The Podiatry Legends Podcast will change the way you SEE, FEEL & THINK about the podiatry profession. This podcast is the place where Podiatrists openly share their amazing stories and careers paths, and expert business and marketing tips. It will expose YOU to all the opportunities that currently exist within the podiatry profession.
113 - Dr Sami Tabib Podiatry In the United Arab Emirates
Dr Sami Tabib is a podiatrist based in the Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. He obtained his DPM degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, and he always had a goal to take his podiatric skills to the UAE, which he did 18 years ago.
112 - Nicola O'Brian Diagnosing Lipoedema
Nicola O'Brian is a UK based podiatrist who has suffered Lipoedema for most of her life.
On this episode, Nicola explains how to diagnose lipoedema, why it is often misdiagnosed and confused with lymphoedema and obesity, and the important role podiatrists can play in managing this condition.
111 - Drs Todd & Leslie Brennan The Footprint Hunt
Drs Todd & Leslie Brennan are podiatrists in Florida, USA and they have written a children's book titled The Footprint Hunt.
On this episode, we discuss the process they went through to write their first children's book, which I think will be one of many. We open the episode discussing how they met in Podiatry School, their romance and the progression of their podiatry careers.
110 - Colin Power Be Curious, Don't Be A Dick
Colin Power is based in Harvey Bay, Queensland, Australia. After more than 30-years in the podiatry profession, he is still very curious, and he believes curiosity is far more important than passion.
He has had an amazing career both in and out of podiatry, and all this experience has given him a unique approach to how he now treats his patients. In addition to this, he needed to have open-heart surgery at 40-years of age, and this also gave him a new perspective on what is really important.
109 - Tyson E Franklin Understanding Biomechanics Using Guitar Chords
If you employ new graduates in your podiatry business and you're constantly frustrated by their apparent lack of biomechanical knowledge and clinical application, I think I can shed some light on the problem, and I'm going to play my guitar (poorly) to help explain my thinking.
108 - Dr Patrick McEneaney You Can't Manage 10 Clinics Yourself
Dr Patrick McEneaney has grown his podiatry empire from three clinics to ten clinics in less than twelve months and he has done it during COVID-19. Who Does That? One thing he has learnt is you cannot manage ten clinics yourself.