PodChatLive is the weekly livestream broadcast on Facebook for the ongoing education of Podiatrists and other people who may be curious about the topics that this show covers. Whilst the stream is broadcast live on Facebook the saved version is at a later time added to YouTube. Each livestream includes a different guest or selection of guests to talk about a new theme each time. Questions are answered live by the hosts and guests through the live episode on Facebook. You will find a PodCast version of each stream available on iTunes as well as Spotify and the other usual podcast sources. They've already gained a huge following which is growing. PodChatLive is regarded as among the many approaches by which podiatry practitioners can get free professional education hours, points or credits.
One of the most popular and also contentious show which they did has been the episode with the physio, Adam Meakins where they talked about what manual therapies is and just what outcomes they have and much more just what Adam considers that it doesn’t accomplish, which describes why he perceives it “sucks”. Additionally, they touched on topics for example subluxed cuboids, pelvic balance, trigger points and also palpation pareidolia. Several previous shows along with other guests were pro manual therapies and this chat was undoubtedly an anti-manual therapy stream. Used in concert these shows will offer those a great introduction to the advantages and disadvantages with the debates for and against the usage of manual therapy in clinical practice. A lot of this is dependant on the quality of the research and the way you decides on to spin that data to back up whatever you decide to or might not believe in. Adam Meakins is a physiotherapist in the UK in which he works as an extended Scope Practitioner in both the National Health Service and the private market situated in and around Hertfordshire, England. He operates the Sports Physio site as well as a range of courses of instruction for physiotherapists. He is known for a leading social media profile, usually arguing manual therapy themes.