Episode 80: Science to Practice: All Things Injury Modeling with Judd Kalkhoven- Part 1


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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 ClinicalAthlete team discusses with Judd the contents of his conceptual model for stress and strain related injuries. This is part one of a two part series. Stay tuned for part two! Connect with Judd on Twitter and email:@KalkhovenJudd judd.kalkhoven@uts.edu.au Judd’s publications discussed:1. A conceptual model and detailed framework for stress-related, strain-related, and overuse athletic injury2. Training Load and Injury: Causal Pathways and Future Directions3. Training load error’ is not a more accurate term than ‘overuse’ injury Judd's Google Scholar Page Connect with the rest of the Clinical Athlete team on IG:@quinn.henochdpt@jared.unbreakablestrength@john.rebuildstronger@clinicalathlete Join the Free CALU Community! http://bit.ly/2XsaJrb Find a ClinicalAthlete Provider and learn more about Athlete Health & Performance at https://www.clinicalathlete.com! Audio production by John Summerford