The official podcast for Podiatry Systems, sharing research reviews and chatting to expert guests about clinical issues.
Clinical Practice Insights - Creating a Framework For Seeing Patients - Managing Imposter Syndrome
In this episode, Alex talks about an insight into how the common approach to musculoskeletal medicine can lead to imposter syndrome and some tips on how to create a framework to combat it.The idea for this episode was from insights of Laura Rathbone, Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Pain Coach. Follow her on instagram: @laura.paincoachIf you want to follow Alex, you can find him on Instagram and FacebookIG: @makingsenseinpodiatryFB: @makingsensepodYou can also find Alex's upcoming courses.Live workshopsOnline Courses/Webinars
Integrating Strength and Conditioning into Podiatry - A Panel Discussion
Join Podiatrist and Strength and Condition Coaches, Alex Murray, Patrick Doan, Angus McDonald and Tayla Forland as they talk about how they've integrated and improved their clinical practice by using the principles and lessons of Strength and Conditioning.They touch on topics such as:🏋️♂️ What is Strength and Conditioning as a concept and as a profession🧑⚕️ What are the principles of S+C and how they upgrade your clinical rehabilitation💡 How does an S+C mindset and approach differ from traditional rehabilitation🦵 How our clinical practice benefited after receiving S+C training💸 Financial benefits of being a strength and conditioning coach in addition to a PodiatristA recording of our online panel discussion. Find the full video here:www.podiatrysystems.com.au/sandcdiscussion
CauseHealth Collaboration - A Chat with Osteopath Dr Oliver Thomson - Qualitative research and how we can use it to understand pain and the unique patient
In this episode Alex chats with Dr Oliver Thomson, an Osteopath, researcher, university lectuerer and another communication and education partner for CauseHealth. They discuss Oliver's current roles as a qualitative researcher, university lecturer and clinician and how CauseHealth philosophy has helped him and how he understands musculoskeletal pain. They highlight in order to understand the patient in front of you, having an understanding of qualitative as well as quantitate research is imperative. Want to hear more from Oliver. Follow him on:Instagram @droliver_tTwitter @Dr_OliverT_PhD He is the host of the podcast, The Words Matter Podcast. Follow it on:Instagram @thewordsmatterpodcastTwitter @WordsClinical You can also learn more on his websites:https://www.wordsmatter-education.com/https://www.droliverthomson.com/
Research Review - Isometric exercise for acute pain relief: is it relevant in tendinopathy management?
In this week's review, Alex looks into the use of isometric exercises in the management of tendinopathy and specifically its use for acute pain management. He talks about the lack evidence for isometrics, how he uses them in clinical practice as well as general tendon loading paradigms overall. The full article can be found here:https://tinyurl.com/isotendonpainrelief
CauseHealth Collaboration - A chat with Dr Mark Kargela - Looking beyond the textbook and treating the individual patient. Insights and examples
In this episode Alex chats with Dr Mark Kargela, a Physical Therapist and another communication and education partner for CauseHealth. They discuss how and why Mark has been influenced his clinical practice, explore how it allows him to treat patients as individuals and present some examples from his clinical practice, including the language he uses to navigate these encounters! Want to hear more from Mark. Follow him on:Twitter and Instagram @MKargelaDPT Check out his education website/platform:www.modernpaincare.com
Research Review - Lifetime occupation is not associated with radiographic osteoarthritis of the first metatarsophalangeal joint in a cohort study of UK women
In this week's research review, Alex looks at another OA related paper, this time specifically in the 1st MTPJ. He discusses how this study finds that occupational activity or heel use isn't associated with increased risk of radiographic arthritis in the 1st MTPJ, the importance difference between radiographic and symptomatic OA in research and what this means for how we think about OA. Full article:https://tinyurl.com/1stMTPJOAOCCUPATION