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Hello and Welcome everyone Its Gemma & Janet who will be your hosts tonight This is my first time as the host dont forget to use the hashtag #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk Thank you Gemma for hosting tonight for the first time as part of the @physiotalk team #physiotalk
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before we start can you please tell us who you are where you are tweeting from? dont forget the hashtag #physiotalk
Jon Ryan @JonRyanCSP
RT @physiotalk: 5 mins grab a coffee ☕️ Physiotherapy and strength training #physiotalk tweetchat 📅Monday 25th April 🕗8pm BST All welcome to join in https://t.co/BWcjKEBvDQ… https://t.co/sW6XwHOPwA
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
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Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk Joining in tonight from a bright but chilly Edinburgh And interested to see how much the strength message is being shared with our patients! #physiotalk
Susanne syme @SymeSusanne
@physiotalk Susanne from Somerset #physiotalk
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Chris physiotherapy technical instructor west Wales #physiotalk
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@SymeSusanne Welcome #physiotalk
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@brustefa Thank you for joining in tonight. Please use the #physiotalk hashtag so we can follow the conversation.
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@chris_richards2 Welcome! #physiotalk
Natalie @physioNT
@physiotalk Natalie from Leeds #physiotalk
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@physioNT Welcome :) #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk Helen, Rehab services lead, joining from 🌧 Woking in Surrey. #physiotalk
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@_HelenAlexander Welcome #physiotalk
Ann Marie Conlon @AnnMarieConlon3
@physiotalk Ann Marie Derry #physiotalk
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We are going to start off tonights with a poll for you all #physiotalk
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POLL: Do you prescribe strength training to your clients or patients? #physiotalk Please comment below if needed - especially if its a no!
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@AnnMarieConlon3 Welcome! #physiotalk
Brustefa @brustefa
@physiotalk Nigeria #physiotalk
Ann Marie Conlon @AnnMarieConlon3
@physiotalk Ann Marie from lovely Derry on the banks of the Foyle #physiotalk
Carol Keen @CarolKeenPhysio
Carol in Sheffield #physiotalk
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@AnnMarieConlon3 Ohh - I feel we all need to describe ourselves like this #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk Justine - joining in from Sunny Hertfordshire. #physiotalk
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Q2 Have you had specific training to prescribe strength based exercises? And - is it needed? #physiotalk
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@JustineMusiime Welcome! #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk Yes - it was certainly integrated into my training in the late 80's. And since then some training on strength training with older people as well. #physiotalk
Elainethephysio @eephysio1
@physiotalk failed at the first tweet! #physiotalk
Brustefa @brustefa
#physiotalk https://t.co/WbMG8OBkYX
Natalie @physioNT
@physiotalk more learning on the job and getting lots of tips from physio assistants / PT's who work in the gym setting #physiotalk
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Jo Lockyear 🩺🦵🏼🧠 @JolockyearPT
@physiotalk I’ve done a sport science degree before which I can bring some principles from, but I feel more training is needed. Hoping this may signpost some good resources #physiotalk
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@CarolKeenPhysio Hi Can you include the #physiotalk hashtag in your replies please
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Recently came off a specialist cancer exercise and rehab instructor course. Before that my qualifications came through personal training, NERS instructor and multiple fitness class instructor. I would say yes it is needed to understand how to safely build strength #physiotalk
Susanne syme @SymeSusanne
@physiotalk I believe to learn safe techniques i needed in person training which is difficult at the moment #physiotalk
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk Our undergrad PT program had Exercise therapy and sports modules which equiped us with skills in this. I certainly believe training in this area is paramount #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk Physiotherapist from India currently enrolled for MSc Sports Medicine Exercise and Health at UCL #physiotalk
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@eephysio1 But succeeded on the second :) #physiotalk
Sarah Lee @SarahCurlyLee
@physiotalk Sarah - Derbyshire Long Covid Rehab team #physiotalk
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Ann Marie Conlon @AnnMarieConlon3
@physiotalk Strength training was part of the Undergraduate Physiotherapy program when I did my training #physiotalk
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Glyn Blakey @saeboukglyn
RT @physiotalk: POLL: Do you prescribe strength training to your clients or patients? #physiotalk Please comment below if needed - especially if its a no!
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk Yes, I have had experience and training. It is absolutely important to know the basics first. #physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk I have 2 sports therapists working for me studying for pre-reg MSc in physio. They tell me there is little S&C in their current physio training #physiotalk
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RT @drchrisnorris: @physiotalk I have 2 sports therapists working for me studying for pre-reg MSc in physio. They tell me there is little S&C in their current physio training #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk It was integrated into the undergrad physio training, some was learning on the job. I also did a gym instructor course before I could get a physiotherapy job in the UK, so that has been useful. #physiotalk
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Q3 Are there any patient groups you would NOT suggest strength training for? #physiotalk
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@drchrisnorris Wonder if there is a difference in when people trained as to how much they got taught? Curriculum certainly fuller now than in the 80's #physiotalk
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RT @JolockyearPT: @physiotalk I’ve done a sport science degree before which I can bring some principles from, but I feel more training is needed. Hoping this may signpost some good resources #physiotalk
Carol Keen @CarolKeenPhysio
@physiotalk not per se, there is something for everyone #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk Strength training is relative to an individual. It is safe for everyone at their own level. #physiotalk
Sarah Lee @SarahCurlyLee
@physiotalk Yes, Strength training during undergrad physio training in 1990s also during BACPR courses (cardiac rehab). #physiotalk
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Is it training that is specific to patient populations that is needed - or general principles that can be applied? #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk Those in the acute soft tissue injury phase #physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk Defo. More research and evidence now, but space for this perhaps provided by less exercise teaching? #physiotalk
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RT @JustineMusiime: @physiotalk Those in the acute soft tissue injury phase #physiotalk
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Ade-Steve @AdebusolaSteve
@physiotalk Unconscious patients. #physiotalk
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There are a few tweets slipping through without the #physiotalk hashtag Remember the hashtag - as its how we follow the conversation!
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk It really depends what their goals are. That being said national guidelines of 150 minutes a week with 2 strength sessions should be influenced through all adults #physiotalk
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
@physiotalk Your host from Leeds a Physio Assistant #physiotalk
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RT @drchrisnorris: @physiotalk Defo. More research and evidence now, but space for this perhaps provided by less exercise teaching? #physiotalk
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RT @chris_richards2: @physiotalk It really depends what their goals are. That being said national guidelines of 150 minutes a week with 2 strength sessions should be influenced through all adults #physiotalk
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk I believe every patient needs strength training. Extent of training will certainly vary depending on tolerance levels and underlying pathologies. That's why there are principles to training; Specificity & Individuality. I believe every patient group can benefit #physiotalk
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@chris_richards2 A really important point! And this includes older people as well of course #physiotalk
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@SymeSusanne Careful - or not offer strength based training at all? #physiotalk
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Absolutely it does #physiotalk
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RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk I believe every patient needs strength training. Extent of training will certainly vary depending on tolerance levels and underlying pathologies. That's why there are principles to training; Specificity & Individuality. I believe every patient group can benefit #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk General knowledge is good for foundation. Specific training targets specific population #physiotalk
Ade-Steve @AdebusolaSteve
@physiotalk Adebusola, physiotherapist from Leicester. #physiotalk
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Q4 What have you found to be the barriers to prescribing strength training to your patients? #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physioNT @physiotalk Hadn't thought of that...body weight training an option there? #physiotalk
Ann Marie Conlon @AnnMarieConlon3
@physiotalk Patients who are living with high levels of frailty 8-9 on clinical frailty scale as ‘what matters to them’ is more important at this point in time #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk My frailer older patients are surprised to be offered strength based training. They often don't think its 'for them' But once they see the benefits... #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk Readiness, understanding, acceptance, myths. #physiotalk
Susanne syme @SymeSusanne
@physiotalk Not being able to see people often enough to coach them in safe techniques and progression and dealing with set backs #physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk Basic S&C knowledge is the foundation. Physios with pathology knowledge should be able to then clinically reason #physiotalk
Neil Frost @neilfphysio
@physiotalk Resources, equipment and rehab spaces arguably barriers. Lots of patients need more than a metre of theraband and lots of departments losing their gym spaces. #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@AnnMarieConlon3 @physiotalk Yes - would certainly agree with this. Is a group where providing assistance for function often more important #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk Training in general principles is key because the principles can be applied to different patient populations. It is clear that even within one specific patient population, the exercises have to be tailored to each individual. The one size fits all model does not work. #physiotalk
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Engagement of the individual Access to services Pandemic made things very difficult And the goals they were working towards may not have needed strength training specifically #physiotalk
Natalie @physioNT
@_HelenAlexander @physiotalk Absolutely! This worked really well to enable safe exercise for those not suitable for the gym. Resistance bands were a good option for some too #physiotalk
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RT @neilfphysio: @physiotalk Resources, equipment and rehab spaces arguably barriers. Lots of patients need more than a metre of theraband and lots of departments losing their gym spaces. #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk I believe every patient needs strength training. Extent of training will certainly vary depending on tolerance levels and underlying pathologies. That's why there are principles to training; Specificity & Individuality. I believe every patient group can benefit #physiotalk
Ann Marie Conlon @AnnMarieConlon3
@chris_richards2 @physiotalk Is there a bit of debate around the 150 minutes and twice a week strengthening prescription? How much is necessary to be effective? Frequency and intensity? #physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk Continuity of care. We have rehab gym and prescribe home ex progs but some need continued supervision / coaching & often clinical personal training follow-up is not available #physiotalk
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RT @drchrisnorris: @physiotalk Basic S&C knowledge is the foundation. Physios with pathology knowledge should be able to then clinically reason #physiotalk
Natalie @physioNT
@physiotalk in weight management field, it is a constant battle of the cardio vs resistance exercises. Patients believe they get greater benefits from cardio #physiotalk
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RT @physioNT: @physiotalk in weight management field, it is a constant battle of the cardio vs resistance exercises. Patients believe they get greater benefits from cardio #physiotalk
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@louisedott Is there a reason you don't use weights? #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk from a patient perspective - patients not realising the benefits/relevance, lack of confidence in how to lift safely, female patients not wanting to 'bulk up' (debunked quickly). As a clinician - the time to effectively teach and coach strength training.
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RT @AnnMarieConlon3: @chris_richards2 @physiotalk Is there a bit of debate around the 150 minutes and twice a week strengthening prescription? How much is necessary to be effective? Frequency and intensity? #physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk Other than long covid, most are precautions rather than contraindications #physiotalk
Natalie @physioNT
@physiotalk some of my female patients worry about building up 'too much' muscle, believing strength training is going to result in body building type results! #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@JanetThomas47 @physiotalk For most people, when you talk about strength training, they imagine the gym, with those massive weights, and the body builders lifting them. So, for an older person, all that makes them believe that strength training is not for them. #physiotalk
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Q5 How do you adapt or modify strength training for your client group? #physiotalk
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RT @drchrisnorris: @physiotalk Other than long covid, most are precautions rather than contraindications #physiotalk
Susanne syme @SymeSusanne
@physiotalk Individuals often decide if they feel well enough or able to engage, in an ideal world they could access what they need when they are ready but services are often very focused on management of acute health problems and then finding the right professional is a problem #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@JustineMusiime @physiotalk I know! Need to link in with functional gains rather than bulging biceps... #physiotalk
Jane Young @youngjane77
@physiotalk @neilfphysio We used to. Until we lost most of both our inpatient and outpatient rehab space #physiotalk
Nicholas Clark @DrNickCC
@physiotalk Nick in Essex… Late to the party… #Physiotalk
Dr Chris Norris @drchrisnorris
@physiotalk Begin with needs analysis and go from there. Progression / regression, variability, client preferences, availability of equipt #physiotalk
C&M Integrated Stroke Delivery Network @cm_isdn
Great chat tonight about #strengthtraining with #physiotalk . Who’s joining in?
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@AnnMarieConlon3 @physiotalk Well the 150 minutes is the minimum recommended national guidelines ideally sits between 150 - 300 minutes of moderate activity a week in order to live healthier lives with reduced chance of developing long term conditions or helping managing these conditions #physiotalk
Nicholas Clark @DrNickCC
@physiotalk Yes, YMCA Gym Instructor, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Yes, we need to be taught principles & applications of strength training (just like everything we do) #Physiotalk
Natalie @physioNT
@physiotalk often adapt to very short sessions initially in seated position for patients with chronic pain/obesity who come with a fear of movement and pain in standing position #physiotalk
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
@physiotalk #physiotalk we have adapted our wheelchair skills training course to have strength and build up tolerance. So they can push, drive or concentrate for longer it’s now in our programme and is beneficial. Q5
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk For older people - make it functional with lots of body weight resistance And realise what is hard work for them might be very light weights - I had someone today whose 1RM quads was 1.5kg #physiotalk
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@DrNickCC But here now! #physiotalk
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Its about knowing your client group which you should have from assessment. Consider precautions needed to certain individuals and adapt as needed #physiotalk
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk *Patient attitudes Some of my patients with cancer in my setting believe it would do more harm than good so they are very reluctant to carry them out strength. Some are yet to fully understand that exercise is as important to health as the other medical interventions #physiotalk
Brustefa @brustefa
@physiotalk Difficulty in acquiring materials. #physiotalk
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RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk *Patient attitudes Some of my patients with cancer in my setting believe it would do more harm than good so they are very reluctant to carry them out strength. Some are yet to fully understand that exercise is as important to health as the other medical interventions #physiotalk
Lori Prescott 💙 @lorimhope
@physiotalk @Strength4_Life #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk for cardiac populations, increasing safety and reducing risk by avoiding valsalva and avoiding overhead lifting in those with hypertension
Nicholas Clark @DrNickCC
@physiotalk Very few ‘in the big picture’ - like many of our interventions, introduction of an intervention needs to be carefully considered/reasoned relative to pt’s problem/s & stage of rehab. #Physiotalk
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@brustefa Have you found effective alternatives to 'bought in' weights? #physiotalk
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
@physiotalk We produced a training guide for families, schools and when the training is delivered we make sure they understand the importance of building tolerance. By the end of the block of physio most have improved by building up and they become more confident #physiotalk
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk @neilfphysio We typically improvise a lot in our setting. Every locally available material counts This often includes turning water bottles into "dumb bells" by filling them with sand. Making Bar bells with cement,Old vehicle spare parts etc😁, especially in the community setting #physiotalk
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@_HelenAlexander Do you have limits on the level of hypertension? I would you apply this to unilateral overhead lifts as well as bilateral? #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk There are lots of factors to consider; Muscle strength, balance, flexibility, pain, endurance, cardiorespiratory function, confidence, availability of resources, general safety, existing comorbidities e.g diabetes, heart failure, etc #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk for those on/post cancer treatment, some need adaptations due to lymphoedema/post-surgery recovery/PICC lines
Glyn Blakey @saeboukglyn
RT @chris_richards2: @physiotalk It really depends what their goals are. That being said national guidelines of 150 minutes a week with 2 strength sessions should be influenced through all adults #physiotalk
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@MakupePrince @neilfphysio That sounds fabulous and inventive! #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@physiotalk Those with poor balance can hold on for support or do some of the strength training exercises in sitting. #physiotalk
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Q6 How do you know how hard to train a patient / client? #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk case-by-case basis. If borderline hypertension I would reduce the load, and set reps/sets appropriately. Would only avoid altogether if poorly controlled hypertension. Would also take into consideration resting heart rate (if this is also high then higher RPP)
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@JustineMusiime @physiotalk Agree I think that unless it is much later stage rehab an older person needs to either concentrate on balance OR strength but they can't do both at once #physiotalk
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RT @_HelenAlexander: @physiotalk #physiotalk case-by-case basis. If borderline hypertension I would reduce the load, and set reps/sets appropriately. Would only avoid altogether if poorly controlled hypertension. Would also take into consideration resting heart rate (if this is also high then higher RPP)
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk Progressive loading with appropriate feedback. Usually the client group is willing to put efforts once they observe changes. #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@gvhawtin @physiotalk Confidence plays a key role in strength training, doesn't it? #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk Measure Measure Measure Then ask how much effort they are putting in / feeling #physiotalk
Taher Jaffer @taher_jd
@physiotalk Very careful strength training prescription for people with Muscular dystrophy and issues with Fatigue #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk By the virtue of constant monitoring and asking for feedback. #physiotalk
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk This is where training courses are important to know what red flags to look out for and safe ways of training. Being aware of medical conditions particularly multiple long term conditions. start gentle and a gradual build up client will feedback to you #physiotalk
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
@JustineMusiime @physiotalk I find with anyone confidence is a massive part of what we do at any age and any level. Even for myself #physiotalk
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RT @physiotalk: POLL: Do you prescribe strength training to your clients or patients? #physiotalk Please comment below if needed - especially if its a no!
Nicholas Clark @DrNickCC
@physiotalk No short answer to this one. This requires knowledge & understanding of training principles, acute programme variables, & exercise biomechanics… all after an appropriate Ax. Also depends on resources/equipment available. #Physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@brustefa @physiotalk #physiotalk Great question (ran out of characters!) Rate Pressure Product. Heart rate x systolic blood pressure, more accurate measure of myocardial workload than HR alone.
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RT @_HelenAlexander: @brustefa @physiotalk #physiotalk Great question (ran out of characters!) Rate Pressure Product. Heart rate x systolic blood pressure, more accurate measure of myocardial workload than HR alone.
Chris Richards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 @chris_richards2
@physiotalk Listening, watching and learning from people who are more experienced than yourself for guidance everyone needs a mentor from time to time #physiotalk
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Q7 How do you promote long term adherence to a suitable programme? #physiotalk
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Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk For me the first hurdle is getting someone engaged in regular strength training - so choose something acceptable / enjoyable then once its a habit begin to adjust intensity/dose
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@_HelenAlexander @brustefa There is a calculator hre https://t.co/mzzG7XmGx7 #physiotalk
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There might only be 5 minutes left - but remember your hashtags! Still quite a few tweets without #physiotalk added in
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RT @_HelenAlexander: @physiotalk #physiotalk For me the first hurdle is getting someone engaged in regular strength training - so choose something acceptable / enjoyable then once its a habit begin to adjust intensity/dose
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk **load intensity over repetition number to calculate the 1RM as opposed to having the lift maximally. Then use patient feedback and patient reported outcome measures e.g RPE to adjust the intensity accordingly #physiotalk
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RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk **load intensity over repetition number to calculate the 1RM as opposed to having the lift maximally. Then use patient feedback and patient reported outcome measures e.g RPE to adjust the intensity accordingly #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
RT @physiotalk: Q7 How do you promote long term adherence to a suitable programme? #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk @brustefa #physiotalk This calculator states 'max' but you can work out the RPP at any intensity/workout level. It would resting values that would help me decide how to prescribe resistance training.
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What a great conversation tonight, Thankyou for everyone who has taken part what has been your takeaway from tonight? #physiotalk
Ade-Steve @AdebusolaSteve
@physiotalk Proper education of patients regarding potential benefits, self-reported outcome measures, proper follow-up, and goal directed. #physiotalk
Glyn Blakey @saeboukglyn
RT @physiotalk: Q6 How do you know how hard to train a patient / client? #physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk 1. Active conversation related to benefits of long-term adherence 2. Ask them about their progress. Perhaps, monitor through apps. 3. Educate about the fact that it is normal to deviate from the plan but getting the right mindset to return will help. #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@JanetThomas47 @physiotalk Multitasking generally is difficult for most older people. Even talking while exercising or talking while walking (something that a lot of people take for granted) is difficult for most #olderpeople. #physiotalk
Helen Alexander @_HelenAlexander
@physiotalk #physiotalk find a form of strength training someone enjoys, ensure it gives them functional/goal orientated gains, then ensure they are independent in progressing their own programme before discharge!
Taher Jaffer @taher_jd
@physiotalk Knowledge and understanding on strength training and what it could entail and how to tailor your program for different individuals using various available equipments at home/ in a clinic set up/ in wards #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk They need to 'see' the change and benefits With older people that can be linked to function quite easily and self monitoring with something like a 5xSTS #physiotalk
Brustefa @brustefa
@_HelenAlexander @physiotalk #physiotalk thanks
Susanne syme @SymeSusanne
@physiotalk any chance of signposting to training?#physiotalk
Nicholas Clark @DrNickCC
@physiotalk Do thorough Ax inc. obj measures, establish baseline, set intensity (ie, magnitude of load) according 2 problem/s (eg, nature of pathology, injury, surgery) w consideration 4 precautions or contraindications, ask 4 subj feedback… then monitor, monitor, monitor… #Physiotalk
Drumi Mankad @DrumiMankad
@physiotalk •There are various ideas, believes and opinions on strength training. Most importantly they all are positive ✨ •Networking helps in expanding knowledge and experience. •Thank you @physiotalk #physiotalk
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@SymeSusanne @Strength4_Life offer training - not personally experienced it but heard good feedback over twitter! #physiotalk
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if anyone has any signpost to training please post here for others #physiotalk #networking #sharing
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RT @physiotalk: if anyone has any signpost to training please post here for others #physiotalk #networking #sharing
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RT @DrNickCC: @physiotalk Do thorough Ax inc. obj measures, establish baseline, set intensity (ie, magnitude of load) according 2 problem/s (eg, nature of pathology, injury, surgery) w consideration 4 precautions or contraindications, ask 4 subj feedback… then monitor, monitor, monitor… #Physiotalk
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It is our 200th tweetchat! #physiotalk
Justine Musiime - MSc MPH MCSP @JustineMusiime
@SymeSusanne @physiotalk There's great information on @thecsp #StrongerMyWay page that you might find helpful. #physiotalk https://t.co/x8UILA98hw
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RT @JustineMusiime: @SymeSusanne @physiotalk There's great information on @thecsp #StrongerMyWay page that you might find helpful. #physiotalk https://t.co/x8UILA98hw
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@DrumiMankad @physiotalk Well said🤝 I believe patient/client education really remains a key intervention to ensure long term adherence #physiotalk
Taher Jaffer @taher_jd
@physiotalk Depends on a lot of factors- conditions/ level of fatigue/ motivation and other underlying conditions. But also depends on the venue where you conduct your session #physiotalk
Glyn Blakey @saeboukglyn
RT @physiotalk: What a great conversation tonight, Thankyou for everyone who has taken part what has been your takeaway from tonight? #physiotalk
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Ove the 199 chats we have had over 300 million #physiotalk tweet impressions!
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We started in 2013 and have run more or less fortnightly since then - with a few holiday breaks and a COVID related increase to weekly chats in 2020 #physiotalk
Ed Clarke @epj_clarkey
@physiotalk That maybe @thecsp and @UKSCA should collaborate on some training in the same way @apaphysio and @the_ASCA do. There certainly seems to be the appetite for it #physiotalk
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RT @epj_clarkey: @physiotalk That maybe @thecsp and @UKSCA should collaborate on some training in the same way @apaphysio and @the_ASCA do. There certainly seems to be the appetite for it #physiotalk
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So for our 200th tweetchat we are launching #TheBIGDebate #physiotalk https://t.co/puW6PrZw4K
Ben Black @BenBlackPhysio
RT @physiotalk: So for our 200th tweetchat we are launching #TheBIGDebate #physiotalk https://t.co/puW6PrZw4K
Prince S. Makupe @MakupePrince
@physiotalk @neilfphysio Yea, the idea is to do more with little I even have a barbell at home. Used old vehicle spare parts😅 #physiotalk https://t.co/fS6IVMS1VX
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Watch our for more information coming soon But put the 9th May at 8pm BST in your diaries to take part in the #physiotalk big debate to mark our 200th chat https://t.co/k6boztrJyQ
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RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk @neilfphysio Yea, the idea is to do more with little I even have a barbell at home. Used old vehicle spare parts😅 #physiotalk https://t.co/fS6IVMS1VX
Gemma Hawtin 💙 @gvhawtin
Enjoyed being the host of my first tweetchat talk for @physiotalk tonight #AHPSupportWorkers I hope you all enjoyed tonight #physiotalk https://t.co/Cie91Jel6t
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Come join the big debate on the 9th May #physiotalk #AHPSupportWorkers
Debs Stanton @handphysiodebs
RT @MakupePrince: @physiotalk I believe every patient needs strength training. Extent of training will certainly vary depending on tolerance levels and underlying pathologies. That's why there are principles to training; Specificity & Individuality. I believe every patient group can benefit #physiotalk
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