Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast
By Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast
Mountain Land Running Medicine PodcastFeb 28, 2023
Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathies
Anthony Nasser, B App Sc (Physio), M Sports Physio, PhD of the University of Technology, Sydney is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Nasser is an Australian physiotherapist with nearly 15 years of experience. He has worked extensively as a clinician in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy and has developed a special interest in hip pain over the past 10 years. He recently completed his PhD through La Trobe University in Melbourne which focused on exploring current best practice in the assessment and management of proximal hamstring tendinopathy. Dr. Nasser is currently a lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney in the Graduate School of Health where he teaches in the physiotherapy program and conducts research on hip pain.
Gait asymmetry and running-related injury
Robert Wayner, DPT of Ohio University is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Wayner is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the division of physical therapy, specializing in the management of musculoskeletal injuries and gait-related impairments. Since 2014, he has taught examination and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and evidence-based practice to doctoral physical therapy students. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Dr. Wayner is the director of the Ohio University Gait Laboratory. Through the Gait Lab, he conducts research on clinical and biomechanical factors associated with running-related injury and is currently pursuing his PhD in Translational Biomedical Sciences at Ohio University.
Wayner RA, Robinson R, Simon JE. Gait asymmetry and running-related injury in female collegiate cross-country runners. Phys Ther Sport. 2022 Nov 5;59:1-6. doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.11.001. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36442351.
External Loading of Common Training Drills
Celeste Goodman and Aubree McLeod of ReCORE Fitness in Franklin, TN are our guests for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Celeste Goodson founded ReCORE Fitness in 2010 helping women regain core/pelvic floor strength, stability and function and return to running and high impact sports. Celeste is a Cert. Medical Exercise Specialist & USATF Level 1 Track Coach. She trains recreational to Olympic athletes postpartum and also patented the Maternity/Postnatal FITsplint belly support sold worldwide.
Aubree is an exercise physiologist at ReCORE Fitness. She completed her masters in Exercise Science from BYU and has a clinical focus on pregnancy and postpartum training- working with athletes to strengthen and coordinate the core/pelvic floor post birth.
Goodson C, McLeod AR, Kearns Z, Paquette MR. External loading of common training drills: Ranking drills to design progressive return-to-run programs. Phys Ther Sport. 2022 Nov;58:167-172. doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.10.012. Epub 2022 Oct 30. PMID: 36368150.
Running-style modulation: duty factor and cadence
Anouk Nijs of the Vrije University in Amsterdam is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Anouk is a PhD candidate in the Department of Human Movement Sciences and in the final stages of her PhD research, which focuses on effective instructions and feedback in running, aimed at improved performance, reduced injury risk, and lasting engagement. She is working towards a ‘running buddy’ application that will help runners find their running style through exploration.
Nijs A, Roerdink M, Beek PJ. Running-style modulation: Effects of stance-time and flight-time instructions on duty factor and cadence. Gait Posture. 2022 Oct 7;98:283-288. doi: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2022.10.002. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 36242910.
Running shoes for preventing lower limb running injuries in adults
Nicola Relph, PhD of Edge Hill University in UK is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Relph is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine at Edge Hill University. Her current research focus is musculoskeletal injuries in both active and inactive populations. Dr. Relph has a specific interest in lower-limb injuries in people beginning physical activity for the first time, with focus on injury prevention strategies. She is currently working on a project that will collect prevalence and incidence injury data from novice running participants who undertake the “Couch to 5k” program, and is also conducting research on parkrun, a free weekly 5km event. Dr, Relph is lead author on a Cochrane Review entitled: Running shoes for preventing lower limb running injuries in adults, which is the focus of our discussion today.
Relph N, Greaves H, Armstrong R, Prior TD, Spencer S, Griffiths IB, Dey P, Langley B. Running shoes for preventing lower limb running injuries in adults. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2022 Aug 22;8(8):CD013368. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD013368.pub2. PMID: 35993829; PMCID: PMC9394464.
Running Gait Retraining: A Sports Medicine Training Gap in Family Medicine
Alexander Knobloch, Maj, USAF, MC, MD, CAQSM, FAAFP of Travis Air Force Base in California is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Knobloch is a sports medicine physician at the David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base. He is one of the assistant program directors for the family medicine residency and a core faculty member of the sports medicine fellowship. Dr Knobloch completed medical school at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, family medicine residency at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, and primary care sports medicine fellowship at Fort Belvoir, VA. He enjoys diving into the medical literature and seeking way to optimize rehabilitation programs with a goal of getting family and sports medicine physicians more comfortable talking about and prescribing therapeutic exercises for injury, as well as running gait retraining and how we operationalize this for primary care providers on the front lines of patient care.
Knobloch AC. Running Gait Retraining: A Sports Medicine Training Gap in Family Medicine. Fam Med. 2022 May;54(5):384-388. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2022.405151. PMID: 35536624.
The views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the hosts and guest and do not reflect the official policy or position of the US Government, the Department of Defense, the Department of the Air Force, or the Uniformed Services University.
Running Injury Paradigms and Their Influence on Footwear Design Features and Runner Assessment Methods
Cristine Agresta, MPT, PhD of the University of Washington is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Agresta is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington and Affiliate Faculty in the Department of Kinesiology at Seattle University. Her research focuses on developing assessment and monitoring techniques that improve clinical decision-making regarding athlete care and athletic performance. She has received funding from the Foundation for Physical Therapy, Diadora S.P.A., and adidas AG for her current and previous work.
Agresta C, Giacomazzi C, Harrast M, Zendler J. Running Injury Paradigms and Their Influence on Footwear Design Features and Runner Assessment Methods: A Focused Review to Advance Evidence-Based Practice for Running Medicine Clinicians. Front Sports Act Living. 2022 Mar 9;4:815675. doi: 10.3389/fspor.2022.815675. PMID: 35356094; PMCID: PMC8959543.
Running Medicine Reflections
Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, FAPTA of the University of Wisconsin is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Heiderscheit is the Frederick Gaenslen Professor in Orthopedics and Vice-Chair of Research for the Department of Orthopedics & Rehabilitation. He is the founding Director of the UW Health Runners’ Clinic; Director of Research for Badger Athletic Performance with UW Athletics; and Co-director of the UW Neuromuscular Biomechanics Laboratory. Dr. Heiderscheit’s research is aimed at understanding and enhancing the clinical management of orthopedic conditions, with particular focus on running-related injuries. Support for his research includes the NIH, NFL, NBA and GE Healthcare. He is Editor for the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.
Biomechanical Risk Factors for Running-Related Injury
Dietary Supplement Use in Preadolescent Endurance Runners
Plank Times and Lower Extremity Overuse Injury in Collegiate Track-and-Field and Cross Country Athletes
Trail Running Injury Risk Factors
Biopsychosocial Risk Factors Associated with Pain in Postpartum Runners
Foot Strike Technique and Its Classification at Impact
Predictive Effect of Well-Known Risk Factors and Foot-Core Training in Lower Limb Running-Related Injuries in Recreational Runners
Monitoring Technology In Recreational Runners
Dr. Mayne is a family medicine physician in Northern Ireland, with a specialist interest in lifestyle, sport and exercise medicine. He is passionate about helping people to be less sedentary and more physically active so they can live longer, happier and healthier lives. He can be followed on social media (twitter, instagram) via the handle: @themovingmedic, as well as online at https://themovingmedic.net/<br />
Mayne RS, Bleakley CM, Matthews M. Use of monitoring technology and injury incidence among recreational runners: a cross-sectional study. BMC Sports Sci Med Rehabil. 2021 Sep 28;13(1):116. doi: 10.1186/s13102-021-00347-4. PMID: 34583747; PMCID: PMC8480020.
How Recreational Runners Deal With Injuries
Returning to Distance Running After an Injury
Dr. Hegedus is a Professor and founding program director for the Tufts Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program in Phoenix, AZ. He previously was the Founding Chair of High Point University’s Department of Physical Therapy. He has authored over 85 peer-reviewed publications, a textbook, now in its second edition and translated into 5 languages, and 7 book chapters. Dr. Hegedus has received multiple awards including the American Physical Therapy Association’s James a Gould Excellence in Orthopaedic Teaching Award and a four-time winner of the Excellence in Physical Therapy Teaching award. Dr. Hegedus is a founder and director of Targeted Enhanced Athletic Movement (TEAM), a community-based health and wellness program designed to improve athletic performance and prevent injury in active people.
Injury-Resistant vs. Recently Injured Runners
Information gathered from this podcast can help clinicians in assessing patient recovery time and exercises. You can find more information about Sarah’s first output of her research from the American College of Sports Medicine’s research journal, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE).
Dillon S, Burke A, Whyte EF, O'Connor S, Gore S, Moran KA. Do Injury-Resistant Runners Have Distinct Differences in Clinical Measures Compared to Recently Injured Runners? Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2021 Apr 23. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0000000000002649. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33899779.
Optimal Loading for Preventing and Managing Bone Stress Injuries
Middle School Distance Running
Hip Strength and Prior Injury
Achilles Tendinopathy Rehabilitation
Hamstring Strain Injuries
Running During Pregnancy
Should Adolescents Run Marathons?
Goldman JT, Miller E, Runestad S, Serpa R, Beck J. Should Adolescents Run Marathons?: Youth Marathon Training Injury Epidemiology and Risk Factors. Clin J Sport Med. 2020 Sep 15. doi: 10.1097/JSM.0000000000000870. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32941370.
Measuring Training Load
High Hamstring Tendinopathies
Goom TS, Malliaras P, Reiman MP, Purdam CR. Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: Clinical Aspects of Assessment and Management. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2016 Jun;46(6):483-93. doi: 10.2519/jospt.2016.5986. Epub 2016 Apr 15. PMID: 27084841.<br />
Gluteal Muscle Activity During Running
Dr. Semciw is a physiotherapist and Associate Professor of Allied Health (physiotherapy). He has 55 peer-reviewed publications (49 since 2015, Scopus 07/20). He currently holds a 5-year industry-funded conjoint research position to conduct consumer informed, clinically translatable research at a health service (Northern Health, Victoria, Australia). <br />
Dr Semciw’s major research interests are muscle function in hip-related pain, to inform clinical trials for non-surgical management of hip pain. Dr Semciw is ranked number two in the world and first in Australia for research on hip muscle function (‘buttocks’); and number four in Australia for research on ‘hip joint’ (Expertscape 07/20).
Regulating Shoes for Road Running
Geoff received his bachelor’s and master’s degree in biomedical engineering and has worked professionally as an engineer in the automotive, medical device, and orthopedic research fields. Additionally, he competes internationally as an ultramarathoner. He is a national champion in the 100km and has represented the United States at world championships in the 50km and 100km distances, where he has finished as high as fifth (twice).