Wed, 4 May 2016
Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) occurs in athletes, runners, weightlifters, and other athletes, as well as more sedentary patients, causing pain at the hamstring origin and limiting your patients ability to sit, run and continue to be active.
There are a number of structures that can contribute to pain in this area, and in this podcast, Tom Goom and David Pope discuss how to clearly identify PHT and differentiate it from lumbar spine referred pain, hip pain, sciatic nerve pain and other conditions.
Tom recently released an article in JOSPT on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: clinical aspects of assessment and management with Peter Malliaras, Mike Reiman and Craig Purdam. We explore this article, and the research around PHT, and cover in detail:
Direct download: Physio_Edge_046_Proximal_Hamstring_Tendinopathy_with_Tom_Goom.mp3
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