The Shoulder Physio Podcast

The Shoulder Physio Podcast

Hosted by: Jared Powell

The Shoulder Physio Podcast is a podcast dedicated to exploring meaningful topics in musculoskeletal health care.

Episodes

#19 Scapula Dyskinesis; do we need to fix it? - with Filip Struyf

Season #2

In this podcast, I discuss the scapula with Filip Struyf, PhD. Filip is a former guest on the show (episode 2) and I've pulled him back on the podcast to tackle the hard problems as they relate to the scapula....
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#18 Is feeling stiffness actually related to joint stiffness? With Tasha Stanton

Season #2

Feeling stiff is a familiar feeling for all of us. But does feeling stiff mean our joints are actually stiff? Or is there more to it. Tasha Stanton PhD is a clinical neuroscientist who has performed research directly...
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#17 Nordics debate - with Prof's Franco Impellizzeri & Kristian Thorborg

Season #2

The Nordic hamstring exercise has enjoyed mostly good press with respect to injury prevention effectiveness. That is until recently. Professor's Franco Impellizzeri and Kristian Thorborg kindly and clearly join me in...
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#16 The science of cause and effect - with Connor Gleadhill

Season #2

I am joined by Connor Gleadhill to discuss causal inference. Connor is a PhD candidate exploring causal inference and is someone who speaks fluently about complex topics (must be the smooth Irish accent!). Causal...
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#15 The biopsychosocial model - with Ben Cormack

Season #1

The biopsychosocial model is ubiquitous in modern health care but what is it at its core? Is it accurately described and used in research and clinical practice? To help make headway into these questions and more, I'm...
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#14 Cognitive biases in physiotherapy – with Jarrod Hall

Season #1

Cognitive biases are as much of a problem as they are fundamental to the human condition. They exist, but can we mitigate them? What common cognitive biases afflict health care? Jarod and Jared shoot the s**t around...
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#13 The Envelope of Function - with Scot Morrison

Season #1

In this episode I am joined by Scot Morrison to discuss the envelope of function model, as proposed by Scott Dye in the 1990s. The envelope of function has gained increasing acceptance over the past decade and I...
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#12 Low back pain – with Peter O’Sullivan

Season #1

Evidence changes and so should our beliefs. Peter O'Sullivan details his own radical change in beliefs and research agenda when it comes to low back pain and talks us through what instigated this about-face. Key...
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#11 Lifting technique and low back pain – Debate between Greg Lehman and Andrew Lock

Season #1

In this episode I am joined by Greg Lehman and Andrew Lock to discuss lifting technique/mechanics and it's relevance to low back pain/injury. The research in this area is inconclusive so I've brought Greg and Andrew...
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#10 How can you live well with chronic pain? - with Bronnie Thompson

Season #1

Pain is common and vital for survival. Chronic pain, though, is less vital and can significantly impact on the quality of life. Bronnie Thompson, PhD, believes it is possible to lead a fulfilled life in the presence...
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#9 Shoulder Impingement - with Jared Powell

Season #1

I had a conversation with the wonderful team at E3 rehab about the fuzzy and entrenched diagnostic label that is shoulder impingement. Over the 1 hour episode we discuss the history, inaccuracies and potential...
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#8 Predictive processing – does it have value in physical therapy? With Abby Tabor

Season #1

In this episode I talk to Abby Tabor, PhD, on the interesting topic of predictive processing and how it may relate to understanding and explaining pain. Abby is a physiotherapist who has gone on to become a prolific...
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