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The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast

English, Health / Medicine, 1 seasons, 46 episodes, 1 day 9 hours 55 minutes
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The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, hosted by Mike Reinold, features interviews with established and emerging leaders in the field of sports physical therapy and performance training. Stay current by combining recent evidence, clinical experience, and career advice from some of the leading experts in sports medicine.
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Arthrogenic Muscle Inhibition with Dave Sherman - Episode 46

Persistent weakness and lack of volitional muscle control are huge problems after injury and surgery. It’s not uncommon after major surgeries, like ACL reconstruction, to have chronic weakness and asymmetry in strength.In this episode, I talk to Dave Sherman about a recent research study he published looking at why this may happen, and then what we can do about it as clinicians.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/arthrogenic-muscle-inhibition-with-dave-sherman----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?Enrollment in my Champion Performance Specialist program is opening soon.   We only open the doors to new cohorts twice per year.  Click here to learn how
20/02/202433 minutes 24 seconds
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Return to Sport with Pete Draovitch - Episode 45

Return to sport has been a hot topic in sports medicine recently. Studies continue to show that reinjury rates can be high, and athletes do not always return to previous levels of performance.In this episode, I talk with Pete Draovitch of the Jacksonville Jaguars about his approach to return to sport, which he has published and calls the Return to Sport Clearance Continuum.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/return-to-sport-with-pete-draovitch----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?Enrollment in my Champion Performance Specialist program is opening soon.   We only open the doors to new cohorts twice per year.  Click here to learn how to join the pre-sale VIP list to
30/01/202444 minutes 42 seconds
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Patellar Tendinopathy with Dan Pope - Episode 44

Our understanding of tendinopathies continues to evolve. Once seen as an inflammatory process that was challenging to treat and resolve, we’re now understanding more of the biological process behind tendinopathies.As our understanding of the biological process improves, so does our treatment approach.In this episode, I’m joined by Dan Pope to discuss the current concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of patellar tendinopathy.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/patellar-tendinopathy-with-dan-pope Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission
09/01/202445 minutes 51 seconds
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Multiligament Knee Injuries with Jill Monson - Episode 43

Multiligament knee injuries are complex injuries that must be addressed with a comprehensive diagnostic workup, surgical procedure, and postoperative treatment plan.In this episode, I talk with Jill Monson about her experience with this complex cases.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/multiligament-knee-injuries-with-jill-monson Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out my blog, p
12/12/202358 minutes 25 seconds
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Nonarthritic Hip Pain with Keelan Enseki - Episode 42

Hip pain is common in athletes, especially in sports like ice hockey.Nonarthritic hip pain encompasses a variety of intra-articular diagnoses that are often seen in these athletes that are not related directly to osteoarthritis. These include dysplasia, bony changes, femoroacetabular impingement, labral tears, and more.A recent clinical practice guideline on this topic was published in JOSPT to help guide us. In this episode, I talk to the lead author, Keelan Enseki, about the findings of the CPG.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/nonarthritic-hip-pain-with-keelan-enseki Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may rec
28/11/202350 minutes 39 seconds
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Testing the Athletic Shoulder with Ben Ashworth - Episode 41

Standardized testing is commonly performed in the health and performance world to determine baselines, monitor performance, or help return an athlete to sport.The lower extremity has received most of the attention, but the ASH Test, or Athletic Shoulder Test, popularized by Ben Ashworth, is a great option for the upper extremity.In this episode, I talk to Ben about the ASH test and how to best use it for both rehabilitation and performance.Save on Ben's Online CoursesAlso, Ben was super gracious, and has a big discount for you on his new online courses on the testing and training of the athletic shoulder! Click the button here and be sure to use coupon code REINOLD at checkout!Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/testing-the-athletic-shoul
07/11/202348 minutes 56 seconds
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Running Injuries with Scott Greenberg - Episode 40

In this podcast episode, I’m joined by Scott Greenberg to discuss running injuries and how to get started working with running athletes.  Plus, we&apos;ll discuss some of the newer techniques Scott has been using, including the use of blood flow restriction training in this population.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/running-injuries-with-scott-greenberg Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https
26/09/202349 minutes 16 seconds
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Neurological Consequences on ACL Injuries with Terry Grindstaff - Episode 39

We know that after a lower extremity injury like an ACL tear, there are often joint-related symptoms such as swelling, loss of motion, and instability. But as we learn more about these injuries, there appear to be several neuromuscular consequences as well.In this episode, I talk to Terry Grindstaff from Creighton University about his research into these neuromuscular consequences after an ACL injury, and how this could impact our initial rehabilitation, return to sport progressions, and even long-term consequences years down the road.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/neurological-consequences-of-acl-injuries-with-terry-grindstaff----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?</
12/09/202344 minutes 35 seconds
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How to Read a Journal Article with Phil Page - Episode 38

There is a ton of research being published these days. Some good, some bad.In this podcast, I’m joined by Phil Page to discuss how clinicians can find quality research, read an article, and draw clinical implications.We’ll cover some great tips to ensure you are doing your best to stay current with the literature, but not thrown off in the wrong direction!Full Show Notes: https://mikereinold.com/how-to-read-a-journal-article-with-phil-page----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?Enrollment in my Champion Performance Specialist program is opening soon. &nbsp; We only open the doors to new cohorts twice per year.&nbsp; Click here to learn how to join the pre-sale VIP list to save $300 and enroll a w
22/08/202328 minutes 32 seconds
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Working with Hockey Players with Kevin Neeld - Episode 37

Each sport has it’s own unique considerations when it comes to performance enhancement and injury management. Ice hockey is one of the more unique sports, as skating is a lot different than the demands of field or court sports!On this episode, I’m joined by Kevin Neeld, the Head Performance Coach for the Boston Bruins, and one of the leading strength coaches when it comes to working with hockey players. We’re going to talk about the role of a strength coach in the NHL and some of the unique considerations when working with hockey players.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/working-with-hockey-players-with-kevin-neeld----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?Enrollment in my Champion Performance Specialist program is opening soon. &nbsp; We only open the doors to new cohorts twice per
08/08/202357 minutes 41 seconds
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Baseball Pitching Biomechanics with Glenn Fleisig - Episode 36

There is no doubt that Dr. Glenn Fleisig, from the American Sports Medicine Institute, has been the leading authority on baseball pitching biomechanics.He’s spent his entire career researching the science of baseball in an effort to reduce pitching injury rates.In the episode, we will dig deep into the last 30-plus years of his research to learn about baseball pitching injuries.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/baseball-pitching-biomechanics-with-glenn-fleisig----------Want to learn a complete system to help people restore, optimize, and enhance their performance?Enrollment in my Champion Performance Specialist program is opening soon. &nbsp; We only open the doors to new cohorts twice per year.&nbsp; <a href="https://mikereinold.com/performance-therapy-and-training-special
27/06/202352 minutes 57 seconds
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Golf Injuries and Performance with Mike Scaduto - Episode 35

Working with golfers is something that many physical therapists and fitness professionals enjoy and want to build a focus on in their practice.One of the things I’ve always found interesting when working with this population is how the body interacts and influences both stress and performance output through the kinetic chain.In this episode, I’m joined by Mike Scaduto to talk about golf injuries, how compensations in the body can influence the swing, and how this may impact both injuries and performance. Plus, we discuss some tips on collaborating with PGA professionals.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/golf-injuries-and-performance-with-mike-scaduto_____Save $200 Off Our Online Knee CourseLearn how to evaluate and treat the knee with my online knee course with Lenny Macr
13/06/202349 minutes 56 seconds
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Behind the Scenes of JOSPT with Clare Ardern - Episode 34

The Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, or JOSPT, is one of the most well-read and prestigious journals in our field. Clare Ardern, Editor-in-Chief of the journal, has done an amazing job.In this episode, she&apos;s going to share some exciting new things that JOSPT has been working on that I know you&apos;re going to love. Plus, we&apos;re going to take a peek behind the scenes of the editorial process of JOSPT, talk about her role as editor-in-chief, and she&apos;s even going to share some valuable advice for prospective authors on how to write the best manuscripts to increase your chances of publication.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/behind-the-scenes-of-jospt-with-clare-ardern_____Rehabilitation of the Fitness AthleteClick here
30/05/202327 minutes 10 seconds
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Hamstring Strains with Holly Silvers - Episode 33

Hamstring strains continue to be one of the most common injuries in sport. Despite all the attention placed on the prevent of hamstring strains, injury rates continue to rise.In this episode I am joined by Holly Silvers, who has extensive experience working with USA soccer and the MLS, as well as the NFL and MLB. We talk about why hamstring strains are so common and often recurrent, and some things we may be missing when it comes to prevention and rehabilitationFull show notes: https://mikereinold.com/hamstring-strains-with-holly-silvers Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href
16/05/202347 minutes 38 seconds
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Sprints and Training with Max Intent with Zach Dechant - Episode 32

When developing well-rounded athletes, it’s important not to overlook the qualities associated with training with maximum intent. This could be from sprints, jumps, medicine balls, and more.In this episode, I’m joined by Zach Dechant from TCU. We talk about training baseball athletes, setting the stage for athletic success, and using sprints and velocity work to train with max intent.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/sprints-and-training-with-max-intent-with-zach-dechant Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https://bit.ly/podcast-mike-reinold-website'
02/05/202345 minutes 39 seconds
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Managing Injury Risk and High Performance in Baseball with Chris Camp - Episode 31

As the game of baseball continues to evolve, so do the injury patterns we see. To stay ahead of the trends, it’s important to build a high performance team in professional sports.In today’s podcast, I talk to Dr. Chris Camp about the high performance team of the Minnesota Twins, mitigating injury risk, and future trends in baseball injuries.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/managing-injury-risk-and-high-performance-in-baseball-with-chris-camp Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https://bit.ly/po
18/04/202351 minutes 26 seconds
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Muscle Inhibition and Biofeedback with Russ Paine - Episode 30

Muscle inhibition is common after injury and surgery, and something that we always try to minimize.Is this episode, I’m joined by Russ Paine. We talk about why muscle inhibition occurs, what we can do to prevent this, and how to tackle it down the road for people with prolonged issues.If you want to get started with the mTrigger biofeedback device, don’t forget to head to https://mikereinold.com/mtrigger/ and use coupon code REINOLD for 10% off.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/muscle-inhibition-and-biofeedback-with-russ-paine Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Sup
04/04/202353 minutes 6 seconds
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Pelvic Health in Athletes with Amanda Olson - Episode 29

I’ve got to admit, pelvic health isn’t an area that I know a lot about. But I have often wondered if I was missing something in my athletes. So I really recommend that you become more aware of pelvic health issues and find someone in your area that you can refer patients to in the future.In this episode, I’m joined by Amanda Olson, a pelvic health physical therapist, to talk about some of the symptoms of pelvic health issues, signs that we can look out for as sport physical therapists, how to collaborate with specialists in your area, and working with postpartum patients that want to return back to the gym or their sport.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/pelvic-health-in-athletes-with-amanda-olson Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of
21/03/202332 minutes 3 seconds
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Program Design with Mike Robertson - Episode 28

Designing strength and conditioning programs can seem daunting at first. I firmly believe that to get the best outcomes, you need a sound system for how you write your training programs for both patients and athletes training with you.In this episode, I’m joined by Mike Robertson, who shares his program design system that he uses at his gym IFAST.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/program-design-with-mike-robertson Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out my blog, podcasts, and online courses Foll
07/03/202354 minutes 46 seconds
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Integrating Performance Training and Physical Therapy with Dan Lorenz - Episode 27

One of the areas of physical therapy that people tend to struggle with most is the later stages and return to sport progressions. Advanced strength and conditioning concepts are not commonly taught in physical therapy school, so are still and area that many PT’s can improve.In this episode, I talk with my friend Dan Lorenz about how to get started learning and applying the principles of strength and conditioning to our physical therapy practices.Plus, we talk at the end about blood flow restriction training and how we are both using BFR in our practices.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/integrating-performance-training-and-physical-therapy-with-dan-lorenz Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to l
21/02/202346 minutes 55 seconds
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Rotator Cuff Repair with Amee Seitz - Episode 26

Rotator cuff repairs may be one of the more common surgeries in orthopedic and sports physical therapy settings. Yet, there seems to be absolutely no consensus on what postoperative guidelines we should follow.On this episode, I’m joined by Amee Seitz from Northwestern University to discuss some of what we know about how fast or slow we should go after rotator cuff repair.Full Show Notes: https://mikereinold.com/rotator-cuff-repair-with-amee-seitz/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out my blog, podcasts, and online co
07/02/202340 minutes 11 seconds
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Biceps Pain and Surgical Options in Overhead Athletes with Brandon Erickson - Episode 25

Anterior shoulder pain is common in overhead athletes and baseball players. This pain often comes from the biceps, but may not be the root of the issue.In this episode, I talk with Dr. Brandon Erickson about the role of the biceps, it’s contribution to shoulder pain, SLAP tears, and biceps tendodesis surgery.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/biceps-pain-and-surgical-options-in-overhead-athletes-with-brandon-erickson Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out my blog, podcasts, an
24/01/202342 minutes 22 seconds
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Working with Runners and Endurance Athletes with Chris Johnson - Episode 24

Running injuries are extremely common to see in just about any physical therapy clinic.Just like anything else, there are some things you need to know to take great care of these endurance athletes.In this podcast, I’m joined by endurance athlete specialist, Chris Johnson. We talk about common running injuries, returning them back to their sport, and how you can build a niche practice working with these athletes.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/working-with-runners-and-endurance-athletes-with-chris-johnson Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more?</b
10/01/202346 minutes 7 seconds
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Building a Successful Sports PT Practice with Josh Funk - Episode 23

I know many people want to open their own clinic one day. It&apos;s a great dream to build something the way you want.I&apos;ve been really impressed watching Josh Funk, from Rehab 2 Perform, do just this from afar.R2P is doing a great job focusing on clinical care and the development of their staff, while still working in an insurance-based model.On this episode, we talk about this model and how R2P sticks to these core values.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/building-a-successful-sports-pt-practice-with-josh-funk Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!<a rel="payment" href="https://bit.ly/pod
13/12/202244 minutes 29 seconds
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Dynamic Knee Valgus and Pelvic Pronation with Steve Dischiavi - Episode 22

Knee valgus is something that occurs normally at the knee, but may put the knee in a disadvantageous position when performed without control.In this episode of the Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, Steve Dischiavi and I discuss the concept of controlling this dynamic knee valgus through tension. He also introduces us to the concept of pelvic pronation and how this can be incorporated into rehabilitation and injury prevention programs.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/dynamic-knee-valgus-and-pelvic-pronation-with-steve-dischiavi Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support
29/11/202241 minutes 31 seconds
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Energy Flow During the Baseball Pitch with Arnel Aguinaldo - Episode 21

The act of pitching a baseball involved a complicated transfer of energy through the kinetic chain.However, until recently, this was not documented and quantified. In this week&apos;s episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with biomechanist Arnel Aguinaldo, who has recently published several articles on the energy flow during the baseball pitch, with implications on velocity development and potential injury risk.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/energy-flow-during-the-baseball-pitch-with-arnel-aguinaldo/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Su
01/11/202248 minutes 43 seconds
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The Golf Swing with Adam Kolloff - Episode 20

In this week&apos;s episode, I&apos;m joined by my friend and golf swing coach, Adam Kolloff. Adam is an award-winning golf coach that has an amazing blend of coaching styles that combine his experience with video analysis and Trackman data.We have a great conversation about the golf swing, including a discussion about common faults and physical limitations. But, there are so many valuable lessons packed into this episode including conversations about coaching, skill acquisition, and collaboration between professions.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/the-golf-swing-with-adam-kolloff Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!<a rel="payment" href="https://bit.ly/podcast-mike-reinold-online-courses"
18/10/202249 minutes 45 seconds
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Working with Fitness Athletes and Low Back Pain with Dan Pope - Episode 19

Working with fitness athletes is becoming a huge new focus for sports physical therapy.  One of the leading experts on the topic is Dan Pope, from FitnessPainFree.com.  In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, Dan talks about working with fitness athletes, including knowing when to back off or push through certain injuries and how to return back to the gym.  We also talk specifically about low back pain in these athletes.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/working-with-fitness-athletes-and-low-back-pain Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn m
04/10/202255 minutes 32 seconds
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Transitioning from Pro Sports to Your Own Practice with Tim Vidale - Episode 18

Working in the pro sports model can teach you a lot about teamwork and providing an exceptional service to the athlete. That&apos;s why PT&apos;s that make the transition from working within professional sports often do well in their own private practice.In this episode of the Sports PT Podcast, Tim Vidale shares his experience and some of the things that made him successful.Tim is also the chair of the DEI committee of the AASPT, so we also talk about the objectives of the committee and his vision on the future of our profession.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/transitioning-from-pro-sports-to-your-own-practice Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!
20/09/202244 minutes 44 seconds
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Femoroacetabular Impingement with Mike Reiman - Episode 17

Femoroacetabular impingement of the hip, or FAI, is a diagnosis that has really grown over the last several years and become more common.As rehabilitation specialists, we often work with these patients prior to surgery, as well as after surgical intervention.In the epsiode, I talk with Mike Reiman from Duke University about FAI, including a bit on the history, diagnosis, nonoperative treatment, and surgical procedure.Full Show Notes: https://mikereinold.com/femoroacetabular-impingement-with-mike-reiman Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____<b
06/09/202253 minutes 30 seconds
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Nonoperative ACL Rehabilitation with Mick Hughes - Episode 16

When it comes to ACL injuries, there is a ton of research and information on reconstruction and injury prevention, but it seems like no one ever talks about nonoperative ACL rehabilitation.It has been shown that the ACL does have some capacity to heal and that some people may do well without having surgery.But probably not in as many people as we would like.In this episode, I&apos;m joined by Mick Hughes to discuss his experience with nonoperative ACL rehabilitation, some of the factors that may decide who is the best candidate, and how to progress these people through the rehabilitation process. Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/nonoperative-acl-rehabilitation-with-mick-hughes Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have
23/08/202251 minutes 38 seconds
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ACL Injury Prevention Programs with Amy Arundale - Episode 15

What&apos;s the best way to rehabilitate an ACL injury? To prevent it in the first place!While it&apos;s never easy to guarantee we can prevent injuries, there have been several programs designed to specifically reduce the rate of ACL injuries.And over the years, several research studies have shown them to be effective at reducing ACL injury rates.In this episode of the Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I&apos;m joined by Amy Arundale to discuss her recent paper on ACL injury prevention programs from the Journal of Orthopedic Research.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/acl-injury-prevention-programs-with-amy-arundale Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses
09/08/202244 minutes 26 seconds
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Building a Center of Clinical Excellence with Zach Baker - Episode 14

It&apos;s easy to burn out in an insurance-based physical therapy model. I think one of the keys to avoiding this is to assure you are always building a center of clinical excellence. In fact, that&apos;s one of our core principles at Champion.Zach Baker and Rehab 2 Perform in Maryland are doing a great job with this, so I wanted to get him on the podcast to share some of their model.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/building-a-center-of-clinical-excellence-with-zach-baker Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out my blog,
26/07/202243 minutes 28 seconds
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Measuring Strength with Scot Morrison - Episode 13

One area of physical therapy that I think we can easily improve is our ability to measure and monitor strength as a person progresses. Most people we work with have a strength deficit as one of the primary issues we are working on improving.So why not measure?Manual muscle testing has limitations, and is really just a gross screen. I think we can do better quantifying force.In this episode I talk to Scot Morrison about how clinicians can get started with measuring strength, what that really means in regard to force and torque, and some advanced concepts for those with some experience.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/measuring-strength-with-scot-morrison Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!<b
12/07/20221 hour 8 minutes 6 seconds
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The Evolution of ACL Reconstruction Rehabilitation with Airelle Giordano - Episode 12

ACL reconstruction is one of the most common surgeries we see in sports physical therapy. As we continue to look at the research involving these injuries, it&apos;s always important to look back at what we are doing and reflect on how we can do things better.That&apos;s exactly what the team at The University of Delaware has done and published in a recent issue of Sports Health.In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I&apos;m join by Airelle Giordano, the Director of Clinical Services and Residency Training at the University of Delaware. Airelle has a ton of experience with ACL rehabilitation and shares how she has she has evolved her rehabilitation over the years.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/the-evolution-of-acl-reconstruction-rehabilitation-with-airelle-giordano</st
21/06/202257 minutes 20 seconds
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The Current State of Injuries in Baseball with Kevin Wilk - Episode 11

Baseball injuries continue to rise at an alarming rate, however, the types of injuries have evolved over the last several years despite our best attempts.We used to see chronic and degenerative injuries in older players. Injuries today are happening more commonly in younger baseball pitchers, and are often more traumatic than the past.There&apos;s a lot of debate as to why this is evolving, but regardless, how we manage these injuries must also change.In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I&apos;m joined by Kevin Wilk. There probably isn&apos;t anyone else on this planet that has witness the evolution of these baseball injuries more than Kevin.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/the-current-state-of-injuries-in-baseball-with-kevin-wilk <a targ
14/06/202245 minutes 38 seconds
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Hip Strength After ACL Reconstruction with Lane Bailey - Episode 10

Everyone wants to talk about quadriceps strength after ACL reconstruction. This definitely gets all the attention due to the persistent deficits in strength that are commonly observed.However, there are other muscles that may also be important in determining when an athlete is ready to return to sport.In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I&apos;m joined by Lane Bailey. We&apos;ll be discussing a recent article he published on using hip abduction strength as another metric for return to play.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/hip-strength-after-acl-reconstruction-with-lane-bailey Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on
07/06/202232 minutes 42 seconds
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Becoming a Specialist in One Sport with Dave Tilley - Episode 9

Many physical therapists want to work with athletes, but have you ever wanted to focus on just one sport?In this episode of the podcast, I&apos;m joined by Dave Tilley, who specializes in working with gymnasts.We&apos;re going to talk about why Dave started to really focus on one sport and how you can do the same.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/becoming-a-specialist-in-one-sport-with-dave-tilley Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https://bit.ly/podcast-mike-reinold-we
31/05/202239 minutes 53 seconds
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UCL Internal Brace Surgery with Jeff Dugas - Episode 8

The UCL repair surgery using an internal brace is an exciting new procedure that is gaining popularity in baseball players and overhead athletes needing Tommy John surgery.This new procedure allows for a faster rehabilitation timeline and return to sport, and so far has had great outcomes.In this episode of The Sports PT Podcast, I&apos;m joined by one of the pioneers of this procedure, Dr. Jeff Dugas. We talk about the history, procedure, and outcomes to date.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/ucl-internal-brace-surgery-with-jeff-dugas Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!<a rel="payment" href="https://bit.ly/podcast-mike-rein
24/05/202229 minutes 22 seconds
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Evolving as a Clinician with Ashley Campbell - Episode 7

As members of a service-based industry, healthcare and fitness professionals are faced with the constant pressure to help people.That&apos;s why we do what we do, right? To help people.Unfortunately, we don&apos;t always focus on ourselves, leading to things like burnout, imposter syndrome, and stress.In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I&apos;m joined by Ashley Campbell, editor of IJSPT. Ashley shares some of her journey and strategies on constantly evolving as a clinician.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/evolving-as-a-clinician-with-ashley-campbell Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!<a rel="payment" href="https://bit.ly/podcast-mike-reinold-online-course
17/05/202235 minutes 54 seconds
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Working as a Sport Physical Therapist in the NFL with Aaron Borgmann - Episode 6

Working in professional sports is a dream of many physical therapists. Here&apos;s what it&apos;s like working in the NFL.In this week&apos;s episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Aaron Borgmann who worked in the NFL for 12 seasons.  We discuss his experience, what it&apos;s like working in the NFL, and some tips on getting started working in professional sports.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/working-as-a-sport-physical-therapist-in-the-nfl-with-aaron-borgmann Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='htt
10/05/202238 minutes 50 seconds
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Quadriceps Strength and Biomechanics After ACL Reconstruction with Dan Cobian - Episode 5

It&apos;s well established that persistent quadriceps strength deficits are common after ACL reconstruction. Despite a lot of attention, we still continue to struggle in restoring quadriceps strength after surgery.As important as quad strength is after ACL surgery, recent research is showing that strength doesn&apos;t always correlate to biomechanical changes, which is an extremely important concept to understand.In this week&apos;s episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Dan Cobian about this and his research on lower extremity neuromuscular biomechanics after knee injury and surgery.Full Show  Notes: https://mikereinold.com/quadriceps-strength-and-biomechanics-after-acl-reconstruction-with-dan-cobian/ Click Here to View My Online Courses <
03/05/202230 minutes 3 seconds
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Sports Physical Therapy Residencies with Dave Nolan - Episode 4

Many students and early career professionals are considering residencies to further their education and to specialize in a certain aspect of physical therapy.In this episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, I talk with Dave Nolan about how to determine if a residency is a good idea for you, what to look for in a sports physical therapy residency program, and how to stand out in a crowd of applications.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/sports-physical-therapy-residencies-with-dave-nolan/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https://bit.ly/podcast-mike
26/04/202235 minutes 17 seconds
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ACL Graft Options with Lenny Macrina - Episode 3

There are many different options to use as grafts during ACL reconstruction surgery, These include both allograft and autograft tissue and different options for autografts.Lenny Macrina and I talk about the latest trends in ACL reconstruction graft options, the pros and cons of each, and how different grafts may impact the rehabilitation in this week&apos;s episode of The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast.Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/acl-graft-options-with-lenny-macrina/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? Check out
19/04/202249 minutes 48 seconds
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Welcome to The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast - Episode 1

Welcome to The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast!  I&apos;m super excited to be starting this brand new podcast.I&apos;m going to be featuring weekly interviews with established and emerging leaders in the field of sports medicine, rehabilitation, and performance training.  My goal is to help you stay current by featuring interviews with authors of recent journal articles, clinical experts with pearls to share, and up-and-coming innovators that are pushing the envelope and advancing our profession.If you want to stay cutting-edge and up to date on the latest topics in sports physical therapy, be sure to subscribe now.For more information on the new show, please visit: https://mikereinold.com/sports-physical-therapy-podcast Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have
06/04/20228 minutes 24 seconds
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The Acute Effect of Pitching with Steve Thomas - Episode 2

Baseball pitching has been shown to have both acute and chronic changes to both the mobility and strength of the arm.  But until recently, we didn&apos;t fully understand why.In this week&apos;s podcast, I&apos;m joined by Steve Thomas to discuss his recent publication on The Acute Effect of Pitching on Range of Motion, Strength, and Muscle Architecture, which may shed some light on the mechanism of these changes.For full show notes, please visit: https://mikereinold.com/the-acute-effect-of-pitching-with-steve-thomas/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website!Support the show_____Want to learn more? <a href='https://bit
02/04/202234 minutes 36 seconds