The Ask Mike Reinold Show
Our weekly podcast for physical therapists and fitness professionals where we answer YOUR questions about physical therapy, strength and conditioning, sports performance, career advice, and more. Do you have a question you want us to answer?
THE #1 RANKED PHYSICAL THERAPY PODCAST
Isometrics can be an important part of a treatment program designed for tendinopathies, helping with a reduction in pain and return to activity. But many people seem to be overly relying on them.
In this podcast we talk about what we know about the use isometrics for tendinopathies, and how they can fit into a well-designed rehabilitation program using other types of contracts as well.
Restoring full knee extension after ACL reconstruction surgery is one of the most important goals in the early phase of rehabilitation.
In this podcast episode, we talk about why people sometimes lose extension range of motion, and some of our tips on what to do when this occurs.
About the Show
Welcome to the Ask Mike Reinold Show, our #1 ranked weekly podcast where we answer YOUR questions! Join myself, Lenny Macrina, Dave Tilley, Dan Pope, Mike Scaduto, Lisa Russell, Diwesh Pudyal, and others from my team at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance in Boston, MA
Ask us anything related to physical therapy, strength and conditioning, sports performance, career advice, and more, and be sure to catch up on the hundreds of episodes with millions of downloads!
I want you to have a candid experience with us, and feel part of the team as we sit around and talk. To me, this is where the best learning occurs – when you just sit around and discuss. All of our episodes are unscripted and unfiltered.
Hosted by Mike Reinold
Award-winning clinician, researcher, and author in the field of sports physical therapy and performance training.
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