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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.
 
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Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

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Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

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The United States has become synonymous with empire and endless war, American troops sit in 70% of the world’s countries, and yet, most Americans don’t know that. The military is joined disproportionately by a ‘warrior caste’ whom carry this enormous burden, making a less diverse force and ensuring most of society doesn’t see their sacrifice. And American tax dollars, funding hundreds of billions in unnecessary spending on global hegemony, are robbed from the domestic needs of ordinary Ameri ...
 
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We give our most recent Ukraine update, including Finland / Sweden joining NATO, the entire lack of tracking or accountability for the huge deluge of weapons entering Ukraine, Poland providing T-72 tanks to Ukraine (replaced by M1 Abrams tanks from the U.S.), and acknowledging that not every country in the world has jumped on the Ukraine good, Russ…
 
The ground feels like it's forever shifting for clinicians who work with runners—whether you work with high performance athletes, or the person who likes to run for physical and mental health a few times a week—in this intersection between technology, marketing, biomechanics and health. It can be hard to know where the research is at, and how to te…
 
Bill speaks to film programmer, broadcaster, writer, podcaster and festival director Anna Bogutskaya about her many endeavors in film culture, from co-founding The Final Girls collective and programming for BFI Southbank to serving as director of Underwire Festival, producing podcasts and recording Blu-Ray audio commentaries. Topics include: THE WI…
 
When working with a patient who has femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI), knowing how and when to work with an orthopaedic surgeon can feel daunting. Dr. Travis Maak puts your mind at ease today as he chats with Dan and Chelsea to share the surgeon's perspective. Dr Maak is a strong proponent of multidisciplinary practice—he’s a big fan of p…
 
It is sometimes difficult to know what the best approach is for preventing and treating shoulder injuries in athletes. Enter, the 2022 Bern Consensus Statement on Shoulder Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Return to Sport—a paper that delivers a flexible, principle-based approach that you can implement with any athlete in any sport. Today, the…
 
Investigative journalist Pat Elder from www.militarypoisons.org joins Henri and guest co-host Eric Morris for a discussion on all things PFAS contamination (including what it is, if you’re unfamiliar.) Pat Elder is an investigative journalist tracking how the military contaminates people and the planet. Pat’s focus is on documenting the harm caused…
 
“Help! I’ve tried everything—nothing has worked!” When the exasperated patient in front of you tells you that she has tried all the treatments for Achilles tendinopathy to no avail, where do you go? Specialist sports physiotherapist and clinician researcher, Dr Ebonie Rio, brings her trademark pragmatic approach to JOSPT Insights, as she shares top…
 
In part 1 of this 2-part series on post-exertion symptom exacerbation, Dr Todd Davenport explained what post-exertion symptom exacerbation is, what it feels like, and how to test and monitor it. In part 2, we dive into pacing - the less is more approach to managing post-exertion symptom exacerbation that will challenge you to think differently abou…
 
Bill speaks to novelist and film critic/historian Kim Newman about some of his many endeavors. Topics include: NIGHTMARE MOVIES, originality in horror, SOMETHING MORE THAN NIGHT, audio commentaries, Carlos Clarens’ ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE HORROR FILM, gatekeepers, toxic fandom, LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH and how a unique series of quirks in th…
 
How prepared are you to support someone who is living with post-exertion symptom exacerbation? Dr Todd Davenport wants to start a conversation about re-imagining the way most of us have thought about fatigue, physical activity and exercise. Tune in to learn more about post-exertion symptom exacerbation, including what it feels like, and how to test…
 
Dr. Jeffrey Kaye returns to the podcast to discuss both the censorship of U.S. mail initiated during the Korean War to prevent materials from Communist-believed sources from reaching Americans, along with Dr. Kaye’s work evaluating torture victims applying for asylum. Main website: https://www.fortressonahill.com Let me guess. You’re enjoying the s…
 
Returning to work after work-related injury often throws up some curveballs. Beyond the usual health care practitioners, there are multiple stakeholders who are invested in the person's care. Outside pressures, and factors specific to the person's situation and work requirements also demand careful attention. That’s where the clinical practice guid…
 
What happens when the athlete is not taking in sufficient energy to meet the demands of day-to-day life, including training and performance? Today, endocrinologist and sports physician, Dr Kathryn Ackerman, explains what relative energy deficiency in sport is, expands the female athlete triad of energy intake, bone health and menstrual function, an…
 
Matthew Hoh, frequent guest of FOH and anti-war scholar / activist, joins us to discuss his running for U.S. Senate in the Green Party of North Carolina. We then give you a preview of Matt’s Episode Zero discussion, where we discuss early experiences in Matt’s life that led him to becoming anti-war. Tomorrow night, March 24th, at 8pm EST (5pm PST),…
 
How long will it take for my whiplash symptoms to improve? In this episode, Dr Michele Sterling helps answer that important question. She shares the basics of whiplash: diagnosis and mechanisms, key factors to consider when determining prognosis, and planning treatment. Learn more about assessing pain-related disability and hyperarousal symptoms, a…
 
Jovanni Reyes, About Face member and anti-war activist, joins us to discuss the situation in Ukraine. We discuss Ukrainian history from 2014 through now and how the West is using it as an attempt to give Russia its own “Afghanistan”, the media comparing the invasion to uniquely different than American interventions of the Middle East while malignin…
 
Over the past decade, the way clinicians and researchers understand patellofemoral pain—what causes it and how to manage it—has evolved from a focus on the biomechanics of joint alignment and posture to embracing a more rounded biopsychosocial model of musculoskeletal pain. Tune in as Professors Bill Vicenzino and Michael Rathleff share the results…
 
BYE BYE CELLULOID is back, and so is former show guest J.P. DISCISCIO, whose recent short film POOR GLENNA has been making the rounds internationally at film festivals. For this episode, J.P. and Brad have each made a list of film books that impacted them, and they take turns discussing their picks — with plenty of digressions along the way: the la…
 
Eric Morris from Catholics Against Militarism joins Henri to discuss the ongoing deluge of media coverage of the situation in Ukraine, far surpassing anything the mainstream media says about much more severe, western-driven conflicts, such as Yemen, Syria, or Afghanistan. Main website: https://www.fortressonahill.com Let me guess. You’re enjoying t…
 
The words of the Irish poet and Nobel Prize laureate Seamus Heaney frame the key message for today’s episode: “If you have the words, there’s always a chance that you’ll find the way.” Dr Lindsey Plass draws on her own experience managing femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, as well as a decade of clinical experience, to share her top tips for co…
 
Bill speaks to author and magazine publisher/editor Michael J. Weldon about his many endeavors, from drumming with Cleveland proto-punk act Mirrors and reviewing movies for Cle, to Psychotronic, his photocopied, hand-written fanzine that lead to books like the influential PSYCHOTRONIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FILM, the long-running PSYCHOTRONIC VIDEO magazi…
 
Despite the excellent benefits of knee replacement surgery for reducing pain and improving knee function, people are just as physically inactive after surgery as they were before. If it's not an issue of knee symptoms and function, then what's going on? Dr Daniel White, physical activity and osteoarthritis (OA) expert from the University of Delawar…
 
Dr Luciana de Michelis Mendonça realized very early on in her physical therapy career that something wasn't quite right in the sports physical therapy arena; very few of her women colleagues progressed through the ranks of general training to the specialist field of sports, and even fewer worked at the top level of sports, especially with elite or …
 
Tactical athletes work and cope with injury in complex and often changing environments. In today’s episode, Dr John J Fraser shares his expertise and advice on working with tactical athletes, such as military, fire, and police. He explains the most common injuries, what makes a tactical athlete different than other athletes, how musculoskeletal reh…
 
Frozen shoulder is an enigma characterized by uncertainty, pain, stiffness and disability. It is difficult for patients and clinicians to know how best to manage the symptoms and what is the likely prognosis. In today’s episode, Part 2 of a 2-part series, Prof Jeremy Lewis gives us the low-down on the best evidence for treating frozen shoulder. Man…
 
Frozen shoulder is an enigma characterized by uncertainty, pain, stiffness and disability. It is difficult for patients and clinicians to know how best to manage the symptoms and what is the likely prognosis. In today’s episode, Part 1 of a 2-part series, you’ll hear ideas about how you might approach assessing a painful and stiff shoulder, and how…
 
Matt Hoh joins me to discuss some of the frustrating aspects regarding stats and studies of veteran and active duty suicide, to include a historical discussion highlighting the commonality of mental health problems, homelessness, and substance abuse following a few major U.S. wars. (This is a preview of a Patrons only bonus episode. To hear the res…
 
Professor Nicola Phillips is here to guide us through how to best load the upper extremity after injury. She shares her expertise on how rehabilitation professionals can change the way we prescribe functional exercise to maximize the benefits of how patients learn. She also provides insight into considerations for both short- and long-term programm…
 
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…
 
Editing note (1-9-22): the original file for this episode was incorrect. It’s now been fixed. Keagan and I decided to give you our ideas for the new year, to include some of our favorite episodes from 2021. The state of the pandemic, the withdrawal from Afghanistan, and even a few positive thoughts are just a few things we have in store for you. En…
 
For anyone who follows this podcast, it’s never a surprise when you hear the words “I don’t know.” Not due to a gap in knowledge of any kind or the question being one of an odd variety, but because it simply lives behind this giant wall of silence called the U.S. classification system. The Korean War has been over since 1953 and yet, we still don’t…
 
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…
 
Kyle Anzelone from Conflicts of Interest stops by to discuss a new report from the New York Times discussing how Delta Force members, working as part of a drone strike cell during the ISIS offensive in Syria, caused so many civilian casualties that their fellow strike cell compatriots (CIA, USAF Intelligence, State Dept) turned them in. We also tak…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Spencer Ackerman joins the podcast to discuss his new book “REIGN OF TERROR: How The 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump.” We discuss the presence of war crimes in the post 9/11 era as features, not aberrations, of American foreign policy, the search for the “service” in military service, and America’s ongoing love affair with using mi…
 
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.…
 
Today, Keagan and I will be talking with Lisa Ling, a former intel analyst and whistleblower who worked with drones. She’s the one of the subjects of National Bird, the award winning documentary on former drone unit members that included Daniel Hale (the handsome fella gracing our episode thumbnail today) and several other drone whistleblowers. Ple…
 
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…
 
Tom Secker is here to talk with us about The Rock, the 1996 film starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage, and Ed Harris. A rogue U.S. Marine general, in command of a squad of special ops marines, takes a group of tourists hostage on Alcatraz Island, the former Civil War Fort and notorious prison where Al Capone, among many others, were imprisoned.Main …
 
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…
 
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?…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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