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Great Expectations Part 5 – OA with Anthony Teoli

Our Great Expectations series has really gained momentum this week with the addition of Stuart Warden’s excellent piece on bone stress injuries and we have another cracker for you today! Top physio and research Anthony Teoli has written about osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee for us before and studied OA and walking biomechanics. He’s also […]

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Great Expectations Part 4 – Bone Stress Injury with Stuart Warden

Our Great Expectations series has been really popular with over 2000 reads already! Next in the series we have a bit of a hero of mine! Professor Stuart Warden is a Physical Therapist, researcher and deputy editor for BJSM. His paper on bone stress injuries in runners (Warden et al. 2014) is one of my […]

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Great Expectations Part 3 – ACL reconstruction with Rich Norris

Our friend and fellow physio Rich Norris joins us in Part 3 of this series to talk about expectations following ACL reconstruction. Rich is a knee specialist in one of our recommended clinics and has created thekneeresource.com a fantastic website with a great collection of videos and resources. Follow Rich on Twitter via @thekneeresource and […]

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Great Expectations Part 2 – Hamstring Injury with Jack Hickey

Jack Hickey joins us today for the second part of our Great Expectations series to discuss typical expectations following a hamstring muscle injury. Jack is fresh from presenting his excellent hamstring research at Sports Congress in Copenhagen. His work alongside a great team in the research group at ACU is changing how we manage these […]

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Great Expectations Part 1 – Achilles Tendinopathy

A patient’s expectations and our own as health professionals can have a profound effect on rehab. Both physios and patients can have unrealistic expectations and become frustrated by slow progress and side-tracked by supposed ‘quick fixes’. This raises a question though, what are realistic expectations following injury? I don’t┬ábelieve we’ve really established what we should […]

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