I’ve been listening to a few podcasts lately and I find them very interesting in how they allow me to learn during more hours of the day (like walking Rosie, driving, or waiting for Jack to fall asleep). Here are some good ones that I like a lot:
http://physioedge.com.au/ – great discussions with in depth ideas on how to assess and treat a variety of diagnoses from specialists in each area.
Strength and Conditioning:
http://www.bretcontreras.com – look for the B and B connection and some of the old strength of evidence podcasts. I also love his interview with Stu McGill.
The Strength Coach Podcast with Mike Boyle is good too, but so far not quite as informative as the others. Boyle is always good to listen to – he has such great experience and knowledge regarding Safe, but serious strength and conditioning.
http://www.patientpower.info/audio/modern-approaches-to-hip-replacement/player/0/player/0 – A good family friend is getting a hip replacement and he referred me to this website from Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Really great patient education. It sounds like everything I would tell someone about what to expect with a hip replacement surgery.