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Answering all your physical therapy, fitness, strength and conditioning, sports performance, and career advice questions. Join me, Lenny Macrina, Dave Tilley, Dan Pope, Mike Scaduto, Lisa Russell, Kevin Coughlin, Diwesh Poudyal, and others from my team at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance in Boston, MA and learn how we help people feel better, move better, and perform better. Ask your questions at http://mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.
 
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BFR, or blood flow restriction training, is a great tool to add to your physical therapy clinic. It isn't super complicated to learn, my online BFR course will show you everything you need. Here are some tips on getting started with using BFR with patients. Full show notes: https://mikereinold.com/getting-started-with-bfr-training Click Here to Vie…
 
Physical therapy programs often don't teach advanced strength and conditioning concepts. This leads to many PT's obtaining their Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, or CSCS, certification through the NSCA. While I don't think you "need" this to work with athletes, here are some pros and cons to consider. To see full show notes and more,…
 
One of the more common cues I see during shoulder exercises is to pinch your scaps together. I've never completely understood how this started, but it is something we see almost daily. In general, we tend to want to allow the scapula to move to position the arm. But is it ever a good idea to pinch your scaps together? Full Show Notes: https://miker…
 
A common question we get from our athletes is when to fit conditioning into their training program. Our answer may differ based on their goals, but in general, we do follow some principles. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/when-is-the-best-time-to-perform-conditioning Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to lea…
 
Wow. 300 episodes. That's 6 years of podcasts! We really can't believe that it's been that long. To celebrate our 300th episode, we hosted a live Q&A with special discounts and prizes for listeners. There were so many great questions, we really had a blast. We announced that a bunch of my courses, Dave Tilley's courses, and Dan Pope's courses are o…
 
As rehabilitation specialists, patients come to us all the time looking to get back to their activities after an injury. Typically, our job is to help them achieve their goal. But is there ever a time that we should advise them they need to stop? To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/should-we-ever-tell-patients-to-avoid…
 
Rehabilitation protocols are something that we think are very important to assure people are progressing as quickly and safely as possible after a surgery. But sometimes the protocol you get from the physician seems too conservative. In this episode, we talk about some reasons why that may occur, and what you can do about it. To see full show notes…
 
Blood flow restriction training has been shown to be a safe and effective technique that has been performed for years. The American Physical Therapy Association considers BFR to be within the scope of practice of physical therapists, but the state of New York has recently stated that it is not. In this episode, we talk about this disappointing news…
 
Many physical therapists want to work in sports and fill their schedule with athletes. But realistically, most outpatient orthopedic clinics don't treat just athletes, even if the word "sports" is in their name! Here's how to find a clinic that is more involved with sports physical therapy, and what to do to see more athletes in a typical outpatien…
 
We've all had the patient that comes in with low back pain and a huge lateral shift. It looks so uncomfortable! In this week's podcast we talk about why this occurs, and some treatment suggestions. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/treating-low-back-pain-with-a-lateral-shift Click Here to View My Online Courses Want …
 
A common theme right now is "there is no such thing as good or bad" movements. I agree with this, to an extent, but certainly not all the time. Many people still recommend identifying poor movements and trying to correct them. But what do you do when someone moves poorly but has no pain with the movement? To see full show notes and more, head to: h…
 
People often recommend bracing your core while weightlifting, and sometimes even during athletic movements. But should you always do this? Are there times when this could be disadvantageous? To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/bracing-your-core-when-lifting Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from m…
 
Return to sport testing after ACL reconstruction is important to assure the athlete is prepared to return. But, sometimes testing just looks at the basics and doesn't get a clear picture of the athlete's functional capabilities. Here's what we do at Champion. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/return-to-sport-testing-…
 
Flat thoracic spines have drawn more attention recently, but should we be that focused on this? Here are our thoughts on how to handle a flat thoracic spine. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/managing-flat-thoracic-spine Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online cours…
 
It's not uncommon to have wrist pain while in a weightbearing position during exercises like push ups and handstands. Here's some reasons why, and what to do about it. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/wrist-pain-while-weight-bearing Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of…
 
We all know that working on load progressions is an important part of therapy and training, but not everyone has access to equipment to properly load people. Luckily, there are things you can do to progressively load people with minimal equipment. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/progressive-loading-with-minimal-equ…
 
The biggest complication after shoulder stabilization surgery is a loss of motion. Here's how we deal with that in our patients. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/working-with-tight-shoulders-after-surgery Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my websit…
 
Ankle dorsiflexion can be limited for a variety of reasons. If you're having trouble gaining dorsiflexion mobility, check out this episode. To see full show notes and more, head to: https://mikereinold.com/improving-a-stubborn-loss-of-ankle-dorsiflexion-mobility Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of on…
 
How to help athletes with specific sport goals but focusing on training both general and specific athletic qualities. For full show notes, please visit: https://mikereinold.com/helping-athletes-reach-specific-sport-goals/ Click Here to View My Online Courses Want to learn more from me? I have a variety of online courses on my website! Support the s…
 
Should you use assistants and aides in your cash-based practice? Maybe, but it depends on your model and a few other factors. Support the showMike Reinold: Physical Therapist and Performance Enhancement Specialist
 
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