PodChatLive is a popular livestream created for teaching Podiatrists and others who may be interested in a great deal of related issues. It is streamed live on Facebook and after that is usually later on published over to YouTube. Each live show incorporates a different guest or number of guests to discuss a distinctive concept in each episode. Inquiries are answered during the live by the hosts as well as the experts whilst in the live episode on Facebook. Also there is a PodCast edition of each show on iTunes along with Spotify and the other usual podcast resources. They have got developed a large following which is developing. The show is viewed as one of the many strategies podiatry practitioners could possibly get free professional development credits.
One of the most popular recent episodes was discussing the role of podiatry within soccer or football. In this episode they spoke of the difficulties of managing soccer players, and also the numerous ‘hacks’ which are frequently necessary for making foot orthoses for soccer footwear. There was also some discussion concerning the value of pre-season testing with the lower limb. There was additionally a very important chat of the scientific research of the way boots work together with differing surface types and just what factor which may play in performance and injures. The livestream assembled quite an expert group including Dr Lindsay Hill who is a Sports Podiatrist that has worked on a consultant basis for quite a few premier group football teams as well as being used by the Football Association as podiatrist for the England women’s soccer teams. There was additionally David Brown, who graduated as a Podiatrist in 2015 right after a 17 year career as a pro footballer and Athol Thomson, a Sports Podiatrist centered at Aspetar in Qatar who is at present studying for his PhD and studying football boot-playing surface traction. The last guest was Trevor Prior, an expert Podiatric Surgeon who's substantial expertise within professional football, having handled a number of premier league clubs.