PodChatLive is a well-known livestream directed at educating Podiatry practitioners among others who might be interested in a great deal of relevant issues. It goes live on Facebook and next is later on transferred to YouTube. Every live show features a different guest or number of people to speak about an original subject every time. Queries are answered during the livestream by the hosts as well as the experts whilst in the live show on Facebook. Additionally there is a audio recording of each show on iTunes along with Spotify and the other traditional podcast methods. They have got developed a great following that is increasing. The show can be considered one of many approaches podiatrists can get free professional education points.
One of the most popular recent shows was speaking about the role of podiatry within football or soccer. In this episode they discussed the difficulties of dealing with soccer teams, and also the different ‘hacks’ which might be frequently needed for making foot orthotics for football footwear. There had been also some talk concerning the worth of pre-season screening of the lower limb. There was additionally an important discussion about the scientific research of the way boots work together with varying surfaces and what role that might play in performance and injury risk. The show assembled quite an expert panel which includes Dr Lindsay Hill who is a Sports Podiatrist who has worked with a consultancy basis for quite a few premier league football teams as well as being employed by the Football Association as podiatrist for the English women’s soccer teams. There was additionally David Brown, who qualified as a Podiatrist in 2015 after having a 17 year job as a pro footballer as well as Athol Thomson, a Sports Podiatrist based at Aspetar in Qatar who's presently studying for his PhD and studying football boot-playing surface traction. The last expert was Trevor Prior, a specialist Podiatric Surgeon who's wide experience inside pro soccer, having handled several premier league teams.