Physiopedia news: Interviews

Recently published Physiopedia news (Category - Interviews):

Global Health and Dr Mike Landry Global Health and Dr Mike Landry...

Make sure you are signed up to PP+ and make the most of our excellent Global Health for Physiotherapists course. It’s your opportunity to have a greater impact and influence on health around the world. Global health is commonly thought [Read More...]

Dr Lee Herrington's Knee Assessment & Treatment Guide Dr Lee Herrington’s Knee Assessment & Treatment Guide...

Cap your week off by listening to an expert talk you through all things knee assessment and treatment. Divided into two this interview will help you understand the latest trends of knee research, what you should be looking for during your [Read More...]

Physical Activity and Behaviour Change with Professor Stuart Biddle Physical Activity and Behaviour Change with Professor Stuart...

Professor Stuart Biddle has a rich history and a wide experience in the area of physical activity and behaviour change. PE teacher by background with a PhD is psychology applied to the area of public health, Stuart is more than qualified [Read More...]

A conversation about reflection with Dr Patricia Miller A conversation about reflection with Dr Patricia Miller...

As part of a course on clinical reflection that is being developed for Physiopedia Plus I was very fortunate to be able to record this conversation with Dr Patricia Miller of McMaster University, in which we explored Pat's extensive [Read More...]

Talking about Virtual Reality (VR) in physiotherapy rehabilitation with Danielle Levac Talking about Virtual Reality (VR) in physiotherapy...

Danielle Levac from Northeastern University has been investigating the application of virtual reality computer gaming in rehabilitation for a number of years. We took this opportunity to explore her experience and perspectives on VR in [Read More...]

Dr Christian Barton's Top 10 Tips for Treating Knee Pain Dr Christian Barton’s Top 10 Tips for Treating Knee Pain...

The knee is one of the most commonly injured joints and appears in a wide range of clinical environments. Over the past 4 weeks the knee course has been running on PP+ and the participants of the course have been learning anatomy, [Read More...]

Video: Alessandro Demaio - NCDs and physical activity Video: Alessandro Demaio – NCDs and physical activity...

Non-communicable diseases kill 38 million people each year with three quarters of these occurring in low-middle income countries. These are disease you cannot catch and are entirely preventable. Physical activity has a huge impact on [Read More...]

Video: exploring clinical reflection with John Driscoll Video: exploring clinical reflection with John Driscoll...

A key competence of a physiotherapist is the ability to consistently think about, review and learn from their clinical experience and then change their actions and practice as a result of the knowledge they generate from that experiential [Read More...]

Video: How should we measure physical activity? Video: How should we measure physical activity?...

As part of our focus on physical activity this month, we spoke to Dr. Paul Kelly about his experience as a researcher and educator in the area of physical activity. Paul is a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh where he teaches [Read More...]

Video: What does it take to be a sports physiotherapist at the Olympic Games? Video: What does it take to be a sports physiotherapist at the...

Maria Constantinou shares her experience as a sports physiotherapist at the Sydney and Athens Summer Olympic Games and the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games in her interview with Rachael Lowe of Physiopedia. Not only does Maria have [Read More...]

Video: What does it take to become a sports physical therapist? Video: What does it take to become a sports physical therapist?...

This week we chatted with Mike Reinold about what it takes to become a successful sports physical therapist. Mike is a physical therapist, strength and conditioning coach, performance enhancement specialist, and founder of Champion [Read More...]

Video: How to treat overuse injuries in sports physiotherapy Video: How to treat overuse injuries in sports physiotherapy...

This week, Rachael Lowe of Physiopedia speaks to Ben Clarsen about treating overuse injuries. Ben is a sports injury researcher with the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and is a sports physiotherapist for the Norwegian Olympic Sports [Read More...]

Video: What one patient did to self-manage pain Video: What one patient did to self-manage pain...

In our video series on pain, we've spoken to quite a few academics about their research on pain. This week we're changing perspectives and speaking to Peter Moore, a patient with chronic pain who co-developed the Pain Toolkit to help [Read More...]

Video: How can you help patients manage complex, persistent pain? Video: How can you help patients manage complex, persistent pain?...

This week, we chatted with Mike Stewart about his 15+ years of experience as a clinician managing complex, persistent pain. Mike is a Spinal Clinical Specialist for East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS Trust in the UK and leads [Read More...]

Video: Using virtual reality to treat pain Video: Using virtual reality to treat pain...

As part of this month's focus on pain, we've sat done with Dr. Daniel Harvie to talk about virtual reality and technology and its use in treating pain. Daniel is a post-doctoral fellow with Recover Injury Research Centre (formerly known [Read More...]

Video: What is pain? Why do we have it and why doesn’t it go away? Video: What is pain? Why do we have it and why doesn’t it go...

This week, Rachael Lowe from Physiopedia speaks with Dr. Tasha Stanton about her research on pain. In this video, Tasha answers three fundamental questions about pain: What is pain? Why do we have it? Why doesn't it go away? [Read More...]

Video: Managing Parkinson's and avoiding falls Video: Managing Parkinson’s and avoiding falls...

This week, Rachael Lowe of Physiopedia speaks to Dr. Emma Stack about her research on the management of Parkinson's Disease and in particular minimising the risk of falls for these patients. Dr. Emma Stack is a Principal Research Fellow [Read More...]

Video: How can you increase the use of exercise in neurology patients? Video: How can you increase the use of exercise in neurology...

This week, Rachael Lowe of Physiopedia speaks to Rachel Young about her passion for increasing the use of exercise in the rehabilitation of neurology patients. Rachel Young is a senior lecturer and neurology specialist from Sheffield [Read More...]

Video: Intro to spinal cord injury rehabilitation Video: Intro to spinal cord injury rehabilitation...

In this interview, Rachael Lowe of Physiopedia talks to Prof. Lisa Harvey from the University of Sydney, Australia about her extensive experience as a clinician, educator and researcher in neurology. Lisa is a professor and senior [Read More...]

Video: Stroke rehabilitation with Sarah Tyson Video: Stroke rehabilitation with Sarah Tyson...

We sat down for an in-depth interview with Professor Sarah Tyson to talk about stroke rehabilitation. In this interview, we cover Sarah's research and experience with patient-led therapy during in-patient stroke rehabilitation. She [Read More...]