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 27: Simon Spooner [Foot Orthotic Dosing]

Episode 27: Simon Spooner [Foot Orthotic Dosing]

This weeks guest was Simon Spooner. In this episode, we tried to highlight some of the limitations of foot orthoses research, and the way clinicians should be viewing all conclusions made in the context of said limitations. We talk about what “perfect” orthoses research may look like, the things we may want to ‘measure’ and […]

Episode 19: Bruce Williams [Plantar Pressures]

Episode 19: Bruce Williams [Plantar Pressures]

In this episode, we talked plantar pressures and pressure mapping with Bruce Williams Dr Bruce Williams DPM is from Indiana, USA. Bruce is a Fellow of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine and owner of Breakthrough Podiatry in NorthWest Indiana. He utilises both in-shoe and pressure mat equipment within his clinic, has been doing […]

Episode 18: Nathan White and Robert Brown [Cycling]

Episode 18: Nathan White and Robert Brown [Cycling]

In this episode we talked cycling with Nathan White and Robert Brown. Rob Brown was former head Physio for the Orica-GreenEdge pro cycling team and now specialises in cycling analysis, injury and bike fit and Nathan White has worked closely with elite cyclists throughout Australasia and is co-founder of the custom made orthoses company Cobra9 […]

Episode 12: Martin McGeough and Artur Maliszewski [Foot Orthotic Labs]

Episode 12: Martin McGeough and Artur Maliszewski [Foot Orthotic Labs]

In this episode we talked with Artur Maliszewski (Footwork Podiatric Laboratory) and Martin McGeough (Firefly Orthoses) about life at the orthoses labs. We touched how they personally made the journey from graduating Podiatrists to lab owners, their labs involvement in research, the preferences of their customers with regards to negative impression capture (plaster of paris […]

Episode 6: Kevin Kirby [Podiatric Biomechanics]

Episode 6: Kevin Kirby [Podiatric Biomechanics]

In this episode, Dr Kevin Kirby, DPM talks about his seminal paper on rotational equilibrium, tissue stress theory, Morgan’s meat pie theory and also his opinion on whether any knowledge of Root Theory is needed to assess and successfully treat our patients. Audio Podcast: (download all episodes as podcasts here) About Kevin Kirby DPM: Dr. […]