Episode 53: The Lost Art: Rehabilitation and Training For The Performing Arts with Jacob Manley



It’s less common in the performing arts sphere to think about dancers and musicians as “athletes”; but physiology is physiology. We welcome onto the show, Jacob Manley, to discuss the nuance and special considerations when managing these athletes. This is a topic that has not been discussed on the podcast before, and Jacob brought some really interesting insight. In addition to being a Physical Therapist, Jacob is a graduate of Shenandoah University’s Performing Arts Medicine program where he studied to specialize in rehabilitation for dancers and musicians.

Follow or Contact Jacob on:
Instagram: @tmd_themovementdocs, @notarealdoctordeadlift
Email: jmanley@mypropt.com

And don’t forget that you if you email Jacob, he might be able to hook you up with Chobani coupons! ha!

Here is the research that we discussed on rehab and training for the performing arts:
1. The Relationship Between Muscular Strength and Dance Injuries: A Systematic Review
2. Physiological Fitness and Professional Classical Ballet Performance: A Brief Review
3. Resistance Training for Pediatric Female Dancers
4. The Dancer as a Performing Athlete

You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 52: Patellofemoral Pain: Clinical Practice Guidelines with Dr. Richard Willy (Part 2)



We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD for Part 2 of our interview! Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries.

In this episode (Part 2), we talk with Rich about the recent paper that he and his team had published, which is the current Clinical Practice Guidelines for Patellofemoral pain.

Here is the link to the paper we discussed (OPEN ACCESS):
https://www.jospt.org/doi/full/10.2519/jospt.2019.0302

Follow or Contact Rich on:
Twitter: @rwilly2003
Instagram: @montanarunninglab
Email: rich.willy@umontana.edu
ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2pSzG1H
Google Scholar: http://bit.ly/2pPUFCp

You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 51: Patellofemoral Pain: Clinical Practice Guidelines with Dr. Richard Willy (Part 1)



We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD. Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries.

In this episode (Part 1), we talk with Rich about the recent paper that he and his team had published, which is the current Clinical Practice Guidelines for Patellofemoral pain. There are so many gems in this one, so we hope you enjoy it!

Here is the link to the paper we discussed (OPEN ACCESS):
https://www.jospt.org/doi/full/10.2519/jospt.2019.0302

Follow or Contact Rich on:
Twitter: @rwilly2003
Instagram: @montanarunninglab
Email: rich.willy@umontana.edu
ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2pSzG1H
Google Scholar: http://bit.ly/2pPUFCp
You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!
https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 50: Kickass Rehab For Female Athletes with Ellie Somers, DPT



We welcome onto the show, Ellie Somers, DPT. Ellie is the owner and head SheWolf for Sisu Sports Performance & PT in Seattle, WA, where she works to foster female athlete development before, during, and after injury.
On this episode, we talk with Ellie about those very things – how to get female athletes comfortable with lifting, special considerations when managing the rehab or training of the female athlete, and a lot more. Enjoy the show!

Follow Ellie on IG: @drelliesomers and @sisu.seattle

Ellie’s website: www.sisuseattle.com

Ellie’s email: ellie@sisuseattle.com

You can find other resources on athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!


Episode 49: Case Study: Powerlifter with Hip Pain



We’re back with the first installment of our case study series! In this episode, we discuss an athlete of John Flagg, who’s been dealing with hip pain during back squatting. We talk about how they managed the injury, in order to get the athlete back to performance!

Want to learn more about training and treating Barbell athletes?

You can find resources posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, inside of the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our Barbell courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 48: Training & Treatment of The Barbell Athlete



The ClinicalAthlete crew is back! In this episode, we tackle the training and treatment needs of Barbell athletes. What are the key principles for sustainable training? How can the lifter be involved in the training process? How do we best manage injuries with these athletes, and what should clinicians be focusing on? We discuss these things and more!

Want to learn more about training and treating Barbell athletes?

You can find resources posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, within the ClinicalAthlete Forum, at our Barbell courses, and through ClinicalAthlete Coaching!

https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 47: Student Series: Staying Up To Date on The Literature with Nate Wong, SPT



Keeping up with all the research that comes out can be a daunting task. What are some useful strategies to help? How do we make the information “stick”? Is it normal to feel overwhelmed or to have trouble retaining what you read? Is social media a good thing for education? We discuss these things and more with input from a student’s perspective, with student Physical Therapist Nate Wong!

For other students wanting to connect with Nate:
Instagram: @thatonedood7
Twitter: @alliseeisgolf

Here are some resources to search for research:
CINAHL
PubMed
Google Scholar
ResearchGate

You can also find research for athlete health and performance posted on the ClinicalAthlete website for free, and within the ClinicalAthlete Forum!
https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 46: Reconditioning The Injured Athlete: Principles > Methods with Jarred Boyd



Why is it important to understand rehab and training principles rather than memorizing methods? What are the important principles, and how do we implement them during the rehab process? We discuss these things and much more with Physical Therapist and Strength & Conditioning coach Jarred Boyd.

Follow Jarred Boyd on Instagram: @dr.jfitboyd

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 45: Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science with Greg Lehman



Awareness of the ‘science of pain’ seems to have increased over the last several years (a good thing!). With the understanding that “psychosocial” factors may play a role in the experience of pain, what role does biomechanics play? Do biomechanics matter in terms of managing the pain experience for our athletes? If so, how and when? We discuss these things and more with internationally recognized clinician and educator, Greg Lehman.

Check out Greg’s website for FREE educational downloads, awesome blogs, and his course schedule: http://www.greglehman.ca/

Follow Greg on Twitter: @greglehman
Follow Greg on Instagram: @greglehman

Follow Greg on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gregory.lehman1


Episode 44: Injuries in Powerlifting: Crunching The Numbers with Andrew Patton



How prevalent are injuries in powerlifting? Is there a difference between male and female? Does having a pre-existing training limitation increase your risk of injury? Are there other risk factors to consider? We ask these questions and discuss the answers with PhD candidate Andrew Patton, as he dissects his longitudinal study on powerlifting injures.

Follow Andrew Patton on Twitter: @anpatt7
Follow Andrew Patton on Instagram: @theapg7

Links to the articles we discussed in the show:
Part 1: http://bit.ly/2Z5cDAt
Part 2: http://bit.ly/2MnLcMi

Learn more about the ClinicalAthlete Community:
https://www.clinicalathlete.com