Episode 52 with Helen Banwell [Paediatric Flatfoot]

Episode 52 with Helen Banwell [Paediatric Flatfoot]

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 […]

Episode 51 on Patellofemoral Pain

Episode 51 on Patellofemoral Pain

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. Audio Podcast: (download all episodes as podcasts here)

Episode 50: The 50th Celebration Episode

Episode 50: The 50th Celebration Episode

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 […]

Episode 49 with Peter Guy [Foot Orthotic Modifications]

Episode 49 with Peter Guy [Foot Orthotic Modifications]

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 […]

Episode 48 with Debbie Turner [Rheumatology]

Episode 48 with Debbie Turner [Rheumatology]

In this episode with chatted with Prof Debbie Turner who 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 […]