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 feature expert, honest advice, delivered directly to listeners at no cost.

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.

Session 68 – Radicular pain, Radiculopathy and Sciatica with Tom Jesson

Tom Jesson has made the complexity of sciatic, referred and radicular pain accessible through blog posts, articles and tweet streams. Luckily he is one of the members of The Physio Matters Podcast Team and we were able to convince him to share his knowledge with us and you on this podcast!

Tom takes us through the history of “sciatica”, the nomenclature of descriptions and a host of other clinical gems which will guarenteed change either your understanding or clinical practice (or in our case both)

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