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Craig Payne
Lecturer, runner, cynic, researcher, skeptic, forum admin, woo basher, clinician, rabble-rouser, blogger, dad.
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Craig Payne Oct 16
Who would have thought ... " Wearing compression socks during a marathon run reduced exercise-associated intestinal damage."
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Craig Payne Oct 16
Apparently they don't work
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Craig Payne Oct 8
Surprising how popular this episode was during the live; lots of tips and pearls. Talking bunions with and The video is now up on YouTube: The PodCast version should be available at all the usual sources.
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Craig Payne Sep 28
Heel lifts did better than eccentric loading for Achilles tendinopathy ...
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Craig Payne Sep 25
Replying to @pzorthotics
nope; they were making it up.
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Craig Payne Sep 25
So if a non-runner starts running tomorrow in carbon plate shoes are their muscles going to get stronger or weaker?
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Craig Payne Sep 17
That was fun early morning talk about pain and why patients seek care with Bronnie Lennox Thompson . Ian called it one of his most favourite episodes so far! The video is now up on YouTube: and the podcast version is up and propagating
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Craig Payne Sep 17
I call no on the extrapolation: oh, ok: "toe springs may contribute to weakening of the foot muscles and possibly to increased susceptibility to common pathological conditions such as plantar fasciitis."
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Craig Payne Sep 13
Back with a new live this week: PodChatLive Ep84: Why do patients seek care?
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Craig Payne Aug 30
Replying to @raulfdez95
Of course. Too many people confuse "dysfunction" with "tendonitis", so need to get rid of PTTD term
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Craig Payne Aug 29
'Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction' or 'adult acquired flat foot' or 'progressive collapsing foot deformity'
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Craig Payne Aug 28
oh, ok: Footwear does not affect breast movement when running
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Craig Payne Aug 21
I been following the sports specialization too early = more injury risk issue for many years now. Its not really a debate as all the research is showing the one thing! BUT, this discussion in the turns it into a debate as all is not as it seems.
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Craig Payne Aug 16
Replying to @rwilly2003
I just checked it via some proxies and it still worked; might be your network blocking it
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Craig Payne Aug 16
Replying to @rwilly2003
It worked for me just then, try it again
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Craig Payne Aug 16
Written another blog post: My Not So Scientific Study on Calcaneal Apophysitis (Sever's Disease)
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Craig Payne Aug 13
World Athletics have released their list of approved shoes for competition:
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Craig Payne Aug 7
"Coaches should thus note that encouraging marathon runners to convert from rearfoot to non-rearfoot striking is unlikely to provide any performance benefits"
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Craig Payne Aug 7
oh, ok: "We dispute the current dogma that the recent world records in 100km, marathon, half marathon and 15km were solely broken due to increased mid-sole thickness. We contend that the effect of the mid-sole thickness is approximately 1%"
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Craig Payne Aug 6
That was a very informative PodChatLive this morning with on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (ie what we used to call the female athlete triad but isn't any more as we now know it happens in males .... we did touch on that).
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