Episode 81 with Nadia Dembsky [Chilblains and ‘COVID Toes’]

Episode 81 with Nadia Dembsky [Chilblains and ‘COVID Toes’]

The second part of our chilblains double-header focused on these skin manifestations alongside the current global pandemic, specifically the chilblains (ie COVID toes), and what the changing and emerging evidence is telling us (currently). We were joined by Nadia Dembskey, who obtained her Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Johannesburg, sits on the […]

Episode 80 with Joseph Frenkel [Chilblains]

Episode 80 with Joseph Frenkel [Chilblains]

In this episode we were joined by the Podiatrist, Joseph Frenkel. Joseph has 15 years clinical experience, a professional diploma in Dermatology and a Masters degree in Wound Healing & Tissue Repair. In this episode he was kind enough to walk us through everything we need to know about Chilblains, including the pathophysiology, the clinical […]

Episode 78 with Paul Ingraham [Stretching]

Episode 78 with Paul Ingraham [Stretching]

Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science journalist and creator of PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab with about a million monthly readers. In this episode he discussed the reasons people ritualistically stretch (beliefs about flexibility, injury reduction, improving performance etc) and the whether the scientific literature backs them up. […]

Episode 76 on Paediatric Case Studies

Episode 76 on Paediatric Case Studies

For this epsiode we assembled a superb panel of paediatric specialists from the UK and Australia. We were joined by Dr Cylie Williams (Associate Professor at Monash University, guest on episode 04), Dr Alicia James (who was on our hugely popular episode 28 talking about her Calcaneal Apophysitis research) and Antoni Caserta (currently completing his […]

Episode 74 with Keith Rome [Gout]

Episode 74 with Keith Rome [Gout]

In this episode we were joined by JFAR editor in chief Professor Keith Rome to be taken on a deep dive of Gout. What is gout, and what important comorbidities should be considered? What is Pseudo-gout? How might it clinically present in acute and chronic contexts? Are blood tests helpful? What theories explain its prevalence […]