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The place where Sports Therapy Practitioners can get useful and actionable advice from industry leading experts from sports medicine to psychology to business. Your host is Sports Therapist, Exercise Physiologist and creator of the Sports Therapy Community, Kristian Weaver.
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Starting and then scaling your Sports Therapy clinic can be difficult, but on today’s episode we welcome Ed Pratt, who has done exactly that. Today we are going to be talking about the set up of a Sports Therapy clinic and how Ed has gone on to open multiple clinics.
Having a career as a Sports Therapist and then going on to study a PhD is a mammoth achievement. Today I am speaking with Ashley Jones who has done exactly that.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukTo find out more about Ashley:Twitter: @Ashjones1987
In this episode I speak with Dr Warren Bradley about the benefits of blood flow restriction training and his new clothing brand, Hytro.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukTo find out more about Dr Warren Bradley and Hytro:Website: www.hytro.comInstagram: @Hytro_ and @Warren_HytroReference list:Scott BR, Loenneke JP, Slattery KM, Dascombe BJ. Blood flow restricted exercise for athletes: A review of available evidence. J Sci Med Sport. 2016;19(5):360-367.  Cook CJ, Kilduff LP, Beaven CM. Improving strength and power in trained athletes with 3 weeks of occlusion training. Int J Sports Physiol Perform 9: 166–172, 2014.  Luebbers PE, Fry AC, Kriley LM, Butler MS. The effects of a 7-week practical blood flow restriction program on well- trained collegiate athletes. J Strength Cond Res 28: 2270–2280, 2014.  Yamanaka T, Farley RS, Caputo JL. Occlusion training increases muscular strength in division IA football players. J Strength Cond Res 26: 2523–2529, 2012.  Libardi CA, Chacon-Mikahil MP, Cavaglieri CR, Tricoli V, Roschel H, Vechin FC, Conceicao MS, Ugrinowitsch C. Effect of concurrent training with blood flow restriction in the elderly. Int J Sports Med. 2015;36:395. Vechin FC, Libardi CA, Conceicao MS, Damas FR, Lixandrao ME, Berton RP, Tricoli VA, Roschel HA, Cavaglieri CR, Chacon-Mikahil MP, Ugrinowitsch C. Comparisons between low-intensity resistance training with blood flow restriction and high-intensity resistance training on quadriceps muscle mass and strength in elderly. J Strength Cond Res. 2015;29:1071–6.  Lixandrao ME, Ugrinowitsch C, Laurentino G, Libardi CA, Aihara AY, Cardoso FN, Tricoli V, Roschel H. Effects of exercise intensity and occlusion pressure after 12 weeks of resistance training with blood-flow restriction. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2015;115:2471–80.  Segal N, Davis MD, Mikesky AE. Efficacy of blood flow-restricted low-load resistance training for quadriceps strengthening in men at risk of symptomatic knee osteoarthritis. Geriatr Orthop Surg Rehabil. 2015;6:160–7.  Segal NA, Williams GN, Davis MC, Wallace RB, Mikesky AE. Efficacy of blood flow-restricted, low-load resistance training in women with risk factors for symptomatic knee osteoarthritis. PM R. 2015;7:376–84.  Bryk FF, Dos Reis AC, Fingerhut D, Araujo T, Schutzer M, Cury Rde P, Duarte A Jr, Fukuda TY. Exercises with partial vascular occlusion in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a randomized clinical trial. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2016;24:1580–6.  Giles L, Webster KE, McClelland J, Cook JL. Quadriceps strengthening with and without blood flow restriction in the treatment of patellofemoral pain: a double-blind randomised trial. Br J Sports Med. 2017;0:1–8. Tennent DJ, Hylden CM, Johnson AE, Burns TC, Wilken JM, Owens JG. Blood flow restriction training after knee arthroscopy: a randomized controlled pilot study. Clin J Sport Med. 2017;27:245–52.  Takarada Y, Takazawa H, Ishii N. Applications of vascular occlusion diminish disuse atrophy of knee extensor muscles. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2000;32:2035–9.  
In this episode I talk with Ste Smith about how Sports Therapists can implement better nutritional strategies to support injured athletes.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk To find out more about Ste Smith:Email: info@premier-wellness.co.ukInstagram: @stephen__smithTwitter: @stephensmithPN
In this episode I speak with Naomi Huggins about the challenges and set up of a successful Sports Therapy clinic.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk To find out more about Naomi:Email: naomi@nmsportstherapyclinic.co.ukInstagram: @nmsportstherapy Twitter: @nmsportstherapy
In this episode I speak with Julie Anne Lacroix about being a Sports Therapist in Women’s football.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk  To find out more about Julie:Website: www.jalxsportstherapist.com Instagram: @jalcroix Twitter: @jalcroix
In this episode I speak with Mark Titley about how you can create financial peace of mind going forward in your Sports Therapy career. If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit:www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukIf you want to contact Mark Titley:Contact number: 07701336697Contact email: mark.titley@sjpp.co.uk
In this episode I speak with Jack Clover about the challenges faced by Sports Scientists and Strength and Conditioning coaches when returning a player from injury.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk  To find out more about Jack Clover: Instagram: strength_coachjack Twitter: jack_clover1
In this episode I speak with Chris Redmond, a running strength and conditioning coach and director of the mental health charity, Running Head First.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukTo find out more about Chris Redmond:Websites: www.runningheadfirst.org and www.chrisredmondpt.co.uk
In this episode I speak with Liam Hayes from Train My Athlete to discover the world of monitoring players.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit:www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk  To find out more about Liam Hayes: Email: liam@trainmyathlete.com
In this episode I speak with Megan MacNeill, who talks us through developing your personal brand as a Sports Therapist.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit: www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukFind out more about Megan here:Website: www.relevantbusiness.com.au
In this episode I am joined by Jamie Johnston to discuss pain science and how it impacts upon Sports Therapy practice.If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit www.sportstherapycommunity.co.ukTo find out more about Jamie Johnston:Website: www.themtdc.comFacebook: Jamie M Johnston and @theMTDC1Instagram: @jamiejohnston4 and @themtdcTwitter: @Jamie_MTDC
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In this episode we introduce the podcast and how it is going to provide so much value for you, the Sports Therapist. If you want to Become An Unstoppable Sports Therapist then visit www.sportstherapycommunity.co.uk
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