Brad Beer Physiotherapist Blog
In this blog I will share insights, opinions, and helpful content relating to all things physiotherapy and physical performance. My concepts and frameworks have been refined through the delivery of in excess of 25,000 physiotherapy consultations across a 10 year private physiotherapy practice career.
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Podcast Episode 3: Dual World Triathlon Series Champion – Emma Moffatt I recently sat down with Emma Moffatt – Dual World Triathlon Series Champion for Episode 3 of The Physical Performance Show podcast. I had a fire-side chat with Australian Triathlete, dual World Triathlon Series Champion, and just recently announced 3x Australian Olympic Triathlon Champion Emma Moffatt. To listen […]
The Physical Performance Show POGO Podcast Launch It is with great excitement that I have now launched my podcast The Physical Performance Show. The show is powered by POGO Physio. Why a podcast? I have been a consumer of podcasts for well over 6 years now. There is rarely a training run when I do […]
Podcast Episode 2: Interview with AUS Swim Team Member – Jordan Harrison I recently sat down with Jordan Harrison AUS Swim Team Member for Episode 2 of The Physical Performance Show podcast. I had a fire-side chat with Australian Swimming Team member and former 1500m freestyle champion Jordan Harrison. We explore the highs, and lows, and insights about achieving peak swimming performance. We […]
HELP Young Autistic Runner Josh Finalist ‘I Love My Physio’ Competition One of our most loved young POGO clients has this week been nominated as a finalist in the National Australian Physiotherapy Association‘s ‘I Love my Physio‘ competition. Josh’s story is a great one of triumph & overcoming obstacles and perseverance. Josh has overcome traumatic […]
My top 10 lessons learnt through my first 10 years as a physio Today (25 Nov 2015) is my 35th birthday. It also marks 10 years since I graduated as a physiotherapist from the Gold Coast Campus of Griffith University. I remember my graduation well as it feel on my 25th birthday. It was held […]
‘Run to The Top’ Podcast Discover Injury Free Running In the interview Brad unpack’s his proven 5 step method to help runner’s discover injury free running. Brad also unpacks the reason why he was compelled to write You CAN Run Pain Free, shares his own journey to injury free running, and talks about how runner’s […]
The below is an excerpt from my Amazon running and jogging bestselling book ‘You CAN Run Pain Free’. I reveal what is behind the mass uptake of running in our society, a trend that any observer of fitness and health has likely both witnessed and experienced. The second running boom Fun runs have exploded, and […]
The Book That Every Australian Runner Should Have on Their Shelf Recently my debut book ‘You CAN Run Pain Free!’ was reviewed by the team at Australian Marathon Reviews. I was delighted to read of the positive review that the team gave the book. Their review certainly is in line with my motivation in writing […]
Why as a Gold Coast Physiotherapist I am excited about 2018 As a Gold Coast physiotherapist and founder of POGO Physio I have been excited about the upcoming 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games since our wonderful city was awarded the Games in the 2011 Games bid. Like many Gold Coast residents I clearly recall where I […]
HOKA RUNNING SHOE REVIEW Anyone paying attention to current running shoe trends would have noticed the recent emergence and rise in popularity of a bulky rocker bottom brand of shoes known as HOKA One Ones. These shoes seem to be appearing more and more on runner’s feet. I’ve observed a concomitant uptake of use by […]