Top 3 most popular BJSM podcasts of ALL TIME

The year in BJSM podcasts is off to a good start. “Knowledge translation in sports physiotherapy: moving research into practical use” (with Dr Michael Skovdal Rathleff, Dr Dylan Morrissey and Dr. Christian Barton) had 1000 listens in just 24 hours. We have lots more to look forward to in 2016. Stay tuned – new podcasts […]

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BJSM Podcasts – a year in review

Fridays are good days. We hope BJSM podcasts add to that feeling. 2015 marked an exciting year for sports physio / sports medicine podcasts. We loved listening to our colleagues’ podcasts – Jack Chew Physio Matters, Adam Meakins (@AdamMeakins), James MacDonald, the MACP, the Naked Physio and Dr Andy Frankyn-Miller. @BJSM_BMJ will feature on Karen […]

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The 7 most common injuries and illnesses seen at major multisport games

LIVE FROM THE CLOSING CEREMONY! By Team England Sports Physicians: Paul Dijkstra & Noel Pollock (@DrPaulDijkstra / @DrNoelPollock) **Podcast with Dr Paul Dykstra sharing the UKAthletics Model for providing integrated (clinicians & coaches/S&C) – click here) Tonight is the closing ceremony of what has been an amazing 20th Commonwealth Games here in Glasgow; the most […]

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The 5 most popular BJSM Podcasts in 2011

ACL injuries, lower limb injuries, neck pain, tendons and ultrasound in sports medicine practice were the chart busters in the 2nd half of 2011. Over 4000 listeners monthly enjoy the 35 BJSM podcasts available now. And we continue to add to the list. We are very open to your suggestions as to whom to interview […]

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Is the global movement ‘tipping’? Exercise IS medicine

Three exciting updates from the frontlines of health promotion through physical activity. First, congratulations to Professor Steven Blair for winning the Bloomberg Manulife Prize for the Promotion of Active Health. This international competition celebrates a researcher whose work promises to broaden understanding of how physical activity, nutrition or psychosocial factors influence personal health and well-being. Professor […]

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Summit on Electrocardiogram (ECG) Interpretation in Athletes – Seattle, Feb 13-14, 2012

Guest blog by Jon Drezner, Sports Cardiology Senior Associate Editor A Summit on Electrocardiogram (ECG) Interpretation in Athletes is being held in Seattle on February 13-14, 2012.  The meeting is sponsored by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) in partnership with the Pediatric & Congenital Electrophysiology Society (PACES), European Society of Cardiology Sports […]

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Fit is not actually ‘vs.’ Fat – Guest Blog by Professor Timothy Noakes

On Monday the Guardian published It’s not obesity that’s killing us – it’s the lack of exercise. Inspired by research presented at UKSEM (see also Blair Physical inactivity: the biggest public health problem of the 21st century, and BJSM Warmup 2011; 45), the Guardian exhorted us to focus less on obesity and more on physical […]

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via New York Times – the challenge of patients demanding inappropriate MRIs

The New York Times is a great source of sports medicine news and Gina Kolata‘s article about inappropriate use of MR requires little editorializing. My feeling is that although some doctors diagnose by MR instead of via cognitive processes, that is NOT the problem in sports and exercise medicine. See Chris Milne’s recent lucid description […]

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Rapid return to activity after ankle injury

The topic of a new BJSM podcast is Ankle sprains and rehabilitation, with human movement specialist Evert Verhagen. He addresses accurate diagnosis, whether to tape or brace (and when), principles of return to sport, and issues of cost-effectiveness. This podcast is geared to clinicians treating patients after ankle sprain  — and preventing these injuries in the […]

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