Session 27 – ITBS – Mechanics, Management and Mystery with Brad Neal and Jack Chew

Mar 06, 2016
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ITBS – Mechanics, Management and Mystery with Brad Neal and Jack Chew

Session 27 involves a rather unusual turning of the tide! With Chews Health partnering with Co-kinetic to bring more audio material to the CPD market, the powers that be at Co-kinetic have turned the microphone on Jack! 
Back in January  Jack teamed up with Brad Neal to publish two pieces of work on Iliotibial band syndrome with Co-Kinetic, formerly Sport-Ex Journals ( Brad’s narrative review and Jack’s case study brought a much needed clinical narrative to a sparsely researched area, and so in this month’s episode, Rob Tyer of The Physio Matters Podcast, grills Brad and Jack on all things ITBS and of course the surrounding management conundrums!
Listeners will get answers to questions regarding best practice assessment, treatment and management of ITBS as well as the common dilemmas faced in frontline clinical practice. What about injections? Other adjunct therapies? Surgery?!
Co-kinetic have kindly put together a package including the two articles and the podcast for just £18 at and if you’ve arrived here swiftly after launch, you can get a further 20% off with discount code ITBSMATTERS48HRS if you’re within the magic 48 hour window! 
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Previous episodes:

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