STA95: Sleep Awareness Month Pt1 - ’Sleep: The Silent Epidemic’with guest Jesse Cook
It's 'SLEEP AWARENESS MONTH' on the Sports Therapy Association Videocast & Podcast! Because SLEEP is such a massively important topic, this month's episodes are being recorded LIVE on not just the STA YouTube Channel but also Runchatlive Facebook Page!
- APRIL 5th - 'Sleep: The Silent Epidemic' with Jesse Cook, Clinical Psychology PhD Student and Sleep Researcher
- APRIL 12th - 'Sleep Trackers' with Dr Olivia Walch, CEO of Arcascope, PhD Applied Mathematics.
- APRIL 19th - 'Sleep: Injury & Performance' with Dr Jonathan Charest, Director of Athlete Sleep Service at Centre For Sleep & Human Performance
- APRIL 26th - 'In-Home Polysomnogram' with Dr Amy M. Bender, Director of Clinical Sleep Science at Cerebra, including results of my 30 night Sleep study! Amy was my guest in August 2021 in Ep63 ‘How Sleep Affects Sports And Fitness’.
Feel free to join us LIVE on Tuesdays throughout April at 8pm (GMT+1)!
STA94 'Recognising Rheumatology' with special guest Jack March
In the final part of this month's 'Focus on CPD', we welcome special guest Jack March of www.rheumatology.physio. Jack is Clinical Lead for the Rheumatology service delivered by Chews Health, and one of the voices behind The Physio Matters Podcast.
In this live hour, Jack talks to us about his 'Recognising Rheumatology' CPD courses, designed to help soft tissue therapists recognise symptoms and signs of rheumatologic conditions in clinical practice.
This is of huge importance because, as Jack explains, these sympoms often 'masquerade' as the type of lower back pain which most therapists and patients will be sorted via massage and manual therapy and as a result can go undiagnosed for years delaying important disease-modifying treatment.
Jack's website https://rheumatology.physio/ includes blogs, details of courses and the highly recommended Recognising Rheumatology Audio Book.
The next courses Jack has coming up are:
- ONLINE - Recognising Rheumatology (half day): 12/April
- BIRMINGHAM - Recognising Rheumatology (full day): 07/May
- EXETER - Recognising Rheumatology (full day): 09/July
STA93 CPD Focus: ’Active Kids are not Mini Adults’ with special guest Angela Jackson
And so we arrive at the fourth episode in this month's 'Focus on CPD' on the Sports Therapy Association Podcast. For this show entitled 'Active Kids are not Mini Adults' we bring you Angela Jackson, a physiotherapist on a mission to stop the pain and frustration that can happen in youth sport when an athlete develops an injury that with the right education could have been avoided.
Angela has worked in the NHS, privately and with sporting teams and youth athletes across all levels sharing her expertise in understanding all aspects of youth athlete development. For 15 years she has been the Physiotherapist and Strength and Conditioning Consultant for Cheshire Cricket Board supporting the Emerging Player Programme, their coach education programme and providing workshops for parents and athletes on injury prevention and performance. She has also created coaching resources for the England & Wales Cricket Board Coaching Association “Wings to Fly” programme.
Anglea has created a series of courses “Active kids are not mini adults” and “Low back
Pain in Younger Athletes” for fellow health professionals available through her website angelajacksonphysio.com/
STA92 CPD Focus: 'Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science' with special guest Greg Lehman
The third episode in this month's focus on CPD brings you a special guest whose course 'Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science' has been taught in more than 30 countries across 5 continents - the one & only Gregory Lehman.
'Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science' is a practical course designed to provide therapists with a simplified yet strongly evidenced based biomechanical approach to injury & pain management that allows the development of skills that address all areas of the biopsychosocial contributors to the pain experience.
It teaches an alternative to the kinesiopathological model of pain & injury but still tries to answer when biomechanics matters. 'Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science' is coming to Cork, Ireland on Apr 2nd & 3rd 2022 at Pilates Physio Cork. Full details can be found at https://www.tickettailor.com/events/reconcilingbiomechanicswithpainscience/590774
STA91 'Focus on CPD Part 2: 'Lower Limb Tendinopathy' with guest Dr Peter Malliaras
Our March focus on up & coming CPD opportunities (Continuing Professional Development) happening in the UK this March and April continues, with the aim of introducing approaches, ideas and techniques that could potentially help you, the soft tissue therapist, manage your learning and growth.
In this episode, we are honoured to be joined by special guest Dr Peter Malliaras, who is bringing his internationally acclaimed 'Mastering Lower Limb Tendinopathy' course' (5th edition) to the UK this March:
STA90 'Focus on CPD Part 1: 'Dermoneuromodulation' with Mike Grice and Daniel Williams
In March on the Sports Therapy Association Videocast & Podcast, our weekly focus will be on up & coming CPD (Continuing Professional Development), with the aim of introducing approaches, ideas and techniques that could potentially help you, the soft tissue therapist, manage your learning and growth.
We start off with an episode discussing the two part 'Dermoneuromodulation' (DNM) course coming to the UK, being delivered in both Birmingham and Exeter in March and June (dates down below).