Special e-edition of BJSM: Pain management

Welcome to this extra e-journal edition of the British Journal of Sports Medicine. BJSM readers, listeners and other social media followers have a keen interest in pain. It’s a big problem! So, here is an online only version of BJSM and external content just for you! This is all content that has been published before – […]

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AchillesAl part 3: Psychosocial considerations in Achilles pain

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine blog series @PhysiosinSport   By Tom Goom @TomGoom, Sports Physiotherapist at the Physio Rooms and the creator of Running Physio; lead on Running Repairs Course  http://www.running-physio.com/running-repairs-course/ After a short hiatus we’re back with #AchillesAl part 3. We’ve touched upon training error and how to modify training to find […]

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Bad for your heart = bad for your tendons, potential for early detection of high cholesterol?

Congrats to BJSM co-authors Ben Tilley, Jill Cook (@ProfJillCook), Sean Docking and Jamie Gaida whose article “Is higher serum cholesterol associated with altered tendon structure or tendon pain? A systematic review” was featured by mainstream media. The review included 17 tendon studies with data from more than 2000 people. As profiled in the Globe and Mail, […]

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