Episode 54 with Rod Whiteley [Research Methods]

Episode 54 with Rod Whiteley [Research Methods]

In this episode we talked about why it is important for ALL clinicians to read papers (and be confident doing so), and hopefully imparted some tips on how to read a paper along the way. We touched on p values (and why 0.05 is not the magic number), confidence intervals, reliability, number needed to treat […]

Episode 22: Robert Issacs [Bad Science]

Episode 22: Robert Issacs [Bad Science]

In this episode we episode, we chatted with Robert Issacs and talked about discuss why critical thinking, biases, and why having the ability and desire to question/critique everything we read is crucial to improving the entire profession of Podiatry. We talk about common logical fallacies and errors in thinking, and highlight the behaviours seen from […]

Episode 21: Adam Meakins [Manual Therapy]

Episode 21: Adam Meakins [Manual Therapy]

In this episode, we chatted with Adam Meakins and talked about what manual therapy is, what effects it has (and doesn’t have), and why he thinks it sucks. We also touch on subluxed cuboids, pelvic equilibrium, trigger points and palpation pareidolia. Follow Adam on Twitter and read his blog.