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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 - Live Podiatry Discussion Ian Griffiths and Craig Payne

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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 Episode 86 with Christian Barton on Knee Pain in Runners

    PodChatLive Episode 86 with Christian Barton on Knee Pain in Runners

    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 history taking, the evidence behind foot orthoses for PFP, hip level rehabilitation/exercises and what good and bad management of knee pain may look like in general. He also touched on load management, training habits and gait retraining. Some serious ground covered in this hour!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    PodChatLive Episode 85 with Ian Reilly and David Gordon on Bunions

    PodChatLive Episode 85 with Ian Reilly and David Gordon on Bunions

    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 invasive/keyhole) so we discussed this, along with some of the most common non-surgical management options for bunions as well. Hope you enjoy.

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

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

    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 others do not. This episode gestures toward the importance of history taking, motivational interviewing, pain science and human psychology (as as such has immediately become Ian's favourite episode!)

    • 1 hr 1 min
    PodChatLive Episode 83 with Anna Boniface on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport

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

    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 sensitive, questions to ask (about weight, periods and libido) and gave some tips for how to ask them. She also shared with us her own personal story of being diagnosed with it around the time she earnt her vest to represent England in the marathon. Finally, she highlighted how to manage this complex condition within the MDT.

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

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

    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 discontnued, and what a better way to monitor load may be.

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

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

    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 discontinued, and what a better way to monitor load may be.

    • 40 min

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