PodChatLive - Live Podiatry Discussion

PodChatLive - Live Podiatry Discussion

By Ian Griffiths and Craig Payne
PodChatLive is a weekly video live stream of podiatry discussions with Podiatrists, Ian Griffiths and Craig Payne. The video goes out live on Facebook and is available on YouTube after that. The audio version is available as a podcast.
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PodChatLive: Episode 50 (Part Two) [The 50th Celebration Episode]
To celebrate hitting 50 episodes we has a selection of numerous previous guests on to catch up and chat with. We also invited two of our most popular audience members, "Tobes and JW" to guest host with us and ask questions, and they were great. A longer and (much) less serious episode than usual, which was immense fun and a bit of a shambles. Enjoy.
43:29
November 16, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 50 (Part One) [The 50th Celebration Episode]
To celebrate hitting 50 episodes we has a selection of numerous previous guests on to catch up and chat with. We also invited two of our most popular audience members, "Tobes and JW" to guest host with us and ask questions, and they were great. A longer and (much) less serious episode than usual, which was immense fun and a bit of a shambles. Enjoy.
40:00
November 16, 2018
Episode 49 with Peter Guy [Foot Orthotic Modifications]
In this episode we chatted with Toronto based practitioner, Peter Guy about his 33 years experience to talk us through his matrix of common modifications for conditions such as peroneal tendinopathy, plantar fasciopathy, plantar plate/capsular issues and neuroma. He also gives us some of his tips for dealing with comfort/tolerance issues and orthoses for high heels.
55:39
November 9, 2018
Episode 48 with Debbie Turner [Rheumatology]
In this episode Prof Debbie Turner joined us (on her birthday!) and gave us a taste of the role of a Podiatrist within a specialist Rheumatology service, the pathologies commonly seen and her approach to the assessment and management of these patients. She also gave some great tips for clinicians who don't work within Rheumatology, but may well be missing conditions due to their ability to masquerade as musculoskeletal issues.
57:00
November 1, 2018
PodChatLive Episode 47 with Stacey Meardon [Injury Risk Factors]
In this episode Stacey talks us through some of her research which has looked at biomechanical risk factors for injury, step width modification for MTSS and ITB issues, and also some clinical pearls to think about when someone presents in your clinic with a suspected bone stress injury. For the really nerdy, we even briefly talked about the 'free moment' and its potential relevance to injury.
53:52
October 25, 2018
PodChatLive Episode 46 with Steven Subotnick [Podiatric Sports Medicine]
In this weeks episode we chatted with Steven Subotnick about Podiatric Sports Medicine
50:59
October 18, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 45; The Physiotherapy Episode
In this episode we welcomed a great panel of physiotherapists in Hamish Vickerman, Tom Goom, Neil Meigh and Kevin Nordanger to talk about how Podiatry and Physiotherapy can/should work together, the overlap between professions, the preconceived notions we have about each others professions and more.
1:02:38
October 11, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 44 with Annette Davis [Footwear and Falls]
In this episode we talked with Annette Davis and discussed what the evidence tells us (and doesn't tell us) about footwear and falls, explains the role of the Podiatrist in screening for falls risk and how to communicate effectively regarding this (making a reasonably solid case for all individuals of a certain age to be risk assessed regardless of why they are attending clinic to see you) and also the talks about the reasons that older individuals choose certain shoes and the challenges this can bring to the Podiatrist-patient interactions.
53:15
October 4, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 43 on Podiatry and Golf
In this episode we discuss the golf swing, the use of foot orthotics in golf and pseudoscience.
44:04
September 27, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 42 on Video Marketing for Podiatry
In this episode we welcomed Dave James (The Foot and Leg Magician), Melissa Zacharia (Pod Fit Podiatry) and Jonathan Tomines (The Toe Bro) to offer their thoughts and experiences on generating Podiatry videos. We talked through some of the biggest barriers and concerns people have before starting, and the potential benefits (to both the individual and the profession) of doing them. We also touched on how to do them (equipment required), where we should be looking for our inspiration for generating them and how do deal with negative feedback (remember; having haters is a privilege).
58:52
September 21, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 41 with Ben Cormack [Exercise Rehab & Movement]
In this episode we talked with Ben Cormack. We talked about what he believes are the key components to a successful rehab programme (and why they may fail), along with how we promote self efficacy, empower and motivate our patients and the evidence base behind strength work (and the differences between strength and load tolerance).
57:59
September 13, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 40 with Rich Willy [Running Biomechanics and Tissue Capacity]
In this episode we talked with the physical therapist Richard Willy. Rich explains what tissue capacity is, what he looks for during a gait analysis, the benefits and pitfalls of 'wearables', and how footwear may fit into the whole picture. He also summarised the key differences between treadmill and overground running, with good take homes for clinicians who analyse their athletes on the treadmill and then extrapolate that to the outside world.
58:14
September 7, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 39 with Dylan Morrissey [Shockwave Therapy]
In this episode we talked with Consultant Physiotherapist, academic and researcher Dylan Morrissey about the evidence base for shockwave therapy, the robustness of the methodology often employed within such research, what foot/ankle pathologies shockwave is indicated for and whether there are any key contraindications or risks associated with its use.
58:43
August 31, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 38 with Nina Davies [Paediatric Gait]
In this episode we talked with paediatric specialist Nina Davies and talked about protocols for assessing the paediatric patient, how under estimated Developmental Coordination Disorder is (and when to be thinking about this rather than just thinking about a clumsy child), the in-toeing child (causes and treatments) and also how important it is to try and be goal/activity orientated and focus on participation in activity rather than searching to "correct" or "fix" things in the developing human
54:14
August 24, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 37 with David Armstrong [The Diabetic Foot]
In this episode we welcomed Dr David Armstrong, DPM, PhD and we talked about how the worlds diabetic population is third only to China and India, and that during the length of this episode alone 198 amputations would have occured worldwide, and 565 people would have died from complications associated with Diabetes. We talk about what we as Podiatrists can try to do about this, how we communicate with and educate our patients, David's approach to neuropathic assessment, and how Diabetic foot ulcers are not unlike training load injuries.
1:01:58
August 16, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 36 with Jarod Hall [Communication & History Taking]
In this episode we welcomed Physical Therapist Jarod Hall on to talk us through what his history taking looks like, the language he uses (and tried to avoid), how he asks about the complex topic of pain and the importance he places on educating those sitting across from him in his clinic office.
56:29
August 2, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 35 with Ryan McCallum [X-ray Interpretation]
In this episode Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum joined us to talk all things X-Ray; How do you get started in requesting them from a legal point of view? When is requesting an X-Ray appropriate? What views are commonly requested (and why)? Non-weightbearing or weight-bearing X-Rays? What are the ABCS of X-Ray reporting?
51:56
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 34 with Forgotten Feet
In this episode we talk to the amazing 'board' of Forgotten Feet (Debi, Lydia, Sarah, Belinda & Dave) who now oversee over 50 clinics UK wide which provide completely free care for the Homeless. Listen to their experiences so far and how you can get involved/volunteer, donate or help in other ways.
51:42
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 33 with Jonathan Heath [Podiatry Hive]
This weeks guest was Jonathan Heath from the Podiatry Hive. As CEO at The Hive, Jono Heath leads a team of professionals who are all intent on transforming practitioners into successful business owners. He has presented business training workshops and webinars to thousands of private practice owners and believes passionately in helping people find the “why” in what they do, in both their business and personal life. Jono has a particular interest in how to communicate the benefits of excellent healthcare. In this episode he explains what The Hive is, how it supports clinicians, and what drives people to seek our coaching or mentoring services.
54:10
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 32 with Mandy Abbott [Podiatry at Sporting Events]
This week we welcomed Mandy Abbott who is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University, Clinical Director for Special Olympics GB and was Lead Podiatrist for the Commonwealth Games in 2014, the European Games in 2015, and the World Indoor Athletics in 2018. She talked about how best to prepare yourself for being part of a multidiscplinary team at a big games/event (read up on acute injury management and make sure you know your strapping), the sort of things which Podiatry tends to manage at such events, and the personal/professional value in doing such events (and it's not financial!)
35:25
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 31 on Podiatry in Football (Soccer)
This week, we talked about the challenges of treating footballers, 'hacks' for designing orthoses for football boots, the "value" of pre-season screening of the lower limb, and the science of how boots interact with differing surfaces.
58:46
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 30 with Seth O'Neill [Achilles Tendinopathy]
This weeks guest was Seth O'Neill on Achilles tendinopathy. We talked about whether this is an inflammatory condition or a degenerative condition (or both), how Seth assesses posterior ankle pain in clinic, his thoughts on imaging appropriateness and timing, why isometrics may not be the silver bullet for pain relief and how advice and education should probably out rank injection and shockwave therapy.
1:01:35
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 29 with Podiatrists from the AFL
This weeks guests were Podiatrists associated with AFL football teams: Ben Holland [North Melbourne Kangaroos], Emma Poynton [Western Bulldogs], Nicki Quigley [Hawthorn Hawks], Todd Brown [Geelong Cats] and Tom May [Adelaide Crows]. We discussed the demands of AFL and the common injuries seen, the footwear worn and the challenges it brings and the screening process adopted within the 44-man squads.
1:00:10
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 28 with Alicia James [Calcaneal apophysitis / Severs disease]
This weeks guest was Alicia James and we talked all about the latest thoughts around calcaneal apophysitis (Severs disease).
43:40
July 26, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 27 with Simon Spooner [Foot Orthotic Dosing]
This weeks guest was Simon Spooner. In this episode we tried to highlight some of the limitations of foot orthoses research, and the way clinicians should be viewing all conclusions made in the context of said limitations. We talk about what "perfect" orthoses research may look like, the things we may want to 'measure' and the apparent discourse between the lab and the clinic. We discuss what 'dosing' is, and how it may help us answer questions which are currently unanswered. Simon's connection for the first 10 minutes of so was a bit unstable but hang in there as it does sort itself out eventually!
57:01
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 26 with Howard Dananberg [Sagittal Plane Theory]
This weeks guest was Howard Dananberg. In this episode Howard tells us how he first starting thinking about sagittal plane mechanics in the context of 'functional hallux limitus' and how this influenced his practice over the last three decades.
53:41
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 25 with Stuart Wildman [Diagnostic Ultrasound]
This weeks guest was Stuart Wildman, Stuart is an Extended Scope Physiotherapist, MSK Sonographer and Director of The Ultrasound Site Ltd. In this episode we talked about some of the politics and training regarding ultrasound use, the benefits and limitations of ultrasound, and the tissues/pathologies that can be visualised around the foot and ankle (with some cool images/case studies).
1:02:46
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 24 on Professional Associations
In this episode we welcome representatives from three professional associations: Katrina Pratt; President - Australian Podiatry Association. Matthew Fitzpatrick; Provost - College of Podiatry. Ben Lamb; Chairman - Podiatry New Zealand. We discussed the differences between the sizes of the three (yet the rather similar challenged faced) and touched on the bidirectional responsibilities (of the oranisations to the members, and the members to the organisations), the level 'engagement' from all parties, and where the professional bodies may see themselves in 5 years time.
54:03
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 23 with Jill Halstead [Osteoarthritis]
This weeks guest was Jill Halstead and we talked about the definition of (and terminology and language used around) osteoarthritis, along with its prevalance, relation to load and the treatment options of its manifestation in the human foot.
1:05:16
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 22 with Robert Issacs [Pseudoscience]
This weeks guest was Robert Issacs. We discussed why critical thinking, biases, and why having the ability and desire to question/critique everything we read is crucial to improving the entire profession of Podiatry. We talk about common logical fallacies and errors in thinking, and highlight the behaviours seen from certain individuals when they are questioned or challenged.
1:00:06
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 21 with Adam Meakins [Manual Therapy]
This weeks guest was Adam Meakins and talk about what manual therapy is, what effects it has (and doesn't have), and why he thinks it sucks. We also touch on subluxed cuboids, pelvic equilibrium, trigger points and palpation
51:50
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 20 discussing the i-Fab Conference
This week we were joined by Bruce Williams to discuss what went on at the iFab Conference from New York.
44:47
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 19 with Bruce Williams [Pressure Mapping]
This weeks guest was Bruce Williams talking about plantar pressure mapping and measurement in podiatry.
53:32
July 25, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 18 with Nathan White and Robert Brown [Cycling]
This weeks guests were Nathan White and Robert Brown talking about cycling.
1:08:09
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 17 with Wesley Vernon and Jeremy Walker [Forensic Podiatry]
This weeks guests were Wesley Vernon and Jeremy Walker, talking about forensic podiatry.
1:03:02
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 16 with Izzy Moore [Running Economy]
This weeks guest was Izzy Moore, talking about running economy.
53:07
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 15 with Greg Dower [Business]
This weeks guest was Greg Dower from myFootDr.
56:15
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 14 with Peta Tehan and Martin Fox [Vascular]
This week the guests were Martin Fox and Peta Tehan, talking about peripheral vascualr disease.
54:54
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 13 with Jill Woods [Social Media]
This weeks guest is Jill Woods discussing everything social media.
59:21
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 12 with Martin McGeough and Artur Maliszewski [Foot Orthotics]
This weeks guests are Artur Maliszewski (Footwork Podiatric Laboratory) and Martin McGeough (Firefly Orthoses) about life at the orthoses labs.
58:35
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 11 with James Dunne [Gait Retraining]
This weeks guest is James Dunne talking about gait retraining.
1:05:50
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 10 with Ted Jedynak and Ian Linane [Manual Therapy]
This week's guests are Ted Jedynak and Ian Linane, talking about manual therapy.
53:26
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 9 with Ian Reilly [Injection Therapy]
This weeks guest was Ian Reilly, talking about injection therapy.
56:44
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 8 with Mike Stewart [Pain Science]
This weeks guest is the pain expert, Mike Stewart.
56:44
July 22, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 7 with Belinda Longhurst [Dermatology]
This weeks guest was Belinda Longhurst talking about podiatry and dermatology.
40:26
July 17, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 6 with Kevin Kirby [Foot Biomechanics]
This weeks guest is Kevin Kirby and we talked about his approach to biomechanics.
39:03
July 17, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 5 with Emma Cowley [Academia]
This weeks guest was Emma Cowley.
38:19
July 17, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 4 with Cylie Williams [Paediatrics]
This weeks guest is Cylie Williams talking about paediatric related issues
40:27
July 17, 2018
PodChatLive: Episode 3 with Chris Bishop [Gait analysis]
This weeks guest was Chris Bishop where we talked about gait analysis.
44:14
July 17, 2018
Episode 2: The Second Episode
Craig had been playing around with the Zoom software and this was our first attempt at seeing if this concept had some mileage despite the 10,000 miles and 11 hour time difference between us. We talked about supination resistance, touched on 2D Vs 3D gait analysis and were asked who our must follow accounts were on social media.
24:50
July 17, 2018
Episode 1: The Very First Episode
In this episode Craig reveals the research paper which changed his thinking the most, and we chat about pseudoscience, research translation, why cuboid syndrome is like pornography and his favourite airport to eat breakfast in.
22:09
July 17, 2018
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