Fri, 23 September 2011
PE004 Hip Injuries and Labral tears. An interview with Nichole Hamilton
Acetabular Labral tears in the hip are becoming more commonly diagnosed and operated on. In this episode, I chat to Nichole Hamilton, a Physio with a lot of experience treating hips, designing post-op arthroscopic hip protocols and lecturing about the hip. Some nice insights into hip injuries and diagnosing and treating labral tears.
This week we talk about all sorts of issues around the hip, including:
Diagnosing labral tears Labral tear symptoms What causes a labral tear? Activities that contribute to labral tears When is surgery required for labral tears When is conservative treatment a good option Kicking sports - what muscle control is required What is the role of psoas Dancers - what activities and positions load the labrum How can maximum hip range of movement be attained safely Posterior pelvic tilt or tuck - how does this relate to the hip Progressing exercises to incorporate functional positions
Links of interest
Direct download: PE_004_Hip_Injuries_and_Labral_Tears_-_an_interview_with_Nichole_Hamilton.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:26pm AEST
Tue, 6 September 2011
Andrew Ryan is a Sports Physio with the Australian Qantas Wallabies, and in this weeks episode Andrew and I chat about acute injury management, player screening, on-season treatment, corks, and adductors. Some great insights into elite sports management.
Links of interest
Adductors (I would provide a link, but if you don’t know what these are you should probably be reading a textbook about now)
Direct download: PE003_Rugby_rehab_and_return_to_sport_with_Australian_Qantas_Wallabies_Physio_Andrew_Ryan.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:39pm AEST
Fri, 19 August 2011
PE 002: LJ Lee - “Analysing movement, and clinical expertise research”
Analyse movement using your manual skills and palpation, plus insights into what clinical expertise and “Evidence Based Practice” really means - an interview with LJ Lee.
This podcast is brought to you by Physio Edge, your host David Pope, and the podcast sponsor, Clinical Edge.
Links of Interest
Wed, 3 August 2011
PE#1 - An interview with David Butler. Fascinating insights into pain, painful experiences, and neurodynamics from one of the world's leading neuroscience and pain experts. Learn why we (and out patients) experience pain, the latest research in pain and pain management. Learn how to talk to your patients to reduce their pain experience, when pain is more from joints or the periphery, and how to use neural glides.
Brought to you by Physio Edge - www.physioedge.com.au and your host, David Pope