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We speak with physiotherapist, Rich Severin [DPT, PhD(c), CCS] about the importance of screening for cardiovascular risk factors during musculoskeletal assessments. Rich discusses a case study demonstrating the impact that screening can have, how you can screen in your practice, and the #VitalsareVital campaign. Find out more about Rich: www.ptrevi…
 
We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Daniel Harvie [B Physio (hons), M Musc & Sports Physio, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow] about the use of virtual reality in the treatment of pain. Dan discusses the current uses of VR in acute pain, potential uses for persistent pain, and where he sees the future of VR heading. Learn more about us here. You can…
 
We speak with Pharmacist, Pene Wood (PhD, BPharm, Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy at La Trobe University), about the growing issue of opioid dependence, appropriate uses for opioids, and alternative solutions. Learn more about us here. 00:27 Can you introduce yourself? 00:56 Can you give us an overview of what opioids are, what opioid dependence is, …
 
We speak with Prof Dave Walton, PhD, an associate professor at Western University School of Physical Therapy. Dr. Walton has been a strong advocate for incorporating technology into physiotherapy practice. In 2017, he traveled across Canada for the Physio Move Canada project to address the future of the profession. He speaks with us about a wide ra…
 
We speak with Canadian Men’s National Basketball Team Performance Coaches Charlie Weingroff and Karamvir Gill about their experiences working with the team, getting injured athletes back to playing, and how training = rehab. Visit Basketball Canada or Charlie Weingroff's website for more info. Learn more about us here. 00:28 Would you like to intro…
 
We speak with Johnny Owens, PT, from Owens Recovery Science. Johnny gives a great overview of blood flow restriction training and its use in the rehabilitation setting. This podcast covers a lot of ground, including: - The basics and science behind blood flow restriction - How to use it clinically - What patient populations can benefit from BFR - R…
 
“Restricting activity in the hopes of saving your vagina is not holistic womens health” We speak with Antony Lo (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist based in Sydney, Australia) about pelvic health considerations in the female athlete and Crossfit training and injuries. To find out more about Antony, visit: http://physiodetective.com Learn more about us…
 
"'If you just hold your tummy tight you’ll be fine’…we’ve communicated, stiff equals strong, but really that dynamic quality is more like function and fitness, we move and so that system needs to move too to mimic that” We speak with physical therapist Julie Wiebe about the role of breathing and the pelvic floor in the core system, and how this can…
 
"If you use a metronome to pace your strength training activity, what you get are the changes that you want at a muscle and tendon level, but you also get the changes to your motor cortex." We speak with Dr. Ebonie Rio [Ba. App Sci, Ba Phys (hons), Masters Sports Phys, PhD] about tendon neuroplastic training, how the brain is involved in tendon pai…
 
“Pain and pathology aren’t necessarily related. So you can have profound pathology, profound degeneration in your tendon and have no pain” We speak with professor Jill Cook [PhD, Grad Cert Higher Ed, PG Dip Manips, BAppSci (Phty)] about tendon pathology, pain, and rehabilitation. Visit LaTrobe University to contact or find out more about Jill Cook.…
 
"Why are we trying to decrease inflammation? Inflammation, the last I checked, was an amazing thing, it's a good thing!" We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam [D.Sc.PT, M.PHTY, B.Sc.PT, FCAMT], about the evidence behind the use of ice post soft tissue injury. Bahram also discusses the effects of ice, heat, and anti-inflammatories on the bod…
 
You asked, they answered! Three top pain scientists - Prof Lorimer Moseley, Dr. Tasha Stanton, Dr. David Butler - answer your burning questions about pain science. This episode is live from the Pain Revolution event in Australia. Thank you to all who contributed questions and special thanks to the online communities who collaborated with us to make…
 
"Some of the biggest manufacturers in Canada and the US often claim to make custom product when they’re actually using stock item shells and creating orthotics that are not actually unique to the patients feet." We speak with Aaron Tran, pedorthist and founder of Orthogenic Laboratories, about custom foot orthotics - what they are, what conditions …
 
“If there’s no bio (in biopsychosocial), why are there physios?...For a long time we said every body has a brain, meaning don’t forget there’s a brain attached, but we have to also go backwards and remember that the brain has a body” We speak with physiotherapist Adriaan Louw (PT, PhD, CSMT) about pain neuroscience education, including layman's exp…
 
In this episode, physiotherapist Darryl Yardley (FCAMPT, B.Kin (Hons), M.Sc.(PT), M.Cl.Sc.(Manip), Chair Private Practice Division – Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Founder - Mentorship Bootcamp) answers questions from students and new grads. Topics include job hunting and applying for jobs, contract negotiations, salary, building a caseload, a…
 
"Degenerative change is not something we really want to put cortisone in and around if we can avoid it, because the pathology in that situation is not inflammation...On top of that you've added a drug that can be degenerative to tissue that already is degenerative, and for that reason again I'm reluctant to use cortisone in most situations." In thi…
 
"What I’ve learned is that when a muscle becomes wasted, its not just because of a lack of impulses from the nerve into the muscle, its not just a lack of activity, it’s being told by a trophic factor produced by the nerve to get wasted" We speak with physiotherapist Michael Shacklock (DipPhysio, MAppSC, FACP, NDS Instructor and founding director) …
 
Sanjeev Bhatia (CEO and co-founder of Clinic Space) returns as guest host to interview Charlotte Anderson (PhD(c), MScPT). Charlotte is a physiotherapist and owner of Alpha Health Services, a multi-disciplinary rehab clinic she started over 4 years ago. In this podcast, they explore the challenges of starting, managing and growing a private practic…
 
"The real key with the Mulligan Concept and its effectiveness is that you know you're in the right place, doing the right technique, in the right direction, with the right grade while you're doing it, by symptom abolition." We speak with physiotherapist Jack Miller [BSc(PT), DipMT(NZ), MClSc, DPT, FCAMPT] about the Mulligan Concept, including commo…
 
“You can give someone all the tactics, all the strategies. You can even give them the processes, the training material, get team buy in. But if you can’t execute, and you can’t deliver, then you’ve dropped the ball. So what I’ve learned is execution is everything.” We speak with Sanjeev Bhatia (CEO and Co-founder of Clinic Space) about how to effic…
 
“Common is very different than normal…1-in-3 to 1-in-4 women struggle with incontinence…but its not normal, it means there is a dysfunction” We speak with physiotherapist Carolyn Vandyken (BHSc (PT), Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Owner & Instructor of Pelvic Health Solutions) about pelvic health, including common conditions, myths, prevalence in m…
 
"When I deal with a patient who's had a concussion, you're not just dealing with the concussion, you're dealing with the concussion plus all of the pre-existing history" We speak with Dr. Patrick Quaid (Optometrist, FCOVD, PhD) about his background in optometry and his focused interest in vision rehabilitation for patients with learning difficultie…
 
"By focusing on brand first you start to create a bit of differentiation, and you start to create a better position in the market for what you stand for" We chat with Scott Marcaccio, CEO and Co-founder of Myodetox about tips on how to market, brand, and scale a rehab clinic. Scott was previously a marketing executive before jumping into the world …
 
"Traditional acupuncture is the bicycle, electroacupuncture is the motor bike" We speak with Dr. Alejandro Elorriaga Claraco [MD (Spain), Sports Medicine Specialist (Spain), Director McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program] about the science behind both traditional and neurofunctional acupuncture and their similarities and diff…
 
We speak with Rob Werstine [HBA, BSc(PT), MSc(PT), Dip Manip, Dip Sport, FCAMPT], physiotherapist and co-director of Key Clinical Skills, a company offering Canada's first transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. In this talk we discuss the evolution of physiotherapy in Canada and how many countries are moving towards a more specia…
 
"If you help a patient with back pain, they're going to be grateful. If you help a patient with TMJ dysfunction, they're going to leave you in their will" Physical therapist, Dr. Erson Religioso III [DPT, MS, MTC, Cert. MDT, CFC, CSCS, FMS, FMT, FAAOMPT], speaks with us about the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, including anatomy, typical…
 
"The way a patient responds to treatment is probably 50%, or maybe even more than 50%, directly related to our personal interactions" Physiotherapist, Jasdeep Dhir [BSc(PT), TDPT, MClSc(MT), FCAMPT], speaks with us about therapeutic alliance, including the importance of interpersonal skills to improve treatment outcomes. Jasdeep also discusses stra…
 
"A lot of the things that we have to spend time dispelling in our practice are myths that patients come in with" Chiropractor, Dr. Shawn Thistle [B.Kin (Hons.), D.C., Medical Acupuncture, ART, CSCS, F.R], speaks with us about common chiropractic myths. Shawn also discusses his business, RRS Education, and how clinicians can stay up to date with cur…
 
Optometrist, Dr. Shirley Blanc (B.Sc., O.D.), talks with us about the relationship between concussion and visual dysfunction, including prevalence, signs and symptoms, and treatment strategies. Dr. Blanc highlights the difference between a Standard Eye Exam and a Neuro-optometric Assessment, and explains how you can have 20/20 vision post-concussio…
 
Dr. Dina Brooks (BScPT, MSc, PhD, Canada Research Chair in Rehabilitation For Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), talks with us about the benefits of exercise, both in heathy populations and in people with chronic diseases, addresses some common myths about exercise, and shares some of the research her team is currently doing in this area. 00:2…
 
"Shoulder special tests are not that special" "For the vast majority of [shoulder] conditions...its probably impossible to be certain exactly where the symptoms are coming from" We speak with Dr. Jeremy Lewis (PhD, FCSP, Consultant Physiotherapist, Professor of Musculoskeletal Research) about rotator cuff shoulder pain, including issues relating to…
 
Posture is important, but do we overemphasize its importance when it comes to injuries and pain? We speak with Dr. Greg Lehman (BKin, MSc, DC, MScPT) to explore when biomechanics and posture are important and when they're not. Greg also shares current research on the relationship between biomechanical factors and pain, challenging common beliefs of…
 
"I can't run, I have arthritis" "It hurts to bend forward because of my bulging disc" People are always blaming their pain on their medical imaging results, but how much do your x-ray and MRI findings actually correlate with your pain? We speak with physiotherapist, Dr. Bahram Jam, about common medical imaging results, their correlation with pain, …
 
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