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PodChatLive: Episode 54 with Rod Whiteley [Research Methods](Part Two)

2/8/2019
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In his episode we talked with Rod Whiteley about why it is important for ALL clinicians to read papers (and be confident doing so), and hopefully imparted some tips on how to read a paper along the way. We touched on p values (and why 0.05 is not the magic number), confidence intervals, reliability, number needed to treat (NNT) and the minimal clinically important difference (MCID). And if there was one key takeaway for everyone: learn about effect sizes.

Duration:00:42:20

PodChatLive: Episode 54 with Rod Whiteley [Research Methods](Part One)

2/8/2019
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In his episode we talked with Rod Whiteley about why it is important for ALL clinicians to read papers (and be confident doing so), and hopefully imparted some tips on how to read a paper along the way. We touched on p values (and why 0.05 is not the magic number), confidence intervals, reliability, number needed to treat (NNT) and the minimal clinically important difference (MCID). And if there was one key takeaway for everyone: learn about effect sizes.

Duration:00:39:28

PodChatLive: Episode 53 with Chris Napier [Running Shoes]

1/11/2019
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In this episode Dr Chris Napier: Physiotherapist and Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia (and 2:33 marathoner) summarises his recent BJSM editorial on the logical fallacies in the running shoe debate, and we talk about how runners (both uninjured and injured) should choose shoes, what the evidence tells us (and doesn't yet tell us), how much focus and attention running shoes seem to get (and whether this is warranted), and is it just all about comfort?

Duration:01:01:09

PodChatLive: Episode 52 with Helen Banwell [Paediatric Flatfoot]

11/29/2018
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In this, the final episode of 2018, we talked to researcher, lecturer and private practitioner Helen Banwell about the symptomtic Vs asymptomatic flatfoot in children (and discussed when to 'treat' Vs when not to), the possible importance of asking about family history, conservative Vs surgical management, dealing with worried and anxious parents and orthoses prescription habits for the younger patient.

Duration:00:52:44

PodChatLive: Episode 51 on Patellofemoral Pain

11/22/2018
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In this episode with chatted with the physiotherapists, Simon Lack and Brad Neal and the Podiatrist, Alice Corbett about patellofemoral pain, proximal and distal influences and how to choose an intervention.

Duration:00:33:28

PodChatLive: Episode 50 (Part Two) [The 50th Celebration Episode]

11/16/2018
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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.

Duration:00:43:29

PodChatLive: Episode 50 (Part One) [The 50th Celebration Episode]

11/16/2018
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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.

Duration:00:40:00

Episode 49 with Peter Guy [Foot Orthotic Modifications]

11/9/2018
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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.

Duration:00:55:39

Episode 48 with Debbie Turner [Rheumatology]

11/2/2018
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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.

Duration:00:57:00

PodChatLive Episode 47 with Stacey Meardon [Injury Risk Factors]

10/26/2018
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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.

Duration:00:53:52

PodChatLive Episode 46 with Steven Subotnick [Podiatric Sports Medicine]

10/18/2018
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In this weeks episode we chatted with Steven Subotnick about Podiatric Sports Medicine

Duration:00:50:59

PodChatLive: Episode 45; The Physiotherapy Episode

10/12/2018
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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.

Duration:01:02:38

PodChatLive: Episode 44 with Annette Davis [Footwear and Falls]

10/4/2018
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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...

Duration:00:53:15

PodChatLive: Episode 43 on Podiatry and Golf

9/27/2018
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In this episode we discuss the golf swing, the use of foot orthotics in golf and pseudoscience.

Duration:00:44:04

PodChatLive: Episode 42 on Video Marketing for Podiatry

9/21/2018
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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...

Duration:00:58:52

PodChatLive: Episode 41 with Ben Cormack [Exercise Rehab & Movement]

9/13/2018
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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).

Duration:00:57:59

PodChatLive: Episode 40 with Rich Willy [Running Biomechanics and Tissue Capacity]

9/7/2018
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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.

Duration:00:58:14

PodChatLive: Episode 39 with Dylan Morrissey [Shockwave Therapy]

8/31/2018
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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.

Duration:00:58:43

PodChatLive: Episode 38 with Nina Davies [Paediatric Gait]

8/24/2018
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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...

Duration:00:54:14

PodChatLive: Episode 37 with David Armstrong [The Diabetic Foot]

8/16/2018
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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...

Duration:01:01:58