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 pisions of the healthcare industry
Session 23 – ‘When Jack & Rob Met Sallie’ (Part 1) – Ankle Sprains, Research Methodology & EBM with Prof Sallie Lamb
Rob Tyer is back to carry Jack through session 23 with Professor Sallie Lamb and the AOCP! Thanks to the hard work of the AOCP committee, namely Ash Shattock, Anthony Gilbert and David Keene; the TPM Podcast team had an audience with one of the worlds leading clinical trialists who has achieved notoriety in a historically medic-led field, despite being a Physiotherapist. Jack and Rob discuss Sallie’s take on evidence based practice, research methodology and in part one of the interview, her work into management of acute, severe ankle sprains. Stay tuned for next month’s part 2 in which conversation flows towards the controversial topic of Whiplash and the famous MINT trial!
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0:00 – 5:50 – Jack and Rob introduce Session 23, explain why it is different from previous episodes and why there are no sound effects
5:51 – 8:05 – David Keane explores the agenda of the AOCP committee
8:06 – 12:10 – Professor Sallie Lamb: a physiotherapist, clinical trialist, statistician
12:10 – 14:10 – Is the patient centred in Evidence Based Practice?
- “Maximising outcome, minimising impact on the public purse”
14:10 – 22:00 – Implementing research in to clinical practice
- Access to research for clinicians
- How do Sallie’s multi-centre trials address these challenges?
22:01 – 27:08 – Why it takes so long for the research to disseminate in to clinical practice
27:09 – 33:35 – Hierarchical traditions of practice in orthopaedic medicine; does it happen in research to?
- What do physio’s bring to the table
33:35 – 51:49 – Weight bearing status following trauma – what needs to be updated/challenged?
- The collaborative ankle support trial
- Are there consequences of 10/7 casting post-ankle sprain?
- What are the issues with the term ‘severe’?
51:50 – 55:00 – In summary: regression to the mean at 9/12, but speedier recovery with a POP
55:01 – 55:00 – Jack leaves it on a cliff hanger: Post-op protocols, procedures and policies are commonplace, but lack inpidualisation. How does research ensure the translation from evidence to clinical practice?
55:40 – Jack and Rob conclude part 1Go back
This is the first in our multi-part series all about ‘the Core’. A term that has been used across the health and fitness world to loosely describe the muscles
Across all of our social media platforms this week we’ve been posting about neck pain at work. It’s one of the most common problems we see and yet it