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On this show, Steph Allen shares a case that she had, working with a avid trail runner with hip pain. It was a great discussion of her overall thought process and plan of care, along with some pearls of wisdom for managing set back and expectations for any athlete. Foundations 2.0 Application: http://bit.ly/3Ycln3r Join the Free CALU Community! htt…
 
This is a special show. I’m sitting down with my dear friend and Co-Founder of CALU and The Level Up Initiative, Zak Gabor, and we are talking about something really special that we have cooking for 2023 – CALU Foundations 2.0. Which is a course that’s going to be your solution for all things exercise prescription, with the CALU vibe. Overall, we’r…
 
Title: Episode 97: Coach’s Corner We’re back! It’s been a while but the ClinicalAthlete Podcast is coming back strong with a Coach’s Corner episode! On this one, Quinn Henoch takes us through his training program with the principles that guide his decision-making. If you’re a coach, clinician, or athlete who geeks out on programming, this one is fo…
 
On this episode we dive into the following topics with Joanne Kemp: Outcomes of hip arthroscopies for labral tears and FAI Statistics of hip pathologies in symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals Importance of non-operative management and best practices for physio-led treatment of hip pain Thoughts about if diagnosing the exact pathology causing t…
 
During this special episode, Quinn Henoch and Zak Gabor are talking about some significant upcoming changes to the ClinicalAthlete Forum. After 6 years, we’ve reached a crossroads, and with the growth of CALU, it’s time for a change. We’ll take you through a history of the ClinicaAthlete Forum, what made it awesome and where it fell short; and intr…
 
Welcome back to the ClinicalAthlete Student Shenanigans! On this week’s episode, we have Andrew Gillihan with a background of a Master’s in Kinesiology and Behavioral Sciences and is now a current DPT student with a heavy interest in men’s pelvic floor and tactical athletes. Are you in a PT or chiropractic program and feeling like you’re not treate…
 
Wondering how the oh so famous Bryce Krawczyk feels about the misconceptions circling around the powerlifting world and what you should know if you’re “equipped-curious”?! For those listeners who are new around here or just aren’t that great at paying attention- The Nameless Series is a laid-back, informal series all about how to blend being a coac…
 
Just to remind all you listeners, Quinn and Steph have started this new series to dive into the details about some of their own clinical cases. Quinn, one of the leaders of all the craziness that ClinicalAthlete is, also does some pretty cool things clinically. His office is inside of a weightlifting gym, so naturally, he specializes in working wit…
 
Are you a healthcare professional wanting to be more involved climbers? Are you a climber that is frustrated with injuries wanting to know how to get stronger specifically for climbing and how chiropractors and physical therapists can help?! Natasha has been rock climbing for 23 years, and a professional climber for many of those years. Through her…
 
Welcome back to the ClinicalAthlete Student Shenanigans! On this week’s episode, we have Andrea Farmer, current DPT student at the University of North Florida. Unfortunately within healthcare, burnout and losing the passion for your field is not uncommon, not only in the working world but even throughout school prior to getting your first job! Andr…
 
Have we been using objective measures to decide when patients can get back to sprinting or are we blindly following a timeline? Have our previous “protocols” been sensitive to those providers and athletes without the new up-to-date technologies and resources? Dan Lorenz, DPT, PT, ATC, LAT, CSCS, the director of sports medicine at Lawrence Memorial …
 
Quinn and Steph are starting another NEW series on the ClinicalAthlete Podcast! Welcome to The CALU Clinical Files. To all you listeners (yes all 6 of you), you DON’T want to miss this. Quinn and Steph are starting this series to dive into some of their real life cases in which they have navigated some unknowns and come out on the other side to rea…
 
Ever dive into the research for a whole weekend and then just had NoOoO idea how to apply it to your client on Monday morning? Or even better, you figure out how to apply it and quickly realize it just didn’t work? Maybe you’re an athlete who is having a hard time digesting all the info regarding training and injuries on the good ole’ internet?This…
 
Welcome back to the ClinicalAthlete Student Shenanigans!On this week’s episode, we have Logan Benjamin, a chiropractic student and dad to a really cute golden retriever. Logan speaks on how he has tried to overcome the “old-school” mindset of chiropractic school, finding the right mentor, and how extracurricular groups have made a difference in his…
 
What is the mission behind the CALU Summit, and why is it so special? In this episode, Quinn, Steph, and Zak go hard on what the CALU Summit is all about, and why it's an experience that you don't want to miss out on. We are so stoked about this year's lineup of speakers and some changes that we've made to the format to make it even better than las…
 
In this part 2 of a 3 part series, John takes a turn to gets talk about his own training program and how he got through a recent "kneebola”. He dives into his approach to getting through a flare-up and provides some great advice for others. Find yourself getting "kneebolas" and want to hear how John got through his?! Check out the episode to find o…
 
Be grateful, be kind, don’t judge and show compassion. This is what Nick is all about.Nick Hannah, a physiotherapist out of Canada, shares his passion about resilience, empathy, and helping others on a deeper level.The team chats with Nick about the publication written by Golnaz Tabibnia which dives into a neuroscience three-route approach to boost…
 
Welcome to the ClinicalAthlete Student Shenanigans! Chris, Megan and Derrick are officially taking the reins on meeting up with student clinicians to chat with them about their journey thus far and what their goals and aspirations are moving forward. Mark Manera is a DPT student at Maryville University and entrepreneur. He dives into his journey th…
 
Judd Kalkhoven IS BACK for part two!! Judd is a PhD candidate, lecturer and researcher in exercise and sports science at the University of Technology Sydney, with a primary focus in Biomechanics. In this episode, he dives into load & injury management with the Clinical Athlete team. He speaks on what clinicians should take into consideration when u…
 
Tissue Mechanics? Athletic Injury? Conceptual Frameworks? PhD Candidate, lecturer and researcher Judd Kalkohoven out of Sydney, Australia gets on the podcast to answer all questions about tissue mechanics, training load, all things athletic injury and how he feels pain fits into his definition of injury! Specifically in this episode, the ClinicalAt…
 
On our previous Coach's Corner series, Quinn, John and Jared each broke down a case study. In this part 1 of a 3 part series, the team gets together to talk about their own training programs and how they each navigate any hurdles that come up in their training. Jared’s up first- whatta lucky guy! This episode dives into the details of Jared’s curre…
 
Wondering how communication and the environment affects how you learn to move? In this episode, PT student James Chung catches up with Chris and Quinn about his journey to PT school at Columbia University, what it’s like livin’ as a student in the big city and his passion for learning how others learn! James drops some knowledge about motor learnin…
 
Yielding isometrics? Overcoming isometrics? Eccentric quasi isometrics? What do these look like, and how can they be applied in rehab and in training? PhD candidate Dustin Oranchuk is on the podcast this week to discuss these questions and so much more!Dustin’s journey as a researcher in the field of Strength and Conditioning has taken him from Can…
 
How do you manage the transition from a professional degree program, to practicing clinically? How do we the bridge the gap between what's taught in academic institutions, what the evidence says, and what we see on a day to day basis as clinicians? It's not an easy process by any means.This week, Clinical Athlete Provider and Physical Therapist Bre…
 
Big things are happening!! By now you've probably heard about Clinical Athlete and Level Up coming together to create one amazing community of passionate clinicians and coaches. If you haven't heard, you're in for a treat! On this episode, Zak Gabor and Steph Allen come on the show to discuss with Quinn how and why these two amazing communities are…
 
How special are special tests for the shoulder? Are they valid? Do they aid us in providing an accurate diagnosis? How important is it to actually have an accurate diagnosis when it comes to shoulder pain? All these questions and more answered, in the latest edition of the podcast! Paul Salamh, DPT and Assistant Professor at the University of India…
 
The student series is back! This week Chris and Quinn link up with chiropractic student Derrick Bark. Derrick shares his story of what drew him into becoming a DC Student, from his academic experiences, playing collegiate athletics, and ultimately getting into the DC program at Logan University. Derrick also shares with us how and why his views on …
 
The long awaited Part 2 of our discussion with Jason Tuori is here, and it's full of all kinds of brain gainzzz. This time, the conversation switches gears to the clinical side of running and footwear. Jason details the evidence and his experience, with footwear and its impact on running related injuries. He also provides some insight on and how to…
 
You thought Clinical Athlete was all about strength sports? Think again! For all you runners out there, we've got you covered with the latest edition of the Clinical Athlete Podcast! Clinical Athlete Provider Jason Tuori is on this week to discuss all things footwear and the running athlete! In part one of this two part series, Jason dives deep int…
 
The final instalment in our Coaches Corner series is here! In this edition, Quinn details a case study about one of his athletes, and the crew chimes in with some words of wisdom on programming considerations, our role in managing our athletes, behavior change, and the value of our emotional capital as clinicians and coaches. The team also answers …
 
Our Journal Club Intern Megan Broussard is an absolute all-star!In this edition of our student series, Megan talks shop with Chris and Quinn on an abundance of topics, from advice on career changes, to book recommendations, to getting involved in moving the profession forward as a DPT student.We’re incredibly lucky to have her as a part of the Clin…
 
The anticipation has been killing you guys, hasn't it? The long awaited "Part 2" to the Coaches Corner series is here! It's like the original Star Wars trilogy, minus the billion dollar budget. On this episode the Clinical Athlete Crew dives into Jared's case study! We drop some knowledge bombs on managing injury flare ups and the communication tha…
 
Clinical Athlete is going LIVE. Well..err, we were at least. A few months back we recorded a live episode, and a bunch of you amazing Clinical Athlete Community members tuned in. You didn't think we'd leave you guys hanging without being able to listen to it over, and over again, did you?In part 1 of this 3 part series, John details a tough case st…
 
How do you keep up with new evidence as a student? How do you dig deep into clinical and critical thinking before even beginning patient interaction? Is it possible? Yes - yes, it is. Geronimo is currently a chiropractic student crushing all of these aspects of evidence-based treatment and more. He talks with Chris Hughen and Quinn Henoch about how…
 
Korey Van Wyk talks to the ClinicalAthlete team about his experience in the field of Strength & Conditioning. From his days in a small school, to a larger school setting, and where he's headed now - Korey addresses differences and similarities among the role of an S&C coach compared to an AT or PT and how they all work together.Regardless of if you…
 
This episode is a little different. As some of you may know, ClinicalAthlete has joined forces with The Level Up Initiative to put together a special educational experience - the CALU Summit, on Sept 18-20, 2020. It goes without saying, that the year of 2020 has required all of us to pivot. The Summit was no exception. This podcast is all about wha…
 
What are the guiding principles that new strength & conditioning professionals should focus on to give their best to their athletes? How do seasoned coaches handle the pressures of coaching at the top level? How important is self-care for the coach, and setting goals and expectations for the athlete? What does all of this look like? Not to worry… W…
 
When it comes to treating the knee, what's important? Why does Erik say the quad is king? Does the hip matter? Can we 'change movement' to decrease risk? Why do athletes choose "risky" movement patterns? What about valgus.... So many questions, so little time.. Erik is here to help. Connect with Erik Meira:Twitter: @erikmeiraInstagram: @erikmeirapt…
 
When it comes to treating the knee, what's important? Why does Erik say the quad is king? Does the hip matter? Can we 'change movement' to decrease risk? Why do athletes choose "risky" movement patterns? What about valgus.... So many questions, so little time.. Erik is here to help. Connect with Erik Meira:Twitter: @erikmeiraInstagram: @erikmeirapt…
 
Is flexibility testing valid? What evidence is it even founded on? Should it be retired as a major component of physical fitness? Should we de-emphasize static stretching in exercise prescriptions? We discuss these things and more with Dr. Jim Nuzzo, who recently wrote a thought-provoking paper on the topic. Connect with Dr. Jim Nuzzo:Twitter: @Jam…
 
This show is a bit unique. In this episode, we interview Bryce Krawczyk, who is an elite powerlifter. The topic of the discussion is the recurrent injury that Bryce has dealt with over the past several years, and the things he’s learned along the way. There are important and valuable lessons in this one, for anyone who trains for any physical activ…
 
Whether or not diet & nutrition is your expertise, you likely get questions from your athletes about the popular practices that are espoused, with gut health being a hot topic. So, what is the gut microbiome? Does it predict health states, and if so, can we do anything about it? We discuss these things and more and bust some myths with Dr. Gabriell…
 
What is placebo? Is it a "real" phenomenon? Can we harness it for the athlete's benefit? Should we? We welcome world-renowned coach and lecturer John Kiely back onto the show to discuss these things and much more.Follow John Kiely on:Twitter: @simplysportssciResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2LnQd7YInstagram: @simplysportssciEmail: JKiely@uclan.ac.ukFoll…
 
What is placebo? Is it a "real" phenomenon? Can we harness it for the athlete's benefit? Should we? We welcome world-renowned coach and lecturer John Kiely back onto the show to discuss these things and much more.Follow John Kiely on:Twitter: @simplysportssciResearchGate: http://bit.ly/2LnQd7YInstagram: simplysportssciEmail: JKiely@uclan.ac.ukFollo…
 
Why did we choose our profession? How does our character impact our ability to succeed professionally? What are the actionable steps we can take to better reflect on our character and what our given purpose is in life? These things, and much more, are part of a thought provoking conversation we had with Jackson Taylor, who is a Physical Therapist i…
 
Why did we choose our profession? How does our character impact our ability to succeed professionally? What are the actionable steps we can take to better reflect on our character and what our given purpose is in life? These things, and much more, are part of a thought provoking conversation we had with Jackson Taylor, who is a Physical Therapist i…
 
It’s less common in the performing arts sphere to think about dancers and musicians as “athletes”; but physiology is physiology. We welcome onto the show, Jacob Manley, to discuss the nuance and special considerations when managing these athletes. This is a topic that has not been discussed on the podcast before, and Jacob brought some … Continue r…
 
We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD for Part 2 of our interview! Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries. In … Co…
 
We welcome onto the show, Dr. Rich Willy, PT, PhD. Rich is an assistant Professor at the University of Montana’s School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science. His research focuses on the treatment of runners and tactical athletes with patellofemoral pain, achilles tendon injuries, and bone stress injuries. In this episode (Part 1), we talk ……
 
We welcome onto the show, Ellie Somers, DPT. Ellie is the owner and head SheWolf for Sisu Sports Performance & PT in Seattle, WA, where she works to foster female athlete development before, during, and after injury. On this episode, we talk with Ellie about those very things – how to get female athletes comfortable … Continue reading Episode 50: K…
 
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