Dr. Peter Malliaras is an Associate Professor at Monash University where Peter leads various research Tendinopathy projects and supervises PHD students. Peter is also a practicing clinician at Complete Sports Care in Hawthorne, Melbourne where he consults with patients who have had enduring persistent tendinopathy injuries along with elite athletes. Globally, Peter is respected as a leading Tendinopathy researcher having co-authored well over 55 peer review publications that mostly relate to Tendinopathy.
During this episode, Peter outlines the framework that he uses when rehabilitating tendon injuries. Peter shares around what a good rehabilitation program entails. Peter outlines the mistakes that practitioners and patients alike can make when attempting to rehabilitate their tendon injuries. We explore Tendinopathy rehabilitation principles such as how to know when too much is harmful or when not enough maybe deleterious. If you are experiencing pain and limitation from a tendinopathy or you know someone who is, then this is an expert edition you are not going to want to miss.
Jump back over to Episode 62 of The Physical Performance Show where we first featured Peter on the Podcast.
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