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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 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

PodChatLive Episode 81 with Nadia Dembsky on Chilblains and 'COVID Toes'

6/19/2020
The second part of our chilblains double-header focused on these skin manifestations alongside the current global pandemic, and what the changing and emerging evidence is telling us (currently). We were joined by Nadia Dembskey, who obtained her Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Johannesburg, sits on the Podiatry Association of South Africa National Executive Committee and has just submitted her PhD proposal to investigate this exact phenomena.

Duration:00:43:02

PodChatLive Episode 80 with Joseph Frenkel on Chilblains

6/18/2020
In this episode we were joined by Joseph Frenkel. Joseph has 15 years clinical experience, a professional diploma in Dermatology and a Masters degree in Wound Healing & Tissue Repair. In this episode he was kind enough to walk us through everything we need to know about Chilblains, including the pathophysiology, the clinical manifestations, management and (as always) the importance of a history taking, with an emphasis on the key things which may raise the index of suspicion of the lesion in...

Duration:00:51:58

PodChatLive Episode 79 with Matt Klein on Running Shoe Appraisal

5/21/2020
In this episode we were joined by Matthew Klein who is a Physical Therapist based in California and is currently studying for his PhD. He runs 70-100 miles per week and has a 5k PB of 14:45 and a marathon PB of 2:32:44. He co-owns the brilliant Doctors of Running website and we spent the hour as three shoe nerds would - just talking shoes! How should we appraise shoes? What features matter (or don't)? How can we take our improved understanding of shoe design features and apply that...

Duration:00:54:54

PodChatLive Episode 78 with Paul Ingraham on Stretching

4/30/2020
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science journalist and creator of PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab with about a million monthly readers. In this episode he discussed the reasons people ritualistically stretch (beliefs about flexibility, injury reduction, improving performance etc) and the whether the scientific literature backs them up. He also made reference to certain structures which are biomechanically awkward/impossible to stretch, some of...

Duration:01:00:31

PodChatLive: Episode 77 with Richard Blake [Inverted Orthotic Technique]

4/23/2020
In this episode we were joined by Richard Blake from his home in San Francisco for a trip down memory lane back to 1981 and the genesis of his inverted orthotic technique. He talks us through the responses he got from Drs Root & Weed when he began inverting devices by 25 degrees or more, the response he got from JAPMA when he submitted his first paper on it, and how by 1983 Dr Root was one of his biggest supporters. Rich stated the most he has ever inverted a device was 70 (seventy) degrees,...

Duration:00:59:55

PodChatLive Episode 76 on Paediatric Case Studies

4/21/2020
For this epsiode we assembled a superb panel of paediatric specialists from the UK and Australia. We were joined by Dr Cylie Williams (Associate Professor at Monash University, guest on episode 04), Dr Alicia James (who was on our hugely popular episode 28 talking about her Calcaneal Apophysitis research) and Antoni Caserta (currently completing his PhD in the field of toe walking) from Australia. From the UK we had Nina Davies (Education officer of the Childrens Podiatry Special Advisory...

Duration:00:59:06

PodChatLive Episode 75 with Thomas Do Canto on Running Injury (History Taking)

4/16/2020
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode we were joined by Sports Podiatrist (and 2:14 marathoner) Thomas Do Canto to talk through his approach to taking a thorough history from an injured runner. Given the current global climate it is reasonable to assume there may be an increase in running injury rates: The Running "Coverload" Injury Phenomena - Griffiths (2020). Combine this with more remote/online consultations (where we may have to prioritise the...

Duration:00:59:07

PodChatLive Episode 74 with Keith Rome [Gout]

4/14/2020
In this episode we were joined by JFAR editor in chief Professor Keith Rome to be taken on a deep dive of Gout. What is gout, and what important comorbidities should be considered? What is Pseudo-gout? How might it clinically present in acute and chronic contexts? Are blood tests helpful? What theories explain its prevalence in the 1st MTPJ, and should we consider it as a differential of midfoot pain more than we do? Along with a discussion on its management this is an hours revision we'd...

Duration:00:58:12

PodChatLive: Episode 73 on the COVID-19 Amputation Prevention Pathway

4/9/2020
Foot in Diabetes UK (FDUK) have recently developed a COVID-19 Amputation Prevention Pathway with the goal of getting all Podiatrists and lower limb clinicians comfortable and confident calling out the two biggest risks for immediate amputation - severe infection and ischaemia - to help triage skills and knowing when to generate urgent referral requests. We were joined by Mike Edmonds (Consultant Physician and FDUK Honorary President), Martin Fox (Vascular Specialist Podiatrist), Paul...

Duration:00:59:18

PodChatLive: Episode 72 with Kate Atkin on Presentation Skills and Public Speaking

4/7/2020
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. Association, Masters degree in Applied Positive Psychology, PhD candidate studying Imposter Syndrome and World Debating Champion - thoughts and prayers for Kate's husband!!) She is also the Author of the book "The Presentation Workout". She took us through the journey of a good presentation, from preparing both the presentation (with tips for how slides should look) and yourself (mentally), delivering the talk with a strong and powerful...

Duration:00:59:33

PodChatLive: Episode 71 on COVID-19 Professional Body Responses Part Two

4/3/2020
In this episode we welcomed Steve Jamieson (CEO of the College of Podiatry, UK) and Nello Marino (CEO of the Australian Podiatry Association) to discuss the strange and unprecedented situation we have all found ourself in in recent times due to the current global pandemic. We discussed what their daily lives currently look like, how they are trying to support their members, their understanding of what their members greatest concerns are and also the support they are giving all members...

Duration:00:42:22

PodChatLive: Episode 71 on COVID-19 Professional Body Responses Part One

4/3/2020
In this episode we welcomed Steve Jamieson (CEO of the College of Podiatry, UK) and Nello Marino (CEO of the Australian Podiatry Association) to discuss the strange and unprecedented situation we have all found ourself in in recent times due to the current global pandemic. We discussed what their daily lives currently look like, how they are trying to support their members, their understanding of what their members greatest concerns are and also the support they are giving all members...

Duration:00:40:02

PodChatLive Episode 70 with Sharon Rees [Pharmacology]

4/1/2020
In this episode we talked to Dr Sharon Rees who is an Associate Professor in Therapeutics & Prescribing at London South Bank University, and began her career as a Podiatrist. She clarifies the difference between administering, supplying and prescribing drugs, talks through the list of drugs accessible via the POM certificate most graduate Podiatrists hold and what a commitment but worthwhile consideration doing an independent prescribing course would be. She also explained why certain drugs...

Duration:00:53:59

PodChatLive: Episode 69 with Mike James on Online Consultations

3/28/2020
In this episode we were joined by Mike James to talk about online consultations. This was a really useful episode for those who have recently starting doing (or are considering doing) online consultations. We covered some of the legal aspects, the options available technology wise, things to put in place preparation wise beforehand, and then what a consultation may look like (both subjectively and objectively). Without doubt a fundamental shift in mindset/approach is required from all...

Duration:00:58:54

PodChatLive: Episode 68 with Talysha Reeve on Exercise Rehab

3/27/2020
In this episode we talked with Talysha Reeve about the considerations Podiatrists should have when providing rehabilitation clinically, how important clinical reasoning is, and whether "just getting strong" was good enough. We also covered the pragmatic approach to rehab in the real world; talking through biopsychosocial considerations, patient adherence, behaviour change and how well rehabilitation lends itself to online/remote consultations.

Duration:01:00:50

PodChatLive: Episode 67 on the Supination Resistance Test

2/28/2020
Live podiatry chats with Craig Payne and Ian Griffiths. In this episode were joined by Kevin Kirby, Sean MeBride and Simon Spooner to discuss the lifetime of the supination resistance test, from the genesis of the manual supination resistance test (and how to perform it), through the all published research on the test and the various supination devices that have been designed to quantify it. We also talk about the imperfections and limitations of the supination resistance test, and what...

Duration:00:58:59

Episode 66 with Michael Nitschke on 'To Infinity & Beyond (Injury?)'

1/24/2020
In this episode we talk with Michael Nitschke ("Nitta") about the holy grail - running shoes that *might* reduce injury rates. In the week that Nike release the Infinity React we discuss the marketing behind the shoe, the study behind the marketing and take a deeper dive into the world of running shoes and their relationship/influence on injuries. How should (can?) we prescribe shoes to reduce injury? Is it all just about comfort? Will we ever actually know what we are doing...?

Duration:00:58:38