Episode 43: Pain: Moving Beyond The BioPsychoSocial Model



The biopsychosocial model is currently the gold standard with which we understand pain. However, are there limitations? Is it being misinterpreted? How can we continue to improve upon it, and further our understanding of the complexity of pain?
In this episode, we are joined by pain researchers Peter Stilwell and Katherine Harman, to discuss their recent paper, titled: “An Enactive Approach To Pain: Beyond The Biopsychosocial Model”. This was a thought provoking discussion about the questions above, and much more.

Here is Peter and Katherine’s paper: http://bit.ly/2GHa4tO
Here is a free (view only) version: http://bit.ly/2Ztg5BV

Peter’s Twitter: @Peter_Stilwell
Peter’s website: www.drpeterstilwell.com
Peter’s Google Scholar citations: http://bit.ly/2KiNA3s
Peter’s ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2OylW7U

Katherine’s Twitter: @KatherineHarman
Katherine’s ResearchGate: http://bit.ly/31a4ZlG

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Episode 42: The Rise of the Masters Athlete: Redefining what it means to be “older” with Christina Prevett



Is training and rehab for our Masters athletes really that much different? What are the common misconceptions and legitimate considerations when working with our older athletes? We welcome Christina Prevett, MScPT, PhD(c) onto the show to discuss these topics and more!

Follow Christina on Instagram:
@christina_prevett
@staveoff
@themastersathletecollective

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Episode 41: Treating & Training The Endurance Athlete with Danielle Adler Kroot



What are the important first steps for the beginner endurance athlete? How much do running biomechanics matter for performance and injury? How does one go about educating the hard-charging endurance athlete on altering their habits? We discuss these things and much more with Physical Therapist and endurance athlete Danielle Adler Kroot.

Follow Danielle on Instagram @runfitdoc

Check out Danielle’s website:
https://startinglinephysicaltherapy.com/

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Episode 40: Overhead Lifting For Athletes with Marcos Soriano



Are weightlifting overhead derivatives useful for athletes who are not competitive weightlifters? What do we really mean when we say force output, rate of force, and impulse of force? Can the push press and jerk carry over to our ability to jump? Is there an argument for the use over overhead derivatives versus the bench press for upper body strength in athletes? We discuss these things and more with sports scientist Marcos Soriano.

Follow Marcos:
Instagram: @marcos_soriano1991
Twitter: @marcosasoriano1

Marcos’ website:
www.thefitnessgate.com

Marcos’ ResearchGate Page:
http://bit.ly/marcosresearch

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Episode 39: Cardiopulmonary Considerations in Orthopedic Rehabilitation with Rich Severin



Why are vitals vital? Do orthopedic clinicians do an adequate job of screening the cardiovascular system? How can we do better? What does “breathing dysfunction” really mean, and what do we do about it? We discuss these things and more with Physical Therapist and researcher Richard Severin.

Follow Rich:
Instagram: @pt_reviewer
Twitter: @ptreviewer

PT Reviewer Website:
https://ptreviewer.com/

Rich’s ResearchGate Page:
http://bit.ly/richresearch

CardioPulmonary Videos discussed in the show:
http://bit.ly/30HoNxo

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Episode 38: The Nordic Hamstring Curl, Screening, and Injury Risk: What We Know with Dr. Nicol van Dyk



What does the current evidence tell us about the effects of Nordic Hamstring Curl on injury rates? What does injury “prevention” really mean, and what factors should we consider to decrease risk? We discuss these things and much more with clinical researcher Dr. Nicol van Dyk.

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

Follow Nicol on Twitter:
@nicolvandyk

Nicol’s recent paper on the Nordic hamstring curl
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/02/26/bjsports-2018-100045

Nicol’s Google Scholar citation page:
http://bit.ly/2vbIa3j

Nicol’s ResearchGate page:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicol_Van_Dyk/research
Nicol’s paper on screening:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29643091
Roald Bahr’s paper on screening:
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/50/13/776
Nicol’s Power BI tool to assess the influence of each study on the evidence of nordic hamstring curls: http://bit.ly/2IviOoD

Recent papers on using systematic reviews to guide practice:
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/04/08/bjsports-2018-099958
https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2019/04/08/bjsports-2018-099959


Episode 37: Using Emerging Strategies in Powerlifting Programming with Mike Tuchscherer (Part 2)



How do we minimize assumptions and simplify the powerlifting programming process? How do we maximize progress for the individual? How can we minimize uncertainty when peaking for competition? What does “fatigue” actually mean? We discuss these things and more with powerlifting coach and elite powerlifter Mike Tuchscherer.

Follow Mike and RTS on Instagram:
@miketuchscherer
@reactivetrainingsystems

Learn more about RTS training & free training tools:
https://www.reactivetrainingsystems.com/

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Episode 36: Using Emerging Strategies in Powerlifting Programming with Mike Tuchscherer (Part 1)



How do we minimize assumptions and simplify the powerlifting programming process? How do we maximize progress for the individual? How can we minimize uncertainty when peaking for competition? What does “fatigue” actually mean? We discuss these things and more with powerlifting coach and elite powerlifter Mike Tuchscherer.

Follow Mike and RTS on Instagram:
@miketuchscherer
@reactivetrainingsystems

Learn more about RTS training & free training tools:
https://www.reactivetrainingsystems.com/

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https://www.clinicalathlete.com


Episode 35: Knee Function & Strength Differences Between Young Athletes Who Return to Prior Level and Those That Don’t after ACLR, with Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD.



Do young athletes who return to prior level of sport after ACLR have better knee function and strength when they are cleared, compared to young athletes who end up with a second ACL tear or don’t make it back to prior level? The answer might surprise you..

What other factors should we be looking at for return to sport testing in athletes after ACLR? Researcher and clinician Matt Ithurburn, PT, PhD came onto the show to discuss these topics and more!

Follow Matt on Twitter:
@mattithurburnPT

Link to Matt’s paper discussed:
https://goo.gl/47GatD

Matt’s Google Scolar citations:
https://goo.gl/h441kC

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Episode 34: Powerlifting Coaching: A Constraints-Led Approach with Kevin Cann (Part 2)



How do we incorporate dynamical systems theory into powerlifting? Are common practices like structured training blocks and planned deload weeks the best approach? How can we modify training variables to address limitations and improve lifting performance? How are injuries best managed in this system? We discuss these topics and much more with powerlifting coach, Kevin Cann.

Follow Kevin on Instagram:
@kwcann
@precision_powerlifting_systems

Learn more about Precision Powerlifting Systems:
www.precisionpowerlifting.wordpress.com

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www.clinicalathlete.com