Ep.59 'The Pain-Free Mindset' with special guest Dr.Deepak Ravindran
In Ep.59 of the Sports Therapy Association Podcast, we are honoured to be joined by special guest Dr Deepak Ravindran, a consultant in pain medicine at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and clinical lead for specialist pain services for all of West Berkshire since 2015.
Ep.58 'Exercise Prescription Software' with guest Tim Allardyce
In Ep.58 of the Sports Therapy Association Podcast, our special guest is Tim Allardyce, Clinical Director & Founder of Rehab My Patient.
Exercise Prescription Software (EPS) can be a hugely valuable tool in clinic, but with many different systems out there choosing one which will work in your clinic can be very challenging.
Ep.57 'CPD: Past & Future' with special guest Mike James
Ep.56 'Back Pain Special' with guest Rob Beaven
Lower back pain is an extremely common condition, and although there are many resources out there designed to provide sufferers with relief, help or clarity, much of the advice is far from evidence informed. In Ep.56 of the Sports Therapy Association Podcast, our special guest is Rob Beaven, chiropractor and co-host of The Back Pain Podcast.
Ep.55 'Over 60s Resistance Training' with guest Chris Tiley
Many of us are aware of the multiple benefits of strength training, but how confident are we using it with older patients/clients? How skilled are we in adapting strength training around disability and injury?
In Ep.55 of the Sports Therapy Association Podcast, host Matt Phillips of Runchatlive chats with special guest Chris Tiley, creator of nevertoooldtolift.com. Chris has worked in hospitals in both the UK and Canada, in rehabilitation units and with Sports teams including British Parasnowsport.
Ep.54 'Endometriosis Special' with guest Deborah Thurlow-Rowley
In Ep.54 of the Sports Therapy Association Podcast, host Matt Phillips of Runchatlive chats with special guest Deborah Thurlow-Rowley of the Bedfordshire Support Group for Endometriosis UK. Around 1.5 million women in the UK are currently living with Endometriosis, a chronic and often debilitating condition that can cause painful or heavy periods, and may also lead to infertility, fatigue and bowel & bladder problems. Because endometriosis manifests itself in a variety of ways and shares symptoms with other conditions, diagnosis can be difficult and often delayed.