Episode 26: Howard Dananberg [Sagittal Plane Theory]

In this episode, Howard Dananberg tells us how he first starting thinking about sagittal plane mechanics in the context of ‘functional hallux limitus’ and how this influenced his practice over the last three decades.

Audio Podcast:

(download all episodes as podcasts here)

About Howard Dananberg, DPM:
Howard Dananberg DPM is a podiatrist who previously practiced in Manchester, New Hampshire. He was named one of the most influential podiatrists in the USA by Podiatry Management magazine. Howard has published widely on foot and lower limb biomechanics. He is known worldwide for his well researched understanding of the connection between gait style and chronic lower back pain. He has also pioneered solutions for limited range of motion in the big toe joint (functional hallux limitus) which forms the based of the Sagittal Plane Facilitation Theory.

More:
Podiatry Arena threads:
‘Root’ vs ‘sagittal plane facillitation’ models
Sagittal Plane Theory and Plantar Fasciitis

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 so for almost two decades and published on this topic in peer reviewed academic journals. We discuss the centre of pressure (CoP), how pressure data influences Bruce’s clinical decision making, the pros and cons of in-shoe Vs mat technology and try to offer some guidance to those who may be considering adding this type of service to their practice.

Audio Podcast:

(download all episodes as podcasts here)

Follow Bruce on Twitter.