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The Performance Rehabilitation and Strength Training Podcast provides a platform for some of sports medicine's most influential individuals to collaborate. Tune in as some of the field's most well renowned rehabilitation professionals, strength & conditioning coaches, and athletes come together to discuss the integrated world of performance physical therapy and strength and conditioning.
 
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On this episode I sit down with St. Louis Cardinals Rehabilitation Performance Specialist, Dr. Azita Nejaddehghan, to talk about the integration of Physical Therapy and Strength & Conditioning in the sport setting. At the time of recording Azita was a member of Louisiana Tech Football's performance staff, more recently, she took on her current role…
 
On this episode I sit down with Ohio State University Associate Professor of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, Dr. James Onate, to talk about human performance and injury prevention. Dr. Onate outlines his testing measures and parameters, workload monitoring, biomechanical considerations and alterations, seasonal strength training, the importance o…
 
On this episode I sit down with Ohio University Physical Therapy Associate Professor, Dr. Dustin Grooms, to talk about neuroplasticity associated with ACL injuries. Dr. Grooms outlines what is happening at the level of the central nervous system after ACL injury, propcioceptive and mechanical limitations after injury, altering modes of input into t…
 
On this episode I sit down with Complete Sports Rehabilitation Owner/Primary Physical Therapist and AASPT Shoulder SIG Member Chair, Dr. Andrew Naylor, to talk about ulnar collateral ligament disruption in overhead athletes. Dr. Naylor outlines the anatomy of the elbow and common stressors to the UCL, conservative management options, all things Tom…
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Aaron Horschig of Squat University to talk about his squat and deadlift movement screen, as well as arthrokinematics of the involved joints. Aaron outlines his movement assessment prior to initiating treatment, his rationale for specific tests per the athlete/sport, the role of the ankle joint as it pertains to o…
 
On this episode I sit down with Pro Sport Physiotherapist and Clinic Owner, Dave O'Sullivan, to talk about his lower limb progressions system as it pertains to a safe return to sport. Dave outlines his starting points for each athlete on Day 1, the foundation of his systematic approach, identifying movement compensations and addressing them from a …
 
On this episode I sit down with True Sports Physical Therapy Regional Director and Athletes Unlimited Professional Lacrosse Head PT/Medical Coordinator, Tim Stone, to talk about maximizing rehab/return to sport post ACL reconstruction. Tim outlines common graft types and rehab considerations for each, meniscus involvement and its implications, ante…
 
On this episode I sit down with University of Maryland - Baltimore County Director of Sports Performance Coach Brian Amenta to talk about his implementation of the barbell strategy and its effect on athlete monitoring. Coach Amenta outlines the fundamentals of the barbell strategy, the concept of pulling the floor up vs. raising the ceiling, his pr…
 
On this episode I sit down with University of Pittsburgh Assistant Athletic Director of Sports Performance Coach Stephanie Mock to talk about velocity based training and testing metrics. Coach Mock outlines the fundamentals of VBT and athlete considerations prior to implementing, in-season vs. out-of-season use, data and analytics, the value of rea…
 
On this episode I sit down with Coach Tyler Ackerman of Elite Athlete Training Services to talk about training considerations for adolescent athletes. Coach Ackerman outlines his assessment parameters for incoming athletes, challenges with working in the private sector of strength and conditioning, KPIs and markers for programming progressions, saf…
 
On this episode I sit down with Coach Ryan Grubbs of Liberty University to talk about his return to play protocol and metrics for football athletes. Coach Grubbs outlines each phase of his return to play protocol, markers for progression, volume and intensity considerations, training environment considerations, keep the athlete involved with the te…
 
On this episode I sit down with Sydney Masters of the Arizona Diamondbacks to talk about the mental impact of injury and the rehabilitation process. Sydney outlines her role within the Diamondbacks organization as a mental skills coach as it pertains to the rehabilitation process, the identity crisis athletes face when an injury occurs, the importa…
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Diana Wang and Dr. Daisuke Saiki of Open Mat Physio to talk about programming considerations for combat athletes. Diana and Daisuke highlight different martial arts and their physiologic demands, how their assessment is individualized and specific to the athlete's martial art, creating a culture of trust with the…
 
On this episode I sit down with University of North Florida Professor and Strength & Conditioning Coach Dr. Caleb Williams (@doccalebwilliams) to talk about managing acute to chronic workload ratios with an undulating periodization model. Caleb defines acute to chronic workload ratios, how we can use objective data and subjective reports to assess …
 
On this episode I sit down with Head Coach and co-owner of the Powering Through Performance Center, Coach William Wayland (@poweringthrough), to talk about the physiology and practical application of the French Contrast Training Method. William provides insight on the history of contrast training, the principles of post-activation potentiation, how…
 
On this episode I sit down with MiLB Strength & Conditioning Coach Gage Crosgrove (@gacros_) of the Los Angeles Dodgers to talk about how the Dodgers organization transitions players from their Dominican Republic Academy to the United States. Gage also touches on the importance of communication and learning a new language to help the transition pro…
 
On this episode I sit down with Natasha Wilch (@natasha.wilch) of Symphony Rehabilitation and co-founder of Concussion Compass (@concussioncompass) to talk about all things concussion diagnosis, management, and return to sport. Natasha goes into detail about the physiologic disrupt that occurs during a concussion, common MOI, diagnosis and manageme…
 
On this episode I sit down with co-founders of The Movement Physiotherapy (@themvmtpts) and hosts of the PT Coffecast (@ptcoffeecast) and Move Local podcast (@move.local) Will Nicholson (@willpatnick) and Dalton Laino (@dlaino.93) to talk about using our physiotherapy skill sets to self-manage our training lifestyles around the daily grind of runni…
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Regan Wong (@regansportspt - @Regan_SportsPT) of the Texas Rangers (@rangers) to talk about the underlying principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (@dnsrehabilitation) and its integration into the Major League Baseball (@MLB) clinical setting. Regan provides extensive insight on the foundation and origi…
 
On this episode I sit down with Paul Howey (@howeycscs_lmt) of the Atlanta Braves (@braves) to talk about how he integrates manual therapy into his strength and conditioning skill set. Paul provides insight on his decision to pursue licensure as a massage therapist, manual techniques used and the physiologic response he is trying to facilitate, pla…
 
On this episode I sit down with Brad Dinklocker (@braddinklocker) of PRO Motion Physical Therapy (@propt_promotion) to talk about Strength & Conditioning considerations for the Tactical Athlete. Brad provides insight on the different levels of tactical athletes, training around both environmental and physical job demands, considerations for the men…
 
On this episode I sit down with Nicole Dann-Payne (@hungrydieticianrunner) of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (@crimsonhawkfuel) to talk about her role as Director of Sports Performance Nutrition. Nicole provides insight on portion control, nutrient density and timing, supplementation, the effects of alcohol on performance, the effects of caffei…
 
In part two of my golf performance series, I sit down with Jonathan Avalos (@athleticgolffitness) to talk about his role as a Golf Performance Specialist in the private practice setting. Jonathan provides insight on his treatment philosophy, the biomechanical demands of the sport and how his training model addresses those demands, force production,…
 
In part one of my golf performance series, I sit down with Dr. Kevin Dishon (@thegolfdpt) to talk about his role as a Golf Performance Specialist in the private practice setting. Kevin provides insight on his experience working the U.S. Open, the biomechanical demands of the sport and how his training model addresses those demands, kinematic sequen…
 
On this episode I sit down with Coach Aaron Reis (@atr1095) of the Seattle Mariners (@mariners) to talk about his role as the Minor League Performance Coordinator. Aaron provides insight on the organization's programming philosophy, movement prescription and variations, deadlifting variations, the importance of establishing overhead mobility/stabil…
 
On this episode I sit down with Salisbury University Director of Sports Performance and 2018 NSCA College Coach of the Year Award Recipient Coach Matt Nein (@matthewnein) to talk about his role as the Sports Performance Coordinator at Salisbury University. After Matt's introduction, the conversation quickly shifts towards the impact of our decision…
 
On this episode I sit down with Kansas City Royals Assistant Director of Behavioral Science Melissa Lambert (@melrenee7) to talk about the role of a Mental Skills Coach as it pertains to professional baseball. Melissa outlines her role within the Royals organization, the importance of self-awareness as an athlete, how establishing a routine serves …
 
On this episode I sit down with Duquesne University Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Chris Gilman (@c_gilman) to talk about the intricacies of the Duquesne University Athletic Program's high performance model. Chris outlines the foundation of this model and its emphasis on interprofessional collaboration, his role within the model, striving …
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Matt Otteman (@dr_otto_dc) of Curis Functional Health (@curis.southlake) to talk about movement compensation & adaptation and the subsequent joint breakdown that occurs over time. Matt provides insight on his assessment protocol and how he addresses dysfunction using his chiropractic skill set, the body's respons…
 
On this episode I sit down with Tampa Bay Rays Major League Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Joey Greany (@joeygreany) to talk about all things strength and conditioning at the Major League level. Joey provides insight on the demands of the sport at its highest level as it pertains to performance, differences between coaching at the Major Le…
 
In this episode I sit down with Dr. Arash Maghsoodi (@arashxrex) of The Prehab Guys (@theprehabguys) to talk about all things tendinopathy. Arash goes into detail about the etiology of tendinopathy, common causes and locations for the pathology, self-managing degenerative tendons, treatment protocols, and the importance of patient education and act…
 
In this episode I sit down with Dr. Diana Wang (@dr.dianawang) of Open Mat Physio (@openmat_physio) to talk about performance training and rehabilitation for the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athlete. Diana provides insight on her treatment philosophy and its implementation for the grappling athlete, managing volume with her athletes, the importance of commu…
 
In this episode I sit down with the Director of The Professional Baseball Chiropractic Society (@probaseballchiros) Dr. Rick Bishop (@drrickb) to talk about chiropractic care in Major League Baseball. Rick provides insight on his treatment philosophy and its implementation within an MLB clubhouse, the creation and growth of the PBCS, chiropractic's…
 
In this episode I sit down with University of North Florida Professor and Strength & Conditioning Coach Caleb Williams (@doccalebwilliams) to talk about S&C considerations for the overhead athlete and female athlete. Caleb provides insight on his S&C philosophy and its implementation, the structural differences between males and females and the cha…
 
On this episode I sit down with Cincinnati Reds Rehab Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Will Gilmore (@will_gilmore_reds) to talk about hamstring health and maintenance. Will provides insight on the function of the hamstrings as they pertain to baseball, the management of in-season hamstring injuries, the importance of interprofessional collabora…
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Paul Laursen to talk about the science and application of high-intensity interval training (HIIT). An Ironman Triathlon competitor himself, Dr. Laursen currently serves as an elite endurance coach for professional Ironman athletes. Additionally, he is the co-founder of HIIT Science, has published over 135 referee…
 
On this episode I sit down with Dr. Nicole Surdyka to talk about all things ACL injury, risk factors, and risk reduction as they pertain to the soccer athlete. Nicole is a Physical Therapist, Performance Coach, former Division I soccer athlete, and current private clinic owner based out of Los Angeles, CA where she works primarily with athletes. Sh…
 
On this episode of the PRST podcast I sit down with Washington Nationals Head Physical Therapist, Washington Spirit Head Physical Therapist, and Senior Director for INOVA Physical Therapy Centers Dr. Seth Blee (@sethblee) to talk shop about Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) and Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR). Seth dives into th…
 
On this episode of the PRST podcast, I sit down with Georgetown University Director of Sports Performance Dave Terry (@daveterry16) to talk about all things strength and conditioning at the Division I level. Dave and I talk about the values behind Georgetown’s S&C program, movement screening and progressions, programming for various sports, staff d…
 
On this episode of the PRST podcast, I sit down with Kansas City Royals Minor League Rehabilitation Coordinator Justin Hahn (@justin_hahn). Justin and I talk about the prevalence of UCL pathology among pitchers, the implementation of maintenance programs for both pitchers and position players, common restrictions and the subsequent pathologies that…
 
On the first episode of the PRST podcast, I sit down with Chicago White Sox Performance Coordinator Goldy Simmons (@gsimmons88) to talk shop about strength and conditioning in professional baseball. Goldy was able to provide insight on the differences between college and professional S&C, the "WHY" behind his programming philosophy, nutrition, the …
 
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