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ClinicalAthlete Podcast

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ClinicalAthlete Podcast hosted by Quinn Henoch

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ClinicalAthlete Podcast hosted by Quinn Henoch

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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

88 Ratings
Average Ratings
83
2
1
1
1

Really enjoying this podcast

By jonathanksmith - Jan 12 2019
Read more
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 Podcast

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ClinicalAthlete Podcast hosted by Quinn Henoch

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
56 mins
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Rank #2: 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
1 hour 19 mins
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Rank #3: 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
1 hour 27 mins
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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
1 hour 14 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 41: Treating & Training The Endurance Athlete with Danielle Adler Kroot

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What are the important first steps for the beginner endurance athlete? How much do running biomechanics matter for performance and injury? How does one go about educating the hard-charging endurance athlete on altering their habits? We discuss these things and much more with Physical Therapist and endurance athlete Danielle Adler Kroot.

Follow Danielle on Instagram @runfitdoc

Check out Danielle's website:
https://startinglinephysicaltherapy.com/

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Jul 27 2019
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #6: 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
46 mins
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Rank #7: 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/28895452
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03637751.2018.1467564

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

Apr 10 2019
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #8: Episode 42: The Rise of the Masters Athlete: Redefining what it means to be "older" with Christina Prevett

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Is training and rehab for our Masters athletes really that much different? What are the common misconceptions and legitimate considerations when working with our older athletes? We welcome Christina Prevett, MScPT, PhD(c) onto the show to discuss these topics and more! Follow Christina on Instagram: @christina_prevett
@staveoff @themastersathletecollective Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Aug 03 2019
1 hour
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Rank #9: Episode 28: Returning Our Athletes to Sport: The Good, The Bad, and What We're Missing with Dr. Mike Reiman

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What are the key elements for a successful return to sport? What elements seem to be lacking in the research for both the hip and the knee? What does "return to sport" really mean, and what are the difficulties in reporting it?

We welcome Dr. Mike Reiman, a faculty member at Duke University and clinical researcher, onto the show, to discuss these topics and more.
Follow Dr. Reiman on: Instagram: @michaelreiman Twitter: @mikereiman
Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Mar 15 2019
55 mins
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Rank #10: Episode 29: Training Load Markers and What We Need to Know with Franco Impellizzeri, PhD

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track with our athletes, and what is fluff? How can we best use the evidence to guide our sports medicine decisions? We discuss these topics and much more with performance coach and researcher Franco Impellizzeri.
Follow Franco on Twitter: @francoimpell
Follow Franco on ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Franco_Impellizzeri
Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community: https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Mar 27 2019
1 hour 20 mins
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Rank #11: Episode 40: Overhead Lifting For Athletes with Marcos Soriano

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Are weightlifting overhead derivatives useful for athletes who are not competitive weightlifters? What do we really mean when we say force output, rate of force, and impulse of force? Can the push press and jerk carry over to our ability to jump? Is there an argument for the use over overhead derivatives versus the bench press for upper body strength in athletes? We discuss these things and more with sports scientist Marcos Soriano.

Follow Marcos:
Instagram: @marcos_soriano1991
Twitter: @marcosasoriano1

Marcos' website:
www.thefitnessgate.com

Marcos' ResearchGate Page:
http://bit.ly/marcosresearch

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Jul 19 2019
1 hour 6 mins
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Rank #12: 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
1 hour 40 mins
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Rank #13: 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
46 mins
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Rank #14: 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
1 hour
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Rank #15: Episode 6: Debate Series #1: Bio vs. Psychosocia

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In the first edition of the ClinicalAthlete debate series, we are joined by Dr. William Brady, DC of: integrativediagnosis.com.

During this professional debate, we discuss the biopsychosocial model of pain and injury. What effect does a clinician have on the "bio"? When and how should the "psychosocial" element be addressed? Should we take a "structuralist" or "pain science" approach when diagnosing and managing injury? Is it a dichotomy?

We also discuss, at length, the existence and management of fascial adhesions. What are adhesions? Can we identify them with palpation? Can we make structural changes with manual interventions?

We would like to thank Dr. Brady for coming on this show. Professional discussion and debate is what helps to push our fields forward. To suggest future debate topics or possible guests, please use the contact email below.

References mentioned by Dr. Brady:

Flexor tendon adhesion in rats: goo.gl/qQf1p2
Tensile properties of collagen matrices: goo.gl/F42YB9
Endoscopic treatment of sciatic nerve entrapment: goo.gl/DdQ8SG

Referenced mentioned by Derek Miles:

Assembly and mechanical properties of extracellular matrix: goo.gl/Ysz5zu
Looking back on back pain: goo.gl/JCe931

Referenced by Michael Ray:

STarT Back and low back pain: goo.gl/5kir6j
Effect of denervation on pain intensity: goo.gl/69ix8C
Relieving pain with expectation interventions: goo.gl/1iLfgM
The logic of Rehab blog on pain science: goo.gl/VEZeGj

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

For questions and comments: info@clinicalathlete.com

Nov 25 2017
1 hour 45 mins
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Rank #16: 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 28 2019
1 hour 16 mins
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Rank #17: Episode 32: Periodization, Stress, & Uncertainty: Confronting an Inconvenient Truth with John Kiely

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Is 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
1 hour 18 mins
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Rank #18: Episode 15: Developing Your Comeback Plan After Injury with Dr. Mike Israetel

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In this episode, we welcome co-founder and Chief Sport Scientist of Renaissance Periodization, Dr. Mike Israetel, onto the show to discuss how to program your strength training when coming back from an injury.

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

Sep 25 2018
55 mins
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Rank #19: Episode 5: LTAD: Developing a Specialized Athlete Resilient to Acronyms

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Are children specializing too soon? How early is too early to pick one sport? What can we do to foster long-term development? In this episode, we discuss youth athletic development and whether early sport specialization is a risk factor for our young athletes.

Peer-Reviewed References:
Feeley BT. et al. When is it too early for single sport specialization? AJSM. 2015
Myer GD. et al. Sport specialization, Part I: Does early sports specialization increase negative outcomes and reduce the opportunity for success in young athletes? Sports-Health. 2015
Myer GD et al. Sports specialization, Part II: Alternative solutions to early sport specialization in youth athletes. Sports-Health. 2015

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

Oct 24 2017
1 hour 21 mins
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Rank #20: Episode 39: Cardiopulmonary Considerations in Orthopedic Rehabilitation with Rich Severin

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Why are vitals vital? Do orthopedic clinicians do an adequate job of screening the cardiovascular system? How can we do better? What does "breathing dysfunction" really mean, and what do we do about it? We discuss these things and more with Physical Therapist and researcher Richard Severin.

Follow Rich:
Instagram: @pt_reviewer
Twitter: @ptreviewer

PT Reviewer Website:
https://ptreviewer.com/

Rich's ResearchGate Page:
http://bit.ly/richresearch

CardioPulmonary Videos discussed in the show:
http://bit.ly/30HoNxo

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com
Jul 12 2019
1 hour 4 mins
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