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Follow the twists and turns of Amy Burk, a visually impaired, Canadian Paralympic athlete on her journey from humble beginnings in Charlottetown, PEI all the way to the top of her game at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, Brazil.
 
The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy brings you the JOSPT Insights podcast every Monday. On each episode, experienced clinicians and researchers unpack musculoskeletal rehabilitation topics in under 30 minutes. Guests share clinical tips and research discoveries with host Dr Clare Ardern, Editor-in-Chief of JOSPT. Sports physical therapists Dr Chelsea Cooman and Dr Dan Chapman are frequent co-hosts.
 
Hello and welcome to The Greenshoots Intellectual Property Podcast by Appleyard Lees, a conversation about intellectual property, focused on stories and insights from IP professionals, inventors and entrepreneurs at the forefront of creating and managing IP. In 2021, we continue to discuss best practice for monetising and protecting IP, and consider how innovators and businesses may need to adapt to new working practices in a post-COVID-19 world. If you have a question or issue you’d like ou ...
 
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How would you approach diagnosing concussion for an athlete with underlying balance problems? Or for an athlete who is blind? The usual concussion tests simply may not be appropriate. Dr Osman Ahmed is a physical therapist on a mission to improve how athletes receive and experience care after concussion. Tune in to hear all about the work of the Co…
 
Join JOSPT Insights hosts Drs Chelsea Cooman, Dan Chapman and Clare Ardern as they revisit their favorite episodes from a jam-packed 2021, from treating ACL injuries and shoulder pain to designing quality rehabilitation for patients with meniscus repair and building authentic connections with patients. Share your favorite episodes on social media u…
 
Athletes, large and small, old and young, elite and recreational experience low back pain at some time in their sporting lives. So, how do you best help athletes manage their pain, stay healthy and perform to their full potential? Dr Fiona Wilson from Trinity College Dublin shares the latest evidence with the JOSPT community, including the 2021 con…
 
You’ve figured out contributing impairments—now what? Exercise therapy or taping? Foot orthoses or manual therapy? Dr Christian Barton continues his chat with Drs Dan Chapman and Chelsea Cooman in the second episode of our 2-part patellofemoral pain CPG series to share the most effective treatment strategies for reducing pain and improving function…
 
Coming off a successful victory at the Canadian Curling Trials, gold medallist and two-time Olympian Mark Nichols stops by to chat about his team’s preparation for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing. We begin featuring sports that you will see and hear about at the Beijing Paralympic Winter Games. This week we kick things off with para snowbo…
 
In episode 23, trade mark attorney Cherry Shin and trainee patent attorney Jonathan Foster talk about their journeys into the world of intellectual property (IP). How did they come to the legal profession? What are the requirements for training as a patent or trade mark attorney? For more information on Appleyard Lees go to appleyardlees.com. Follo…
 
Dr Christian Barton joins Drs Dan Chapman and Chelsea Cooman to dive into the patellofemoral pain CPG published in JOSPT in April 2019. In the first episode of this 2-part series, we hit the highlights of this extensive CPG, including the true definition of patellofemoral pain syndrome, as well as the 4 categories of impairments the CPG lays out to…
 
Four-time Paralympics in Women’s Goalball, Amy Burk, joins us to share her experiences in Tokyo and some of the biggest takeaways moving forward to Paris 2024. Just 10 months ago professional golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a life-changing car accident. In Tiger’s first interview with Golf Digest he opens up about his recovery and his future in …
 
When it comes to rehabilitation after ACL injury, return to running can get a bit overshadowed by return to sport. Yet running is a key function milestone for athletes. Why is return to running so important and how do you help set the athlete up for successful return to running? Dr Rich Willy from the University of Montana is here to help.…
 
Part of the UK’s High Court, The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (the IPEC) provides fast, cost-effective intellectual property litigation proceedings, without the risk of paying uncapped costs to an opposing party. In this episode, Appleyard Lees solicitors, partner Bill Lister, and Chris Thomas, discuss when a case should be taken to the I…
 
Profs Lori Michener and Joe Donnelly, Vice President and President, respectively, of the APTA’s Academy of Orthopaedic Physical therapy (AOPT), share the inside track on the AOPT’s new strategic framework, opportunities for grants, and how you can get involved with AOPT. Visit http://www.orthopt.org to find out more about the Academy and its work.…
 
Sports physical therapist Elisa Nédélec heard so many harmful myths about when and how girls and women should play sport that she decided to start a PhD. In today’s episode, Elisa explains why girls and women should stay active, and what research can (and can’t) tell us about the relationship between reproductive hormones and musculoskeletal injury…
 
In the second episode of our 2-part masterclass on late-phase ACL rehabilitation, Dr Dan Lorenz shares what it means to bring sport specificity to rehab. It’s not about replicating every drill the athlete will do at practice. Rather, Dr Lorenz encourages clinicians to understand how the athlete moves during sport and treat the impairment that’s pre…
 
In Part 1 of this 2-part podcast, Dr Dan Lorenz joins Drs Dan Chapman and Chelsea Cooman to dig into what quality rehab looks like in the late stages after an ACL reconstruction. Dr Lorenz covers the importance of loading, including where to start, how to load for the demands of the sport, and how it can look different at 4 vs 8 months. He shares h…
 
A young handball player walks into your clinic tomorrow—she tells you her shoulder pain is bad, and getting worse. What should she do? Sports physical therapist Suzanne Gard is here to help untangle shoulder instability. Tune in for tips on assessing and treating shoulder instability and building strong and supportive lines of communication with yo…
 
In episode 6 of the podcast, released July 2020, Appleyard Lees partners and patent attorneys Adam Tindall and Ean Davies discussed COVID-related challenges faced by in-house IP teams. How did the business disruption affect in-house IP teams’ priorities, and what changes did Adam and Ean foresee for the future? In this episode, we revisit Adam and …
 
Dr Caitlin McGee is back for the second of a two-part episode to outline the challenges and opportunities for diversity and inclusion in esports. Like many industries, esports is grappling with a past that did not embrace the rich and diverse gaming community as much as it could have. How is change happening, and who is driving it? Dr McGee is the …
 
Ease your way into the billion-dollar esports industry in this first of a two-part episode as Dr Caitlin McGee explains what esports are and the common musculoskeletal problems seen in gamers, then walks through how she approaches an initial clinical evaluation. Dr McGee is the co-owner and Performance & Esports Medicine Director of 1HP, a company …
 
Dr Marcie Harris-Hayes joins Drs Dan Chapman and Chelsea Cooman to share her extensive knowledge of hip-related groin pain. We dive into 3 of her papers to get to the bottom of 3 important questions: What counts as hip-related groin pain? Can physical therapy help? Which treatment interventions are most effective for improving function?…
 
New Brunswick’s Kamylle Frenette, world championship bronze medalist and paralympian, joins us to chat about her sport and narrowly missing the podium in Tokyo. We continue with part two of our discussion on Olympic athletes receiving money when they win medals and paralympians don’t, how does that impact para sports? Plus, The Toronto Blue Jays ha…
 
In 2017, the UK Supreme Court’s judgement of Actavis v Eli Lilly created significant change to the way patent infringement is assessed in the UK by introducing a formal doctrine of equivalents. Four years on, Appleyard Lees partners and patent attorneys Adam Tindall and David Walsh, and senior associate and patent attorney Chris Mason discuss the i…
 
2021 has been a big year for trials studying the benefits of different approaches to rehabilitation for rotator cuff–related shoulder pain. Keeping up with the latest research can feel a bit like chasing your tail—today, Professor Lori Michener is here to help! We look at the latest research, explain what it all means, and how to apply it tomorrow …
 
David Smith, a six time Paralympic medalist in Boccia from the United Kingdom, joins us to discuss his career and what it’s like winning a gold medal for the third time at the games! Kelly and Company producer Jeff Ryman joins us to discuss the CFL and preview the NFL season which begins this weekend! How will COVID-19 element affect teams this yea…
 
Join Kate Mahony—sports physical therapist and Head of Performance Health at the New South Wales Institute of Sport—for a post-Olympics wrap-up of the achievements and advocacy of women athletes, clinicians and coaches in sport. Kate shares her tips for supporting women athletes to help them perform at their best and her advice for clinicians who a…
 
As the Tokyo 2020/21 Olympics approach, British wheelchair racing athlete and Paralympic gold medallist Hannah Cockroft discusses her preparation for the games, and the drivers behind innovation in her sport. Hannah is a five-time Paralympic champion, twelve-time world champion, and T34 world record holder for the 100 metre, 200 metre, 400 metre, 8…
 
Can you tell a bone stress reaction from a stress fracture? What is safe cross-training for the athlete with bone stress injury? Dr Stuart Warden returns with Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to map out key principles for rehabilitation of low-risk bone stress injuries: (1) manage load, (2) consider healing supplements, (3) maintain fitness, (4) …
 
Can you tell a bone stress reaction from a stress fracture? What is safe cross-training for the athlete with bone stress injury? Dr Stuart Warden joins Drs Chelsea Cooman and Dan Chapman to map out the key principles for rehabilitation of low-risk bone stress injuries: (1) manage load, (2) consider healing supplements, (3) maintain fitness, (4) add…
 
Delivering quality musculoskeletal rehabilitation practice is a balancing act of art and science. Dr Jason Beneciuk, physical therapist and clinical research scientist at Brooks Rehabilitation and University of Florida, understands the challenges—and he’s here to offer practical solutions. Find the article "What does best practice care for musculos…
 
Concussion can loom as an intimidating and daunting challenge—there’s much to consider from headaches to heart rates, vision to vestibular function. Dr Kathryn Schneider is at the front line of clinical practice and research in return-to-sport after concussion. Today, she shares her tips to help the JOSPT community feel confident, not confused, abo…
 
Dr Tracy Blake joins us from a pre-Olympics training camp to give us an inside look at how she and her high-performance team have supported Canada’s men’s volleyball team to reach Tokyo in peak condition. Lockdowns, travel bubbles, COVID tests, and long stints living out of a suitcase: the life of a pandemic-era team physical therapist.…
 
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