Recorded as an “extra time” piece following Brad and Simons amazing Physio Matters podcast with Jack Chew about PatelloFemoral Pain. Brad and Simon discuss the relevance of imaging and the importance of correctly diagnosing patients symptoms. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand why differential diagnosis in PFP is important 
  2. Learn about the role of imaging in PFP 
  3. Learn about the evidence base around imaging findings in PFP 

Course Curriculum

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Brad Neal and Simon Lack

Authors: Dr Brad Neal (right of image) and Dr Simon Lack (left of image)

Dr Brad Neal MSc (Adv Phys), MCSP is a physiotherapist and clinical academic who has worked in a combination of NHS, elite sport and private practice settings for the past 9 years. He completed his MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Hertfordshire University in 2011 before joining Pure Sports Medicine as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist and research lead the same year. 

Dr Simon Lack currently leads the MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine programme. He completed his PhD in 2017, having investigated the interaction of hip and foot biomechanics in the development and management of patellofemoral pain. During his doctoral studies, he continued to work as a specialist physiotherapist within private sports medicine facilities (Pure Sports Medicine) and with elite scholarship athletes at the University of East London. 

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