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Best Erik Meira podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Erik Meira podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Hosted by Adam Meakins (aka The Sports Physio), The Not Another F**king (NAF) Physio Podcast promises to be unlike any other! Talking about things that matter, but don't really matter. It will be amateurish, inconsistent, with poor sound quality and even poorer interviews… Be prepared for critical critique, dubious debate, quirky questions and lots of bad language!
 
Join co-hosts Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff, physical therapists who are "in the trenches" practicing in unique settings on opposite sides of United States, as they discuss current research and topics of pain science. Listen in on occasional interviews of the prominent figures of pain science. Focus will be on making the information meaningful to practice in the clinic.
 
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Available for CEU credit!!! Click here! Our understanding of the ACL, it's related pathophysiology, surgical strategies, and postoperative rehabilitation has an interesting history. We take a tour of the history and interview a couple guests who lived it. Reference List Chambat P, Guier C, Sonnery-Cottet B, Fayard JM, Thaunat M. The evolution of AC…
 
A recent Cochrane review looked at studies of people with rotator cuff tears comparing those who had surgery with those who did not. What do you think they found? Did surgery provide benefit? Is it OK to go without surgery in these cases? Sandy and Cory discuss these findings and provide their clinical commentary in this episode of Pain Science and…
 
***WARNING: Explicit content*** In this episode Adam and Greg talk all things dosage. What is the minimal effective dose to get stronger, more flexible, have less pain, or create a change? Also, if you now want to become a NAF Patreon member to get a host of extra fancy features such as… Early access to the video cast of the show one week before th…
 
In this episode Greg and Adam discuss an always controversial topic: Bending when lifting. Should we keep our backs straight when picking things up? Is is ok to allow the spine to flex when bending forward? In this episode they discuss a recent systematic review published in JOSPT (https://www.jospt.org/doi/abs/10.2519/jospt.2020.9218) that questio…
 
Brought to you by CSMi So we're not the best with chronic nonspecific low back pain. We also tend to underload our patients in general. Maybe if we increased the intensity of our exercises, we would be more effective with chronic nonspecific low back pain. Well, at least we can test it! Exercise Intensity Matters in Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pai…
 
This episode covers a recent paper that compares a popular and trending approach, Cognitive Functional Therapy, against a group treatment and exercise intervention. The primary outcomes were pain and disability. The results may surprise you. Join Sandy and Cory as they discuss the findings, what to make of them, and the clinical impact. Cognitive f…
 
Brought to you by CSMi One of the most important components of ethical healthcare is patient education. A fully informed patient makes everything easier later during the care. But that includes educated on the good and the bad. Sometimes "being hopeful" can actually be a disservice. "Doctor, What Happens After My Meniscectomy?" Smith JH, Houck DA, …
 
Brought to you by CSMi What does it mean to have self-efficacy? How does that differ from one's perceived locus of control? Are they situation dependent? Can we changed them or just measure them? How does this affect our patients. The Self-Efficacy for Home Exercise Programs Scale: Development and Psychometric Properties. Picha KJ, Lester M, Heebne…
 
In this episode Adam gets stood up by Greg but manages to find a last-minute guest to fill his shoes. In this podcast Adam talks with Amy Eicher who has a long and horrendous story about pain that affected her for just over 20 years. In the podcast Amy talks about her experiences as a patient and what effect these had on her as a person. She now us…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Shared decision making is the greatest thing! Ethical, honest, engaging. But do patients give a crap? Would they rather the provider just tell them what to do? Can we find a happy ground? Semistructured interviews regarding patients' perceptions of Choosing Wisely and shared decision-making: an Australian study. Allen J, King…
 
In the last episode (42) a systematic review was discussed regarding the value of pre-operative measures in predicting pain post-operatively. In this episode, Dr. Henrik Vaegter, an author of that review joins us to discuss that research as well as several other fascinating topics regarding exercise and pain. In this interview we discuss topics of …
 
Brought to you by CMSi There has been some great work done regarding guidelines for many different musculoskeletal diagnoses, but do physical therapists follow them? How do they do compare to other medical professionals? We can always be better, but what stops us? Is it stubbornness, lack of knowledge, or might market forces and patient/professiona…
 
Brought to you by CSMi If you have listened to more than one episode of PT Inquest you will know that Erik thinks that quadriceps dysfunction is a major problem after ACLR. Assuming that you agree with that, are there interventions to address that issue? Do they work? What about just waiting? How would we know what works? Progressive strength train…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Providing accurate information on back pain seems to build confidence in the provider but doesn't seem to have a huge effect on outcomes. Is this really an improvement? In this episode, Erik and JW explore the role of the provider is these difficult cases. The Fear Reduction Exercised Early (FREE) approach to management of lo…
 
In this episode Adam and Greg dive deep into a topic that is surrounded by many myths, misconceptions, and uncertainty; that is the world or stretching. What does it do? What doesn’t it do? Is it good, bad, or is it just a waste of time? Find out in the next 44 minutes. To read more on the papers and researchers Greg and Adam discuss follow these l…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Patients have unique personalities, values, and circumstances but what about providers? Can the specific personality traits of the provider have an effect on outcomes? Is that a good thing? Or a bad thing? And what should we do about it? Do therapist effects determine outcome in patients with shoulder pain in a primary care p…
 
Brought to you by CSMi We can prevent ACL injuries!!! Or are we just reducing risk? Or both? How do these programs work? Does it matter what you do or do you just need to do something? A Majority of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries Can Be Prevented by Injury Prevention Programs: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials and Cluster-Ran…
 
In this episode Sandy and Cory discuss a systematic review which investigated what pre operative pain tells us about a person’s propensity for post operative pain. Is it predictive? If so, would changing it matter? The discussion gets into these topics and more. Are preoperative experimental pain assessments correlated with clinical pain outcomes a…
 
Brought to you by CSMi Is more better? Would additional tests improve outcomes? How often do we look for things that may not actually make a difference? We explore these questions as we review this non-inferiority study on managing wrist fractures. Omitting Routine Radiography of Traumatic Distal Radial Fractures After Initial 2-Week Follow-up Does…
 
Brought to you by CSMi You have an athlete with want appears to be FAIS and you want to know if they would be able to return to full sport after surgery. How would you know? Are there predictors before surgery? Are predictors for failure after surgery also just predictors of failure in general? Preoperative Predictors of Achieving Clinically Signif…
 
In this episode, Adam interrupts Greg’s holiday to talk about pain education after some recent research has shown it may not be as good at helping reduce pain intensity or disability as some claim or think. Greg and Adam also share some of their thoughts on how pain should and should not be explained. Music by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com: Intro…
 
Brought to you by CSMi When you look at someone with a torn meniscus and some osteoarthritis, can you tell who would benefit from arthroscopy and who wouldn't? What about whether or not they would benefit from rehab? Would you be better than a coin flip? Can even experienced orthopaedic surgeons predict who will benefit from surgery when patients p…
 
Brought to you by CSMi After acute hamstrings injury is it ok to push into pain during rehab? Would you actually get better results? If you didn't, why not? If you did, what would that mean? Join us as we look at loading up injured hamstrings with special guest Jack Hickey! Pain-Free Versus Pain-Threshold Rehabilitation Following Acute Hamstring St…
 
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