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Should Adolescents Run Marathons?

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Josh Goldman, MD from UCLA is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Goldman is a Health Science Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery. He cares for both Family Medicine and Sports Medicine patients of all ages, while supervising medical students, residents, and Sports Medicine fellows. Dr. Goldman is the team physician for the UCLA football, men’s soccer, and women’s water polo teams. He currently serves as the program director for the UCLA Sports Medicine Fellowship, the Associate Director for the Center for Sports Medicine at the Orthopedic Institute for Children, and the Associate Director for Sports Medicine within the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program. He has previously served as team physician at the United States Olympic Training Center, the Association of Volleyball Professionals Tour, and USA Hockey. Dr. Goldman’s research interests include concussion in sport, pediatric overuse injuries, and running-related injuries.

Goldman JT, Miller E, Runestad S, Serpa R, Beck J. Should Adolescents Run Marathons?: Youth Marathon Training Injury Epidemiology and Risk Factors. Clin J Sport Med. 2020 Sep 15. doi: 10.1097/JSM.0000000000000870. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32941370.


Measuring Training Load

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Welcome to episode 52 of the Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast! This month hosts Bryan and Jeremy sit down with Max Paquette, PhD from the University of Memphis. Dr. Paquette is an associate professor in the College of Health Sciences, director of the Musculoskeletal Analysis Laboratory and biomechanist within the Human Performance Center. His research interests are largely focused on lower limb joint mechanics with regards to injury risk reduction and performance improvement in runners, with a particular interest in the effects of different footwear, fatigue/repetition, altered techniques and training interventions. Dr. Paquette has published over 50 peer-reviewed scientific articles and has contributed to numerous popular media articles and podcasts on the science of running. He also consults with high school, collegiate and world-class track and field athletes and their coaches to optimize performance and reduce injury risks.

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High Hamstring Tendinopathies

Welcome to episode 51 of the Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast! This month, we spoke with Tom Goom of The Physio Rooms in England. Tom graduated with BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Oxford Brookes University in 2002. He is Clinical Lead at The Physio Rooms, a keen runner, and creator of Running-Physio.com. Tom’s work has gained a worldwide audience and been featured in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Runner’s World and Men’s Running UK. He remains an active clinician and believes in the importance of translating research findings into effective treatments for our patients.

Goom TS, Malliaras P, Reiman MP, Purdam CR. Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: Clinical Aspects of Assessment and Management. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2016 Jun;46(6):483-93. doi: 10.2519/jospt.2016.5986. Epub 2016 Apr 15. PMID: 27084841.

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Youth Running

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Brian Krabak, MD, MBA, FACSM of the University of Washington is our guest for this episode of the Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Krabak is a Clinical Professor at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Sports Medicine. He is an internationally recognized expert in sports medicine, providing sports medicine care and lecturing throughout the world. His sports medicine experiences have included the Olympics (2012 US Olympic Marathon Trials, 2010 Vancouver Games, 2004 Athens Games, 2002 Salt Lake Games), and is the team physician for the US National Swim Team and collegiate sports (University of Washington). He has a particular focus on the prevention and treatment of running-related injuries in youth, including training recommendations.

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