Episode 68 with Talysha Reeve [Exercise Rehab]

In this episode we talked with Talysha Reeve about the considerations Podiatrists should have when providing rehabilitation clinically, how important clinical reasoning is, and whether “just getting strong” was good enough. We also covered the pragmatic approach to rehab in the real world; talking through biopsychosocial considerations, patient adherence, behaviour change and how well rehabilitation lends itself to online/remote consultations.

Audio Podcast of Episode 68:

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About Talysha Reeve:
Talysha Reeve gained her B.App.Sc.(Podiatry) from UWS in 2007 and has a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Rehabilitation from Flinders Univeristy (2015) as well as a Cert IV in Fitness. Talysha has been practicing and working exclusively in sports & musculoskeletal for the last 10years. She owned her own biomechanical & musculoskeletal podiatry clinic in NSW for a little over 6 years however sold the practice last year to relocate to Adelaide to advance career & begin delivering podiatry CPD courses/workshops/lectures in the area of assessment & management of musculoskeletal conditions & movement-based therapies.

Episode 41 with Ben Cormack on Exercise Rehab & Movement


In this episode we talked with the sports therapist, Ben Cormack. We talked about what he believes are the key components to a successful rehab programme (and why they may fail), along with how we promote self efficacy, empower and motivate our patients and the evidence base behind strength work (and the differences between strength and load tolerance).

Audio Podcast:

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About Ben Cormack:
Ben has a passion for getting people moving and using and understanding movement as an important tool to help others. Originally from a fitness background, Ben has gone on to study Sports therapy and widely in the fields of rehabilitation, pain science and movement over the last 15 years. Ben owns and runs Cor-Kinetic, an educational company who use modern research into pain, movement and neuro sciences to provide a reasoning process and rehab skills to those who also place a priority on using movement and exercise as key competencies. Cor-kinetic have provided educational services for the NHS, Elite level sports clubs and universities as well as individual physio’s, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, sports therapists, rehab, and personal trainers.

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