James Moore – Hamstring Special (Co-Founder of The Health Development & Performance Network – HDPN)

Episode 52: Andy McDonald chats to James Moore the Co-Founder of the Health Development & Performance Network (HDPN). James also currently holds the position of Clinical Director of Sports & Exercise Medicine at the Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP). One of the highlights of James’ career, to date, was to be awarded the Deputy Chef de Mission Performance Service for Team GB at the Rio2016 Olympic Games. He has previously held titles such as Head for Performance for TeamGB, Manager for the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit for the British Olympic Association (BOA), Head of Medical at Saracens RFC, Consultant Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for UK Athletics for two Olympic cycles(Beijing & London), Consultant Physiotherapist for the RFU to the England Men’s Senior team in preparation for RWC2011 and Medical team leader for Gloucester County Cricket Club. James has worked with multiple sports throughout the UK, USA and Australia at the highest level and has expertise on hip & groin as well as hamstring injuries.  

In this episode Andy and James discuss: 

  • James’s background 
  • Muscle Injury classifications
  • Communicating classifications & diagnosis 
  • Communicating with radiology 
  • Neuromuscular loading strategies for short & long head of Biceps Femoris 
  • Adductor Magnus as a functional hamstring 
  • Putting nordics in perspective 
  • Torque ratios at the hip 

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