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TSP011: Health Business Success with Paul Wright (Part 2)

2013-02-26
Length: 28s

In This Episode

In Part 2 of this episode of the podcast I continue the interview with Paul Wright, and we discuss:

The 4 most successful and easy to implement external marketing strategies How to overcome barriers to implementing these successful strategies 5 of Paul's business failures and what he learnt from them Why it's important not to be boring and vanilla Load of tips and tricks for health business success

Paul discusses some great information that can improve how you run your health business – so that you get better results for your patients! I hope that you love it!

Get More From Paul Health Business Success PhysioProfessor Discussed In This Podcast Jay Abraham and pre-eminence (see the short video below for the gist) The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords (Ultimate Series) by Perry Marshall …

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TSP010: Health Business Success with Paul Wright (Part 1)

2013-01-29
Length: 45s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Paul Wright. Paul Wright is a physiotherapist and business consultant. He graduated from his first degree, as a Physical Education teacher, in 1987 and then graduated as a physiotherapist in 1990. He has also completed an Advanced Diploma in Business Management.

Paul has opened multiple multi-disciplinary health clinic and has been actively involved in clinical education around the world having lectured to over 20,000 health professionals. His lecture topics have included exercise program design, injury prevention, rehabilitation and business development. In part 1 of the interview we discuss:

His physiotherapy and business career pathway The 3 biggest mistakes physiotherapists make in their businesses Some principles for hiring and firing staff Effective, easy and actionable internal marketing systems you can implement tomorrow.

Paul discusses some great information that can improve how you run your health business – so that you get better results for your patients! I hope that you love it!

Get More From Paul

Health Business Success PhysioProfessor Discussed In This Podcast Jay Abraham and pre-eminence The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords (Ultimate Series) by Perry Marshall

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TSP009: Footwear Prescription for Running with Trent Salkavich

2012-03-20
Length: 33s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Trent Salkavich. Trent is a sports podiatrist director of SportsPodiatrists.com  and consults from Sydney Sports Medicine Centre, Balmain Sports Medicine and Sydney Sports Med Specialists. He is currently the consulting podiatrist for:

Australian Defence Force Academy Barracks Sydney Apia (formally known as the Medibank) International Tennis Tournament NSWIS/AIS Tennis players Various AUS/NSW Institute of Sport - athletes Austrlian Wallabies 2011 World cup team

Trent has considerable experience working with elite level athletes and also integrating with other members of the allied health team including sports physiotherapists. In the interview we discuss:

His career pathway A quick foot and biomechanical assessment The use of the Foot Posture Index The most common biomechanical faults he sees in elite level athletes What he recommends when it comes to footwear Where he weighs in on the Barefoot Running Debate

Trent discusses some epic information that can improve your assessment, management and injury prevention of the elite level running athlete. I hope that you love it: ok, enough stalling and enjoy the episode!

Remember: want to advertise your clinic and win a free liftetime listing on The Sports Physiotherapist Directory? Email directory@thesportsphysiotherapist.com and tell me in 25 words or less why I should pick your clinic. Good luck!

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TSP008: LARS/ACL Reconstruction with Jonathan Mulford

2011-10-20
Length: 29s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Jonathan Mulford. Dr Mulford is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in all aspects of knee surgery. He graduated from the University of Tasmania with Honours in 1995, and completed his orthopaedic training in Sydney in 2005. In addition to his clinical work he has a strong interest in clinical research, and has just authored a systematic review on the use of the LARS ligament. In the interview we discuss:

His career pathway The results of his research on the LARS How he feels LARS should be utilised and the implications for clinical practice Rehabilitation following the LARS and other grafts for ACL Reconstruction Gauging return to play readiness in late stage ACL reconstruction athletes Jonathan's Top 5 tips for successful prevention and management of groin pathology

Jonathan discusses some great information that can improve your assessment, management and prevention of the athlete's following ACL reconstructions. I hope that you love it: ok, enough faffing and enjoy the show!

Research Discussed In This Episode

The PEP Program

Example LARS Rehabilitation Program

Gilchrist J, Mandelbaum BR, Melancon H, Ryan GW, Silver HJ, Griffin LY, Watanabe DS, Dick RW, Dvorak J. A randomised controlled trial to prevent noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injury in female collegiate soccer players. Am J Sports Med 2008;36(8):1476-1483.

Myer GD, Schmitt LC, Brent JL, Ford KR, Foss KDB, Scherer BJ, Heidt RS, Divine JG, Hewett TE. Utilization of modified NFL combine testing to identify functional deficits in athletes following ACL reconstruction. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2011;41(6):377-387.

Mulford JS, Chen D. The ligament advanced reinforcement system ligament for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: what's all the fuss about? A systematic review of polyethylene terephthalate grafts. ANZ J Surg 2011

Support Our Sponsors

Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, this month they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Click here to check it out. 

 

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TSP007: Preventing Groin Injuries with Jeff Boyle

2011-09-30
Length: 50s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Jeff Boyle. Dr Jeffrey Boyle is the Principal Physiotherapist at the Fremantle Dockers Football Club. Jeff is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists  in 2009) as well as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Additionally Jeff is an Adjunct Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Western Australia. In the interview we discuss:

His career pathway Working with the AFL A day in the life of an AFL Physiotherapist The muscle imbalances that contribute to groin pathology Clinical tips of assessment and treatment to prevent and manage groin pathology Jeff’s Top 5 tips for successful prevention and management of groin pathology

Jeff discusses some great information that can improve your assessment, management and prevention of the athlete’s groin injuries. I hope that you love it! Enough talk up and just listen!

Research Discussed In This Episode

Boyle JJW, Withers K, Singer KP. Prevention of groin injuries in the elite Australian Rules footballer: An eight year clinical perspective. Manuelle Therapie 2008; 12:1-5.

Cusi M, Saunders J, Hungerford B, Wisbey-Roth T, Lucas P, Wilson S. The use of prolotherapy in the sacroiliac joint. Br J Sports Med 2010;44:100-104.

Grimaldi, A. Assessing lateral stability of the hip and pelvis. Manual Therapy 2011: 16(1); 26-32.

Orchard, John and Seward, Hugh. Injury Report 2009: Australian Football League [online]. Sport Health, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2010 Winter: 10-19

Silvis ML, Mosher TJ, Smetana BS. Chinchilli VM, Flemming DJ, Walker EA, Black KP. High Prevalence of pelvic and hip magnetic resonance imaging findings in asymptomatic collegiate and professional hockey players. Am J Sports Med 2011:39(4);715-721.

Stewart S, Stanton W, Wilson S, Hides J. Consistency in size and asymmetry of the psoas major muscle among elite footballers. Br J Sports Med 2010;44:1173-1177.

Thorborg K, Serner A, Petersen J, Moller Madsen T, Magnusson P, Holmich P. Hip adduction and abduction strength profiles in elite soccer players implications for clinical evaluation of hip adductor muscle recovery after injury. Am J Sports Med 2011:39(1):121-126.

Support Our Sponsors

Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, this month they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Click here to check it out

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TSP 006: Sports Psychology with Paul Penna

2011-08-02
Length: 26s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Paul Penna. Paul Penna is a Sports Psychologist, and has extensive experience working with athletes from weekend warriors to elite sportspeople. Paul has worked with the Beijing Olympic Team, Melbourne Commonwealth Games, and currently the Australian Swim Team, Cricket NSW, and Wests Tigers Rugby League Club. In the interview we discuss:

His career pathway The psychological impact of sports injury How sports physiotherapists can evaluate an athlete's psychological function The indicators of poor psychological functioning When and why to refer an athlete to a sports psychologist Paul's Top 5 tips for successful psychological management of athletes

Paul discusses some great information that can improve your assessment of the athlete's psychological function and ultimately improve your management of your injured athletes. I hope that you love it!

Support Our Sponsors: Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, in August they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS, visit http://www.thesportsphysiotherapist.com/ClinicalEdge to take advantage of this offer. 

 

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TSP005: The Throwing Shoulder with Rod Whiteley

2011-06-21
Length: 33s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Rod Whiteley. Dr Rod Whiteley (FACP) is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, and has extensive experience working with elite sportspeople and has consulted with the Australian Baseball Federation and the Australian Institute of Sport. He is widely published in peer review journals on the topic of the throwing shoulder. In the interview we discuss :

His career pathway The important components of the subjective examination The important components of the objective examination Biomechanical contributors to shoulder pathology The most effective managment and treatment strategies Where some physio's seem to struggle with shoulders Rod's Top 5 tips for successful management of the throwing shoulder

Rod discusses some great information that can improve your clinical reasoning, your physiotherapy interventions and ultimately improve your management of athletes of shoulder injuries. I hope that you love it!

Support our sponsors: Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, in June/July they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Visit: http://www.thesportsphysiotherapist.com/ClinicalEdge

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TSP 004: Mobilisation with Movement with Bill Vicenzino

2011-05-17
Length: 25s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Bill Vicenzino. Bill Vicenzino is a Professor from the University of Queensland, and is the Chair in Sports Physiotherapy. He is widely published in peer review journals and is the lead author of a new textbook entitled "Mobilisation with Movement: The Art and The Science". In the interview we discuss :

His career pathway The evidence for MWM In what conditions you should consider the use of MWM's A decision making model for MWM How MWM's work - from Brian Mulligan's postional fault hypothesis to neuroscience paradigms Bill’s Top 5 tips for successful implementation of an MWM approach

Bill discusses some great information that can improve your clinical reasoning, your physiotherapy interventions and ultimately improve your management of a variety of patients through MWM's. I hope that you love it!

Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible, Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, in May they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Visit http://www.thesportsphysiotherapist.com/ClinicalEdge to check it out. 

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TSP 003: Achilles Tendinopathy with Karim Khan

2011-04-20
Length: 39s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Karim Khan. Karim Khan is a Professor from the University of British Columbia, and is the editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine. He has worked with a number of sports at an elite level, as a sports physician, and is well published on the topic of Achilles tendinopathy management. In the interview we discuss :

His career pathway Important Components of the Subjective and Objective Assessment The role of imaging The sources of pain in Achilles Tendinopathy Evidence based physiotherapy management of Achilles Tendinopathy The role of other adjunctive therapies - NSAIDs, injections Karim’s Top 5 tips for successful management of Achilles tendinopathy

Karim discusses some great information that can improve your clinical reasoning, your physiotherapy interventions and ultimately improve your management of Achilles tendinopathy. I hope that you love it!

SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, in April they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Click here to check it out.

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TSP 002 : Dynamic Tape and Product Invention with Ryan Kendrick

2011-04-03
Length: 33s

In this episode of the podcast I interview Ryan Kendrick. Ryan is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, and is the inventor of both posture pals and dynamic tape. He has worked with various sports at an elite level, including elite tennis and Commonwealth Games athletes, and has drawn on this experience when developing his physiotherapy products. In the interview we discuss :

His career pathway The uses and indications for “Dynamic Tape” How the dynamic tape fits in the taping spectrum; including Kinesio and rigid. The clinical presentations in which Dynamic Tape is most effective The process of developing a health care product Ryan’s Top 5 tips for successful health product development

Ryan discusses some great information that can improve your interventions, add to the tools in your toolbox, and ultimately improve your outcomes. I hope that you love it!

For more information on the dynamic tape please visit: http://www.thesportsphysiotherapist.com/dynamictape. Please note Ryan has not paid anything to be featured on the podcast, nor do I receive any financial reimbursements - it is just a great physiotherapy product. 

SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Additionally, I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make the production and delivery of the podcast to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, in April they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS

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TSP 001 : Introduction and Elite Sports Physiotherapy with James Sutherland

2011-03-20
Length: 26s

TSP001: In this Episode

Given that this is the first episode, I discuss the goals of the podcast and how I want it to impact on your clinical practice. Additionally, I interview James Sutherland, who is an APA Sports Physiotherapist, the practice principal of Balmain Sports Physiotherapy and the current team physiotherapist for the Australian Wallabies Rugby Union Team.

In the interview James and I discuss:

His career pathway to becoming the Wallabies physio An average day on tour with the Wallabies What is involved in game day coverage How to successfully integrate with a multidisciplinary team James’ Top 5 tips for sports physiotherapy success

He gives some great inspiring advice for any wanting to succeed as a sports physiotherapist. I hope that you love it!

SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: I would like to thank the sponsors of the podcast, who make production and delivery to you possible: Clinical Edge. Clinical Edge delivers online and face-to-face professional development courses for physiotherapists. Kindly, this month they have offered 20% of the first month of an eLearning memberships if you use the coupon code SPORTS. Click here to check it out.

 

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