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.
Session 6 – Achilles Tendons – In and around the TA with Seth O’Neill
Session 6 features an interview with Seth O’Neill, a free thinker and increasingly eminent name in the field of tendinopathy. Seth is currently undertaking PhD research on achilles tendons and is therefore perfectly placed to talk all things TA.
00:00 – 01:50 – Session intro
01:50 – 05:08 – Seth O’Neil intro and biography
– Why the Achilles tendon?
– The TA – a broader perspective
05:08 – 18:44 – Simple clinical markers of TA involvement
– Differential diagnosis in posterior ankle pain
– Treating local v globally
18:44 – 32:02 – Mid-tendon v insertional pathology – tensile and compressive disorders
– The importance of specificity
– Common misconceptions in Achilles pain
32:02 – 43:14 – Tendon pain – what’s the source?
– Central and peripheral sensitivity
– Loading strategies for main management
43:14 – 49:39 – Imaging – is scanning useful
– Acute v degenerative tissue changes
– UTC – the future of scanning?
49:39 – 60:57 – Common treatment and management – past and current concepts
– Injection therapy – a role in tendon treatment?
– The mystery of tendon management – the direction of future research
60:57 – 64:21 – Again, why the Achilles tendon – once more with feeling!
– A classification-based approach
– SoMe, signposting and the future
64:21 – Outro and shownotes
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