Physio Edge podcast

Exercise is a vital component in our rehabilitation of patients with musculoskeletal pain and injuries.

How can you, as a Physiotherapist, Physical therapist or health professional, choose exercises for your patients that improve their pain, strength, control, confidence and the ability to reach their goals, without stirring up their pain?

Find out in this podcast with David Pope (APA Titled Sports & Musculoskeletal Physio) and David Toomey (NZ Titled Musculoskeletal Physio & PhD Candidate) from the Clinical Edge education & presentation team.

Direct download: 145_How_to_choose_exercises_that_improve_patients_pain_with_David_Toomey.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:21am AEST

Do we need to target “proprioception” in shoulder rehab with flexible or vibratory, blade-like rehab tools or water-filled pipes? Does the evidence support the use of these proprioceptive tools to improve patients shoulder pain, or are there different exercises that provide better results?

Find out in this podcast with Jo Gibson (Upper Limb Rehabilitation Specialist Physio) and discover whether to include proprioceptive treatment tools in your patients shoulder rehabilitation programs.

The handout for this podcast consists of articles referenced in the podcast. There is no additional transcript or handout available.

Click here for the free webinar with Jo Gibson “Rotator cuff revealed! Rehab & reasoning”. 

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Direct download: 144_Proprioceptive_rehab_tools_for_shoulder_pain_with_Jo_Gibson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:52am AEST

What strategies can you recommend to your patients that are recovering from injury or increasing their training to help improve physical recovery? Athletes often use various recovery strategies such as ice baths, compression stockings, massage and more to improve their recovery, but are they actually effective? What key strategies are evidence-based and useful?

Patients experiencing pain or a flareup may feel distressed or anxious. What mental recovery strategies can your patients use to help with these feelings of distress or anxiety?

Find out in this podcast with Tom Goom (Running Physio), as you discover the key recovery strategies for physical and mental health.

Improve running injury assessment & treatment now with the Running Repairs Online course with Tom Goom at clinicaledge.co/runningrepairs

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Direct download: 143_Key_recovery_strategies_for_physical_and_mental_health_with_Tom_Goom.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:46am AEST

Traumatic superior labrum anterior to posterior (SLAP) tears can occur in contact athletes and other patients that land on their arm or shoulder, and in throwers and other athletes. Initial assessment and even MRI often miss or misdiagnose these injuries, leading to ongoing shoulder, long head of biceps tendon (LHBT) or ACJ pain.

In this podcast with Jo Gibson (Upper Limb Rehabilitation Specialist Physio) you’ll discover how to identify patients with SLAP tears. You’ll explore which assessment tests can be used to diagnose and differentiate SLAP tears from other causes of shoulder pain, and which imaging modalities will actually identify SLAP tears.

The handout for this podcast is an article referenced in the podcast. There is no additional transcript or handout available.

Click here for the free webinar with Jo Gibson “Rotator cuff revealed! Rehab & reasoning”. 

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Use a fresh approach to your musculoskeletal and sports injury treatment with a free trial Clinical Edge membership at clinicaledge.co/freetrial

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