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In this week's podcast, I delve into the minefield that is isometric exercise. Is it the best thing since sliced bread? Does everyone respond? What are the key questions we need to understand?
In this podcast we consider some new research exploring psychological factors and tendinopathy.
This podcast focuses on the tenuous and often convoluted relationship between gluteal strength and patellar tendinopathies.
This episode we focus on two recent randomised controlled trials evaluating education and exercise interventions for gluteal tendinopathy.
This week we focus on technology use in rehab, an exciting area that is set to grow hugely and will be part of all of our practices soon.
Achilles tendon function is much more complex than we originally thought. Not only do the tendons of each calf muscle rotate, but, to a certain extent, they function independently. In this episode I will discuss what this actually is and the important question... should we care?
Where is the PRP evidence at? And should we be recommending them to our patients? We delve into these issues and more.
Pain education in tendinopathy is tricky, in our clinic we use a simple 6 page education document.
An example of evidence based medicine and how we should reserve excitement in science before we have multiple studies and sufficient evidence.
I have wanted to write this blog for a while, mainly for the benefit of patients wondering about these treatments.
Many patients are told they have weak and poor gluteals that are causing everything. Their Achilles pain, their back pain, and perhaps thereby gluteal ‘weakness’ is the cause of their general dissatisfaction with life!
Interesting study to review this week from Oda et al. Co-authors include Paavo Komi and Masaki Ishikawa who have done lots of work on stretch shorten cycle.
Clinical gems and awesome management models. Your patients will love you for it!