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076 – Justin Richardson – Volunteering your time and services as an allied health professional

Justin is a Physiotherapist from Sydney who has worked within many sporting settings throughout his career so far. One of today’s biggest issues in allied health and sport is the constant battle between opportunity and developing further experience and the level of commitment and remuneration. Often there are volunteer positions advertised for health professionals with …

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075 – Adrian D’Costa – The Freshman Physio explains how to analyze research as well as apply the filter of the person in front of you

Adrian is a Physiotherapist from Sydney who now lives and practices in London. He and Colin (a Physiotherapist from Vancouver, Canada) are the men behind The Freshman Physio, which is an online resource for allied health professionals aimed at bridging the gap between uni, evidence, and practice to create better clinicians! We talked about the …

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Bryan Robertson

074 – Bryan Robertson – Sports Physiotherapy or Neurophysiology & Parkour?

Bryan Robertson is a Physiotherapist who is passionate about working with sporting clubs, coaches, and surgeons. He has a particular interest in the management of ACL injuries, incorporating more than just your standard strength and conditioning principles! We talked about the importance of communication with players and coaches, the experience you can gain from sitting …

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072 – Yves Silveira – Perseverance through Setbacks and Burnout

Yves could be forgiven for giving up on becoming a Physiotherapist after missing out on 3 separate occasions. He instead chose to tackle these setbacks head-on and eventually made his way into his dream degree. However, after getting into Physiotherapy and graduating, Yves worked himself to the point where he faced the dreaded burnout of …

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071 – Daniel Monteleone – My journey of chronic pain, as a patient, and as a health professional

071 – Daniel Monteleone – My journey of chronic pain, as a patient, and as a health professional Daniel was 5 years into his career as a Podiatrist, before getting injured and needing assistance himself. The circumstances which followed his injury highlighted how much we as health professionals can impact someone’s recovery, both negatively and …

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070 – Rush Savla – Leading a team and community through COVID-19

070 – Rush Savla – Leading a team and community through COVID-19 While restrictions are beginning to ease in Australia, the COVID-19 situation is far from over on the global stage. Rush is a Physiotherapist from London and joins us on the podcast to share what life is like under strict lockdown laws. Listen in …

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10001 – “I almost left Podiatry” – Ft Melissa Zacharia

052 – “I almost left Podiatry” – Ft Melissa Zacharia Why Mel almost left Podiatry and how she built momentum to regain her passion and motivation. Mel is heading into her 10th year as a Podiatrist, but after just 3 years, she almost left to become a Nurse! Hear how she went searching for more …

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