does the current evidence tell us about the effects of Nordic Hamstring Curl on injury rates? What does injury “prevention” really mean, and what factors should we consider to decrease risk? We discuss these things and much more with clinical researcher Dr. Nicol van Dyk.

Learn about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Follow Nicol on Twitter:
@nicolvandyk

Nicol’s recent paper on the Nordic hamstring curl
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/02/26/bjsports-2018-100045

Nicol’s Google Scholar citation page:
http://bit.ly/2vbIa3j

Nicol’s ResearchGate page:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicol_Van_Dyk/research
Nicol’s paper on screening:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29643091
Roald Bahr’s paper on screening:
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/50/13/776
Nicol’s Power BI tool to assess the influence of each study on the evidence of nordic hamstring curls: http://bit.ly/2IviOoD

Recent papers on using systematic reviews to guide practice:
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/04/08/bjsports-2018-099958
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/04/08/bjsports-2018-099959

Jun 29 2019

1hr 16mins

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Rank #19: Episode 26: Q&A Series #7 with Eric Lagoy

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In this episode, we welcome Eric Lagoy, DPT onto the show to answer questions from the ClinicalAthlete community, and to talk about the amazing Exercise Prescription class that he teaches for Quinnipiac’s DPT program!
Topics Covered
-Beard Maintenance -Barriers to starting an exercise prescription course -Do today’s students have a better understanding of S&C? -Differences between exercise prescription and S&C courses -What place does the science of pain have in an Ex Rx course? -Example case studies in Eric’s Ex Rx class -What role does power development have in gen pop? -Strength training programming in Ex Rx class Follow Eric on Instagram @emlagoydpt To learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Feb 27 2019

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Rank #20: Episode 36: Using Emerging Strategies in Powerlifting Programming with Mike Tuchscherer (Part 1)

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How do we minimize assumptions and simplify the powerlifting programming process? How do we maximize progress for the individual? How can we minimize uncertainty when peaking for competition? What does “fatigue” actually mean? We discuss these things and more with powerlifting coach and elite powerlifter Mike Tuchscherer.

Follow Mike and RTS on Instagram:
@miketuchscherer
@reactivetrainingsystems

Learn more about RTS training & free training tools:
https://www.reactivetrainingsystems.com/

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com

Jun 15 2019

51mins

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