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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.

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.

Location:

Australia

Description:

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.

Twitter:

@CraigBPayne

Language:

English

Contact:

0419103327


Episodes

PodChatLive Episode 99 with Peta Tehan and Martin Fox [Vascular Podiatry]

2/25/2022
In episode 14 back in March 2018 (nearly 4 years and 85 episodes ago) we were joined by Dr Peta Tehan from the University of Newcastle, Australia, and Mr Martin Fox from Manchester, UK to talk about lower limb vascular assessment. It remains one of our most popular episodes to date, so we thought we'd invite them back on to give us an update on Vascular Podiatry. What has changed in the last 4 years? Why should we all be doing femoral pulse checks and toe pressures as standard? And if your...

Duration:00:56:17

PodChatLive Episode 98 with Cathy Bowen [Getting Published in a Journal]

1/26/2022
In this episode we were joined by Prof Cathy Bowen (Lead of the Foot & Ankle Research programme at Southampton University, Chair of the Research Committee for the Royal College of Podiatry, and Editor-in-Chief for JFAR) to talk about the timeline of a journal article, from the moment you think you have an idea for one, until the moment you are reading it in black and white. How do you choose what journal to submit to? What's the deal with ethical approval? How can you maximise your chances...

Duration:00:59:01

PodChatLive Episode 97 with the Running Shoe Geeks

12/17/2021
In this episode we were joined by "The Running Shoe Geeks": Podiatrists and old friends of PodChatLive Michael Nitschke (Nitta, Episode 66) and Thomas Do Canto (TDC, Episode 75), along with Australian long distance runner, running coach, owner of The Running Company Ballarat and host of The Inside Running Podcast Julian Spence. We geeked out about the best shoes of this year, what shoes looks best in the pub, and what new releases we can look forward to next year

Duration:01:08:12

PodChatLive Ep96 - Psyche of the Injured Athlete

10/15/2021
In this episode we were joined by Dr Laura Miele who has over 30 years experience in the sport, fitness and education industry. She played Division I basketball at Arizona State; was Tight End for the Arizona Caliente, of the Women’s Professional Football League; and was also a New York Golden Gloves semi-finalist in 2004. She holds a PhD in Psychology (with emphasis in Sport & Exercise), and is author of the book 'Psyche of the Injured Athlete: The Unspoken Truths'. In this episode she...

Duration:00:59:21

Episode 95 with Lauren Welte [Windlass Mechanism]

8/21/2021
In this episode we were joined with Dr Lauren Welte who is a postdoc fellow at Queens University in Canada, and completed her PhD in Mechanical Engineering, where she heavily focused on the function of the human foot. She shared with us what the Windlass Mechanism is (and the reverse Windlass Mechanism), a contemporary understanding of it Vs some traditional beliefs about it, what we still do not know about it (and future work planned to investigate it). We attempted to discuss some more...

Duration:00:53:09

PodChatLive Episode 94 with David Klyne [Relevance of Sleep]

7/8/2021
In this episode we were joined with Dr David Klyne. David is a research fellow at UQ focusing on understanding the physiology of pain and the complex mechanisms that drive its persistence. Sleep is one of the most important factors to our physical and mental wellbeing. David takes us through just what an important (and bidirectional) relationship there is between pain and sleep, and gives us some pragmatic tips on how to enquire about a patients sleep hygiene and practices, what good sleep...

Duration:00:57:42

PodChatLive Episode 93 with Rani Lill Anjum & Alex Murray [Causation in Podiatry] Part 2

5/28/2021
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode we were joined by Rani Lill Anjum & Alex Murray. Rani is a research fellow and leader for the Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. She is also the PI for CauseHealth, a project focused on rethinking causality, complexity and evidence in health sciences. Alex is a Podiatrist based in Canberra. He is the Director of Podiatry Systems, a company dedicated to producing high...

Duration:00:39:51

PodChatLive Episode 93 with Rani Lill Anjum & Alex Murray [Causation in Podiatry] Part 1

5/28/2021
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode we were joined by Rani Lill Anjum & Alex Murray. Rani is a research fellow and leader for the Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. She is also the PI for CauseHealth, a project focused on rethinking causality, complexity and evidence in health sciences. Alex is a Podiatrist based in Canberra. He is the Director of Podiatry Systems, a company dedicated to producing high...

Duration:00:50:00

PodChatLive Episode 92 with Doug Richie [The Richie Brace]

4/29/2021
In this episode we were joined by Dr Doug Richie, DPM from his home in California to talk about The Richie Brace. It was introduced in the USA in 1996 and now 25 years later is sold in 7 countries. Doug talks us through what led him to invent and the brace, some clinical tips for when to consider it over standard custom made foot orthoses, the main pathologies it can be useful for and how simple it is to fill out the prescription form! He also plugged his new book "Pathomechanics of Common...

Duration:00:53:10

PodChatLive: Episode 91 with Joe Brooks [Mental Health, a Podiatrists Story]

3/12/2021
In this episode we were totally honoured to be joined by Joe Brooks (Podiatrist, Director of APodA Australia and Beyond Blue speaker) from his home in Tasmania and listen to his personal account of how he has suffered with anxiety and depression. He discussed some of the signs that may suggest getting help would be sensible, how important it is to have that difficult first conversation, and some of his own experiences and coping mechanisms than continue to this day. An inspirational man.

Duration:00:58:02

PodChatLive: Episode 90 with Ebonie Vincent & Brad Schaeffer [My Feet are Killing Me]

2/5/2021
In this episode we were joined by Dr Brad from the East coast and Dr Ebonie from the West coast about the hit TLC show My Feet Are Killing Me. We chatted about how they came to be on the show, the process a patient who is being seen on TV goes through, and some of our favourite real time Twitter comments whilst the show is airing. Follow Ebonie and Brad over on Instagram, and check out the show on TLC, Discovery+ and Really (UK). There were a number of technical difficulties in this brief...

Duration:00:28:45

PodChatLive Episode 89 with Peter Malliaras [Talking Tendons]

1/22/2021
In this episode we were joined by Dr Peter Malliaras, Associate Professor at Monash University and world renowned expert in tendinopathy who gave us his insight into what they key risk factors are for developing a tendon problem, clinical symptoms that help diagnose a tendinopathy, what we should be calling them (even though inflammation is still probably a part of the picture), and what good and bad management might look like.

Duration:00:58:18

Episode 88 with the Doctors of Running on the Best Running Shoes of 2020

12/20/2020
In this episode we were joined by the “Doctors of Running” (Matt Klein, Nathan Brown & David Salas) to have one final nerd out for the year about some of the shoes 2020 brought us, with special shouts to Atreyu for a new subscription model (and a really fun shoe), Saucony for crushing it with their Endorphin range, Nike's Infinity React (which defintely decreases your injury by 52%), and of course the two muscle cars that have been battling it out for WR's in the Nike Aphafly and Adidas...

Duration:01:04:23

Episode 87 with Farrah Jawad [Vitamin D]

12/13/2020
In this episode we were joined by Dr Farrah Jawad who is a Consultant in Musculoskeletal, Sport & Exercise Medicine at Pure Sports Medicine in London (and within the NHS), has worked extensively in elite sport, and has undertaken research at the Royal Ballet looking at seasonal variation in Vitamin D levels among its dancers. We talked about how important Vitamin D is, how common insufficiency is, where we can source Vitamin D, and its link with foot and ankle pathology.

Duration:00:50:49

PodChatLive Episode 86 with Christian Barton on Knee Pain in Runners

11/12/2020
In this episode we are joined by Christian Barton. Christian is a Physiotherapist who completed his PhD in patellofemoral pain and is now a post-doctoral researcher at LaTrobe University, Associate Editor at the BJSM, leads the TREK and GLA:D initiatives and also works in private practice where he specialises in knee pain in runners. He talked through how to differentiate between the most common knee complaints we see, the importance of not ignoring the psychosocial factors during the...

Duration:01:01:09

PodChatLive Episode 85 with Ian Reilly and David Gordon on Bunions

10/9/2020
In this episode we took a deep dive into hallux valgus with two consultants; podiatric surgeon Mr Ian Reilly and orthopaedic surgeon Mr David Gordon. They shared how they perform a clinical work up for a bunion, along with the answers they give to to the most common patient questions (What is a bunion? What causes bunions? Will it get worse and over what time period?) They each perform hundreds of operations a year, but differ in their approach to this (open surgery Vs minimally...

Duration:00:59:38

PodChatLive Episode 84 with Bronnie Lennox Thompson on Why Do Patients Seek Care?

9/18/2020
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode we were joined with Dr Bronnie Lennox Thompson and we discussed some of the beliefs that underpin when and why a person seeks care, and why a clinician should take the time to investigate this and also make sure the check their own assumptions. Bronnie also touched on why pain reduction/resolution is not always the primary goal, and discussed her research which looked into how some individuals live well with pain whilst...

Duration:01:01:49

PodChatLive Episode 83 with Anna Boniface on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

8/7/2020
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode we were joined by Physiotherapist and elite runner Anna Boniface to talk about RED-S. She discusses what it is, and the myriad of health implications on multiple body systems along with the performance implications which contributed to the renaming/evolution of this condition from its previous moniker; the female athlete triad (not to mention that males are not immune either!) Anna also covered the key, and often...

Duration:00:56:30

PodChatLive Episode 82 with Franco Impellizzeri on Problems with the acute:chronic workload ratio (Part 2)

7/10/2020
In this episode we welcomed Dr Franco Impellizzeri, Professor in Sport and Exercise Science at Medicine at University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He is an incredibly accomplished researcher with hundreds of publications in the field of sports science and injury mechanisms. He has been one of the most outspoken critics of the acute:chronic workload ratio (ACWR) and the concept of ‘training load error’ and he spoke passionately about what the flaws with it are, why he feels it should be...

Duration:00:35:25

PodChatLive Episode 82 with Franco Impellizzeri on Problems with the acute:chronic workload ratio (Part 1)

7/10/2020
In this episode we welcomed Dr Franco Impellizzeri, Professor in Sport and Exercise Science at Medicine at University of Technology Sydney (UTS). He is an incredibly accomplished researcher with hundreds of publications in the field of sports science and injury mechanisms. He has been one of the most outspoken critics of the acute:chronic workload ratio (ACWR) and the concept of ‘training load error’ and he spoke passionately about what the flaws with it are, why he feels it should be...

Duration:00:40:03