Pain management with Dr.Zoffness
The first episode I listened to was with Dr. Zoffness and I don’t think I have ever heard that perspective. Not knowing a lot of runners, I felt crazy how much an injury would impact my quality of life. I’m in my early 20s and have had injuries over the past four years. When I’ve tried telling others how much injuries affect me and how afraid I am of getting them, I felt like others who have not experienced it or do not use exercise as a coping mechanism, don’t really understand. I’m beginning to notice how much more aware I am of the muscles that have been injured. When Dr.Zoffness spoke of getting better at feeling pain in areas that you’ve hurt, it made perfect sense. When I see people jump or do strenuous activities involving their knees or ankles, I can actually feel that same spot in my body ache. I am so thankful to have been giving this new perspective on pain, running, and how it can control your mental health. Great podcast.
Marissa'98 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/31/21
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A fast favorite running podcast. Full of practical and applicable tips spanning a wide range of topics. Not too bogged down by scientific details, but obviously evidence-based. I only wish I had found it before I suffered an injury! In my opinion, a must listen for all types of runners.
jnow87 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/21/21
Brodie does a good job of putting physiology and sports medicine information together in ways that runners can digest and apply to their own situations. The info is based on his own injury experience, his clinical experience as a physio and his ability to listen to his interviewee experts. My...Read full review »
sljsusan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/19/21
What a brilliant podcast.
runningmum141414 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/29/20
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