Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: Trevor’s Success Story

Trevor developed PHT 9 months ago after elevating his speedwork too quickly. After a misdiagnosis and ineffective treatment, Trevor eventually found himself on the path to success.  Book a free 20-min physio chat here Click here to learn more about the P

Talking About the Festive Flare-Up

In this episode, Brodie discusses the reasons why your Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy can be flared up around the festive season.  Book a free 20-min physio chat here Click here to learn more about the PHT video course & to receive your 50% discount

Are You Scared to Progress Your Exercises?

We cover two very common scenarios: 1.) I am scared to progress because I have pain even doing bodyweight exercises 2.) I am scared to progress because heavy exercises has flared me up in the past Brodie helps reassure these 2 scenarios along with practic

Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: Amy’s Success Story

Amy developed Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in late 2020 and has been battling with the ups and downs of recovery ever since. Recently, she has changed her rehabilitation routine and running approach and has seen tremendous gains. On the episode today,

Q&A: Pain Behind Knee/Max Deadlift Calculations/Cross Training/Pain Guidelines

This episode addresses the following PHT questions: My hamstring pain is right behind the knee. Should I go through the same exercise and recovery regimen as PHT? How do you determine the max weight you should use for a specific exercise (is there a c

Q&A: Combining Rehab & Run Days/Flare-up Plans/Sciatica Symptoms/Finding a Good PT

This episode addresses the following PHT questions: When you realize you have pushed past your “adaptation zone”, for example, on a longer, faster run than intended, what is the best post workout plan?  Do you run on your off days or strength days othe

What you need to understand about muscle cramping

The severity of muscle cramping varies along with its duration. It has been exceedingly difficult to study the treatments for cramps in a clinical setting because of it’s unpredictability. I shared an article from Maughan & Shirreffs (2019) who attempted to uncover the causes and treatment of exercise induced muscle cramps. It seems there are […]

Q&A: Flare-up Confusion/Measuring Progress/Chronic Pain Susceptibility/Preventing PHT

This episode addresses the following PHT questions: What makes PHT seemingly come back out of nowhere? Is the treatment different for this recurrence? With this being such a slow-healing injury, how do you measure week-to-week progress? Are there markers

How to keep your tendons healthy when returning to the gym

Hopefully by now you can recognize the importance of strength training. In fact, all runners should be doing some form of strength work throughout their training to improve their performance. But there might be situations that require extended time off your gym work. For example, going on holidays or spending all of your time running […]

How To Mentally Set Up Your Road To Recovery

When you are injured with the goal to get back to pain-free running, you often expect recovery to continuously progress without major disruptions. For example on a road trip from Melbourne to Sydney, you have your map, expected time of arrival and your trusty car. However, just like this road trip, your recovery might present […]