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Next Episode: Trust Me I’m A Physiotherapist, Nils Oudhuis

Nils Oudhuis, creator of Facebook Page ‘Trust me, I’m a Physiotherapist’ talks of his physiotherapist journey and eventual creating of Trust me-ED, a video platform designed to provide deeper knowledge to help improve clinical practice. Experts from around the world provide information on communication skills, exercise therapy, clinical reasoning and evidence based practice.

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Ep.31: Finding The Right Therapist with Mike & Malcolm

Mike James (a.k.a. The Endurance Physio) and Malcolm Sloan (founder of Sports Injury Fix) discuss what runners can do to find a suitably skilled therapist and what therapists can do GET found by runners. The site www.sportsinjuryfix.com is a directory for therapists AND a software system for taking bookings in clinic.

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Ep.29: Tips For Older Runners with Dr Richard Willy

In Episode 29 of Runchatlive, esteemed running researcher Dr. Rich Willy will be talking to us about the changes that runners over 40yrs old can make in order to run with minimum injury whilst maximising performance. This will be a MUST WATCH episode for any runner over 40 years old, and anyone who works with older runners.

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Ep.28: Strength Training with Jason Fitzgerald

Jason Fitzgerald is a USA Track & Field certified coach and author of ‘101 Simple Ways to be a Better Runner’ and ‘Running for Health and Happiness’ (both #1 best-sellers in the running category on Amazon). His website strengthrunning.com. is one of the largest running blogs on the web with over 200,000 readers per month, and has been featured in Runner’s World, Competitor Magazine, USA Today, The Huffington Post, and most other major media. Sounds like the perfect guest to talk about strength training for runners!

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Ep.27: Understanding Pain with Greg Lehman

Many runners are starting to hear/read more frequently that although a particular pain FEELS like it’s coming from e.g. the knee, it’s actually being outputted by the brain & nervous system. An explanation of the significance of this distinction typically follows, but by then all the average runner is thinking is “So you’re saying this pain is in my HEAD?” Needless to say, this can often be harmful for the therapist/runner relationship! 

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Ep.26: Assessing Runners Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson: Physical Therapist, certified triathlon coach, multiple time Kona qualifier talks to us about about the assessment of runners for injury & performance, a topic he will also be addressing as one of the speakers at the ‘RCL International Running Conference 2019’ this October 30/31 in Brighton, UK.

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Ep.25: Future of Shoes with Simon Bartold

Episode 25 of Runchatlive with legendary podiatrist Simon Bartold of Bartold Clinical. 30 years experience of working with elite athletes including four Olympic Games, lectures in 42 countries, worked with Asics for 20 years. This is an episode you do not want to miss!

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Ep.21: Athletic Amenorrhea Tina Muir

Tina Muir talks to us about Athletic Amenorrhea, a condition caused by overtraining in which menstruation becomes irregular or totally ceases. Many female athletes either regard it as a normal part of becoming the best or suffer in silence.

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Ep.20: Wim Hof with Lisa Shabbas

Lisa Shabbas, a plant based athlete & ultrarunner, talks to us about the Wim Hof Method and her use of it in preparation for the UltraMirage100k she will be running in Tunisia this coming September.

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Ep.14: Understanding Pain with Ben Cormack

Ben Cormack of Cor-Kinetic joins us for ‘A Runners Guide To Pain’, the last episode of 2018. When it comes to explaining concepts from modern pain science, Ben is one of our top ‘go to’ guys. Any therapist into evidence based treatment NEEDS to be following Ben.

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