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This is a Sports Medicine and Science Podcast series hosted by Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller the Centre Director. Andy is a leading Sports Medicine Physician, having worked with elite sports teams in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the US. His sub-speciality interests are athletic groin pain , biomechanical imaging and running analysis and he is a regular contributer to mainstream media for opinions on doping, injury , performance and injury prevention. He is Director of SCC Sports Medicine, Eu ...
 
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I write a weekly 4 paper research review summary in sports medicine, science, and performance and you can subscribe at www.drandyfranklynmiller.com/reviewThis week I summarise my thoughts on two papers that feature in the review, the first is an excellent meta analysis by Alex Dallaway et al "Age-related degeneration of the lumbar paravertebral mus…
 
I am delighted to talk with Dr Enda King on his recent paper published this year in the American Journal of Sport Medicine "Factors Influencing Return to Play and Second Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Rates in Level 1 Athletes After Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: 2-Year Follow-up on 1432 Reconstructions at a Single Center."Th…
 
I am delighted to talk with Dr Eanna Falvey and Enda King on the background behind our series of papers published in British Journal of Sports Medicine.Eanna is a Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin and Senior Lecturer in Sports Medicine at University College, Cork. A former Irish Amateur Heavyweight boxe…
 
I am delighted to talk with Dr Joe Warne on the background behind his paper published in Journal of Sports Sciences in a discussion around the paper entitled "Kinetic changes during a six-week minimal footwear and gait-retraining intervention inrunners" which features in my next Research Review 153 Sign up here to receive a summary of the paper dra…
 
I am delighted to talk with Assoc Prof Jacob Resch on the background behind his paper published in BMJ Open Sports and Exercise Medicine, in a discussion around the paper entitled "The sensitivity and specificity of clinical measures of sport concussion: three tests are better than one" which features in my next Research Review 132. Sign up here ww…
 
I am delighted to talk with Dr Eanna Falvey on the background behind his paper published in British Journal of Sports Medicine, in a discussion around the paper entitled "Athletic groin pain (part 1): a prospective anatomical diagnosis of 382 patients—clinical findings, MRI findings and patient-reported outcome measures at baseline" which features …
 
I am delighted to talk with Anna Saw on her paper published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine this week, entitled "Monitoring the athlete training response: subjective self-reported measures trump commonly used objective measures: a systematic review " which features in my Research Review 112. We talk about the both subjective and objective…
 
I am delighted to talk with Ryan Timmins on the background behind this paper published in Sports Medicine, in a discussion around the paper entitled " Is There Evidence to Support the Use of the Angle of Peak Torque as a Marker of Hamstring Injury and Re-Injury Risk? " which features in my Research Review 111. We talk about the mechanism of hamstri…
 
I am delighted to talk with Prof Kim Bennell on the background behind her paper published in the JAMA, entitled "Effect of Physical Therapy on Pain and Function in Patients With Hip Osteoarthritis. A Randomized Clinical Trial. " which features in my Research Review 110. We talk about the paper in detail in how to design and recruit patients in a pl…
 
In a discussion around the paper entitled "Athletic groin pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of surgical versus physical therapy rehabilitation outcomes " which features in my Research Review 107. I am delighted to talk with Enda King on the background behind his paper published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in 2015.We talk abo…
 
I am delighted to talk with Prof Jens Bangsbo on the background behind this paper published in the Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, in a discussion around the paper entitled "Inhaled Beta2-agonist Increases Power Output and Glycolysis during Sprinting in Men. " which features in my Research Review 106, . We talk about the metabolism of musc…
 
In a discussion around the paper entitled "Profiling the Training Practices and Performance of Elite Rowers. " which features in my Research Review 105. I am delighted to talk with Jacquie Tran on her paper published in the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. We talk about the Internal and external load, the physiology of ro…
 
I talk with Vern Gambetta on the pool deck in Portland, Oregon about strength and power training, periodisation and timing of dry land training for swimming. We cover 'go to' exercises, the role of multi chain single arm symmetry lifts, the need to prepare to swim, not swim to prepare and also touch on the performance benefits of rate of force deve…
 
In a discussion around his paper entitled "The energy cost of sprint running and the role of metabolic power in setting top performances" which features in my Research Review 103. I am delighted to talk with Professor di Prampero on the background behind this paper published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology. We talk about the calculati…
 
I discuss the paper entitled "A comparison of methods to determine bilateral asymmetries in vertical leg stiffness" published in Journal of Sports Sciences which featured in my Research Review 103Sean Maloney is completing his PhD at the University of Bedfordshire and is also a strength and conditioning coach working in junior badminton in particul…
 
I discuss the paper entitled "Whole body mechanics differ among running and cutting maneuvers in skilled athletes" published in Gait and Posture which featured in my Research Review 102 Kate completed her PhD and is working at University of Southern California in the United States and has research interests in change of direction of athletes in bot…
 
I discuss the paper entitled "Transfer effect of strength and power training transfer effect of Strength and Power training to the sprinting kinematics of International Rugby Players" published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research which featured in my Research Review 99 which you can access here http://eepurl.com/bsZPBvMatt is worki…
 
I discuss with Rob Lynall, from University of North Carolina his paper "Acute Lower Extremity Injury Rates Increase following Concussion in College Athletes" published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Medicine. This paper featured in my Research review 101 which you can link to here http://eepurl.com/bufWu1We discuss the increase in i…
 
In a discussion around his paper entitled "Monitoring locomotor load in soccer: is metabolic power, powerful?" which features in my Research Review 99. I am delighted to talk with Martin on the background behind this paper published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine. We talk about the reliability of GPS, the measure of power and the u…
 
We discuss in this episode a paper I reviewed in Research Review 100 by Isabel Moore from Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK. "Reduced oxygen cost of running is related to alignment of the resultant GRF and leg axis vector: A pilot study" has been published online in The Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. We talk about the ter…
 
We discuss in this episode the paper I reviewed in Research Review 98 by Bart Dingenen from KU University, Leuven. "Can two-dimensional video analysis during single-leg drop vertical jumps help identify non-contact knee injury risk? A one-year prospective study" has been published online in Clinical Biomechanics and we discuss the impact on clinica…
 
Part of a series following the paper review in my weekly subscription email bulletin Based on the Paper in Research Review 97 entitled " Lower extremity strength ratios of professional soccer players according to field position" in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 2015 29(5) 1220-1226. We discuss with the first author reading the b…
 
This week I speak to Dr Adam Semciw @ASemciw about his paper " Gluteal Muscle function and Size in Swimmers" which features in this weeks review 96 www.drandyfrankynmiller.com/reviewIn this new series of Podcasts, I expand on my weekly email research review. In that I review 4 papers on Sports Medicine, Science and rehabilitation and performance an…
 
I am joined by Enda King, Head of Performance Rehabilitation at Sports Surgery Clinic, Dublin - We talk about his PhD studies into ACL post reconstruction biomechanics, the mechanics of coaching a cutting manoeuvre and the multi disciplinary team and some of the research coming out of SSC. Practical tips on coaching the cut with progressions and un…
 
A fantastic interview with Kieran Foy, Strength and Conditioning Coach at NTC, Tennis Canada gives an insight into some of the screening, LTAD and training demands of young tennis players and also touches on the single and multi sport debate and training opportunity windows. Kieran blogs at www.unchainedfitness.com and is on twitter @unchained_fit…
 
At the Sports Surgery Clinic, we are working with our back pain patients to deliver a strength training programme focussing on deadlift and multifidus and erector spinae strength with success. This podcast discusses with Neil Welch, Head of S and C at the Sports Surgery Clinic and Jay Farrant, S and C Coach the programme, reasoning and some of its …
 
In this podcast , Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller will highlight why the terminology to date makes understanding athletic groin pain frustrating, and how utilising 3D Biomechanics we can begin to get new insights into the driving mechanisms underlying it. This also highlights why surgical intervention can only at best allow a short term improvement…
 
This podcast talks about the variety of conditions masquerading as exertional lower limb pain and about how these can be diagnosed and more importantly treated without recourse to Surgery. Using Video re-education and simply technique changes Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller and team have successfully treated over 400 patients with this condition…
 
Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller discusses Running Re-education with John Foster at Sports Surgery Clinic Running lab. Covering Patient Case Example and moving through the Spring mass model and then to minimalist shoes and the Running re-education course plansOleh Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller Sports Medicine
 
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