The Physio Matters Podcast
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones.
The Physio Matters Podcast is a feature of Chews Health’s third core value ‘We Educate’.
Episodes will feature expert, honest advice, delivered directly to listeners at no cost.
The Physio Matters Podcast content hopes to be clinical gold delivered direct.
Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine information for those working in physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports rehabilitation, medicine and all divisions of the healthcare industry.
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When we first got the new microphones in the new studio, Jack was excited to bring to life some of the interesting conversations that he has about the MSK industry. The first name on the list was Heather Watson who is in the process of revolutionising one of the most complex and contentious sections of the MSK industry; the personal injury claims market.
Fault and causation are key to the legal side of these issues and as a consequence the patients can get lost in the system and even adversely affected by these traditionally ‘non-health’ variables. This is why the topic maps onto medical and societal ethics, morality and duty in such interesting ways. Heather Watson is the founder and director of Designed2Move limited and is working to put functional, context specific rehab at the heart of complex case management.
In this immersive interview, Heather shares her insights into the industry and how she uses a balance of pragmatism and idealism to motivate her and her team as they look to change the focus from illness to wellness.
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Session 1 – Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome with Dr Lee Herrington – Part 1
Session 2 – Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome with Dr Lee Herrington – Part 2
Session 3 – The Rugby Shoulder with Dr Ian Horsley
Session 4 – Know Pain: Metaphoric Expression with Mike Stewart – Part 1
Session 5 – Know Pain: Metaphoric Expression with Mike Stewart – Part 2
Session 6 – Achilles Tendons with Seth O’Neill
Session 7 – Critical Thinking, Twitter & Manual Therapy Myths with Adam Meakins
Session 8 – Haemodynamics with Alan Taylor
Session 9 – Psychological Interventions in Physiotherapy with Dr Richard Bennett
Session 10 – Exercise Promotion with Ann Gates
Session 11 – Treating Tendons with Seth O’Neill
Session 12 – The big Kinesiology Tape Debate – ‘To KT, or not to KT’ with Paul Coker and Paul Westwood
Session 13 – A Year in Podcasts with The Physio Matters Podcast Team
Session 14 – The Unstable Concept of Core Stability with Ben Smith
Session 15 – Does Work Matter with Heather Watson
Session 16 – Biomechanics and Pain: The Ongoing Dilemma with Greg Lehman
Session 17 – Building & maintaining an award winning MSK service with Paula Deacon
Session 18 – The myth of ‘over-pronation’ with Ian Griffiths
Session 19 – Managing Runners with Matt Phillips and Tom Goom
Session 20 – Shoulder Instability with Jo Gibson
Session 21 – Fathoming Fibromyalgia with Bronnie Thompson
Session 22 – Medically Unexplained Symptoms with Roger Kerry
Session 23 – When Jack and Rob Met Sallie (Part 1) with Prof Sallie Lamb
Session 24 – Lashing into Whiplash (Part 2) – Protocols, whiplash trials and professional regulation with Prof Sallie Lamb
Session 25 – Physio Doesn’t Matter with Team TPMP
Session 26 – Solving Spondyloarthropathy with Dr Karl Gaffney
Session 27 – ITBS – Mechanics, Management and Mystery with Brad Neal and Jack Chew
Session 28 – Getting to the point with Dr Val Hopwood and the AACP
Session 29 – Hamstrings and their owners with Simon Murphy of LCFC
Session 30 – TPMP meets The CSP with Karen Middleton
Session 31 – Pain: Past, present and future with Mick Thacker – Part 1
Session 32 – Simply Elite Triathlon with Paul Westwood and Joel Filliol
Session 33 – Pain: Past, present and future with Mick Thacker – Part 2
Session 34 – Cervicogenic Headache with Toby Hall
Session 35 – OA Hips, THRs, Dos, Don’ts & Maybes with Toby Smith
Session 36 – Moving beyond Trapped Nerves – Entrapment Neuropathy with Annina Schmid
Session 37 – The NHS with Team TPMP
Session 38 – Manual Therapy – Feeling for Cracks in the Theories and Practices with Neil Langridge
Session 39 – Spinal Surgery. How, Why and When? with Jack Chew
Session 40 – Ankle Instability – Is It Ever ‘Only A Sprain’? with Eamonn Delahunt
Session 41 – Dr Greg of the Lehman Initiative returns to TPMP – Biomechanics and Promoting Progress.
Session 42 – ‘I Don’t Like Taking Pain Killers’ with Dave Baker and ACPOM-IT
Session 43 – Strength & Conditioning (Beyond 3 x 10!) with Nick Grantham
Session 44 – Diagnostic Ultrasound – Say what you see? with Stu Wildman
Session 45 – Fighting Talk – Making Sensei of Martial Arts with Chris Tack and Rob Tyer
Session 46 – Defining and Achieving Clinical Excellence with Connect Health’s Matthew Wyatt, Graeme Wilkes and Andrew Walton
Session 47 – The Neck with Chris Worsfold
Session 48 – Exercise Specificity & Variability Under Scrutiny with Ben Cormack
Session 49 – Reasoning, Responsibility and Reform with Matt Low
Session 50 – Knee Bother? Nee Bother: The OA Knee with Rob Tyer and Toby Smith
Session 51 – Red Flags with Andrew Cuff
Session 52 – Correcting for Corrections – Manual Handling Myths with Ash James
Session 53 – The Patient Matters with Adrian Mcgregor
Session 54 – Influencing Change with Lesley Holdsworth
Session 55 – FAI +/- Syndrome with Erik Meira
Session 56 – Just sleep on it! Sleep, Pain and Health with Jason Silvernail
Session 57 – Shoulder Surgery, Evidence, Politics and See-saws with David Beard
Session 58 – THE Evidence to support MSK Physiotherapy – Moving Forward with Nadine Foster, Mike Hurley and Ruth ten Hove