Best Clubfoot podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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It began with a radio show at Nottingham University which went onto win Best Specialist Music Programming at the 2009 Student Radio Awards (BBC Radio 1/6Music/Student Radio Association).With a policy of 'upfront new dance music', its spirit still lives and thrives on the blog (http://radioclubfoot.blogspot.com).The podcast provides interviews and mixes from the hottest properties in music across the board. We hope you like it!!
 
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PediaCast
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A Pediatric Podcast for Parents!
 
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Legends of Surgery
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Legends of Surgery is a podcast that tells the stories of the people and events that make up the history of modern surgery, told in an informal, entertaining and educational manner.
 
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Radio Rounds
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Radio Rounds is a free podcast series for healthcare professionals featuring Washington University pediatric specialists. Each 10-minute podcast focuses on topics relevant to pediatricians and health care providers caring for children.
 
Pediatric Specialty Care Spotlight podcasts from Shriners Hospitals for Children — Chicago, offers interviews with our physicians and clinicians in their areas of pediatric specialty care. Intended for parents, patients' families and clinicians.
 
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The Lineup Podcast
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It's a strange world out there. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a new case—from eerie destinations to bizarre true crimes throughout history. The Lineup Podcast is produced with love and mayhem by The Lineup staff and our partners in crime at America's Most Haunted.
 
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The 2019 Clinical Pediatric Update is designed to offer the primary care provider clinical approaches to problems common in pediatric and adolescent practice. Expect to explore current recommendations in adolescent medicine, urology, dermatology, endocrinology, allergy and pulmonary, psychiatry, orthopedics and genetics- all for CME credit. Joi ...…
 
Dr Janice Townsend is Chief of Dentistry at Nationwide Children’s. She joins us to answer questions about infant teething and tooth care for babies and toddlers. We explore symptom relief, brushing, fluoride, cavities, thumb-sucking and pacifiers. We hope you can join us!
 
It’s winter in Ohio and the Polar Vortex is here! This week we cover cold-weather safety, including tips for preventing, recognizing and treating frostbite and hypothermia. We also answer a pair of listener questions concerning toddler sleep and preparing young siblings for the arrival of a new baby in the home. We hope you can join us!…
 
Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) is a rare but serious disease that has polio-like symptoms where muscles and refluxes in the body become weak. According to the CDC, in 2018 alone there were 193 cases in 39 states. Dr. Sue Mukherjee explains the AFM virus, what may cause it and the intensive rehabilitation care and services available at Shriners Ho ...…
 
Listen in as a mother of two children shares her powerful story alongside her children's doctor of her children's unexpected diagnosis of cleft lip and palate. April and Dr. Morris are hoping to help families dealing with this diagnosis.
 
Mary Fournier, MD, MPH, discusses the current state of STDs and birth control in the millennial generation. She shares what has changed, any new methods available and how pediatricians can help frame this conversation for parents and patients.
 
This week we answer a listener question about severe ibuprofen allergy (anaphylaxis) and examine truths and myths surrounding fever. We hope you can join us!
 
In this episode, we will cover the German surgeon August Bier, and his creation of both spinal anesthesia, and the eponymously named Bier block, used commonly today for regional anesthesia. We'll also cover some less well known aspects of his career, and touch on his mentor, Johann von Esmarch, known for the Esmarch bandage (and so much more)! ...…
 
Clubfoot may look like the foot is lying on its side with the bottom of the foot facing in towards the middle and the feet are usually stiff and difficult to get out of this position. Dr. Peter Smith discusses how clubfoot is a specialty of the hospital's team of pediatric orthopaedic surgeons, why the team approach at Shriners provides the bes ...…
 
St. Louis Children's Hospital recently welcomed a new president. Tune in to learn more about Dr. Mark Shen and his goals for the hospital system.
 
Dr Lisa Lewis, author of Feed the Baby Hummus, visits this week as we explore parenting practices from countries and cultures around the world. We hope you can join us!
 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza is the most frequent cause of death in the United States from a vaccine-preventable disease. The 2017-18 influenza season was an intense one, with 172 pediatric deaths recorded. David Hunstad, MD discusses what we know about the current state of this year's flu season, and w ...…
 
In this episode, we'll cover the life of the 18th century English surgeon, Percivall Pott. This includes some of the numerous disorders named after him, and covers the first description of an association between an occupational exposure and cancer, which would lead to significant social change. And of course, we'll take some detours, including ...…
 
Highlights magazine returns to PediaCast to talk about their annual State of the Kid Report. This year’s focus is “the influences and worries of a generation ready to stand up and do what’s right.” Editor-in-chief, Christine French Cully, shares survey results, while parenting coach and education expert, Jennifer Miller, unpacks insight and tak ...…
 
Bill Craggs, CPO and Jeffrey Ackman, MD discuss the types of orthopaedic conditions children may need braces for. In this panel discussion, they will also share what prosthetics and orthothic devices for children are offered and how the specialists at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Chicago has the largest clinic in Chicago for children with ...…
 
Terra Blatnik, MD, discusses Severs Disease treatment options and when to refer to pediatric sports medicine at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
 
In this episode, we explore the history of Robert Liston, considered "the fastest knife in the west end" of London, in an era before anesthesia. He was also famous for an operation with a 300% mortality rate, and for performing the first operation under ether in Europe. Liston also had many rivals, including a physician that led the charge duri ...…
 
It is antibiotic awareness week! Join us as we reach into the PediaCast archive and share an interview with Dr Preeti Jaggi on antibiotic stewardship. We introduce the concept and share steps medical providers and families can take to reduce the misuse of antibiotics.
 
Katherine Rivera, MD, discusses what's new in the Asthma treatment pipeline, her recent clinical trials, why pediatricians listening could really benefit from this study and why they should refer a patient with Asthma to St. Louis Children's Hospital.
 
Kathleen Simpson, MD discusses why the Fontan Clinic at St. Louis Children’s Hospital was established, what a referring provider can expect from the Fontan Clinic team and she offers hope and support for patients after Fontan Procedure.
 
Kelsey Elaine Davidson, MD discusses the most common sports injuries she sees, how sports medicine differs from orthopedics, and how to treat those injuries in growing children.
 
Christina Gurnett, MD, PhD discuses the recent outbreak of acute flaccid myelitis and when a pediatrician should refer to the specialists at St. Louis Children's Hospital for this rare but serious condition.
 
In this episode, we'll cover the strange and sometimes disturbing history of psychosurgery, and in particular, the frontal lobotomy. We'll meet the Nobel Prize winning Egas Moniz as well as the physician and self-promoter Walter Freeman. And as a special bonus, we'll briefly cover the history of zombies!…
 
Most children with congenital heart disease grow up to live active, healthy lives. It is important for these children to receive appropriate follow-up care throughout childhood to watch for signs of developmental issues. Christopher D. Smyser, MD and Caroline Lee, MD, discuss the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic at the St. Louis Children’s and ...…
 
November is Family Literacy Month! Drs Alex Rakowsky and Mary Ann Abrams visit the studio as we explore the many benefits of reading. We share tips for nurturing a kid’s love of written stories and reveal our favorite books for babies, teens and all the ages in between. We hope you can join us!
 
In this panel interview, Sarah Richards, MS, CCC-SLP and Kathyrn Hess, MS, CCC-SLP discuss why certain children need speech therapy, what an appointment is like, and how Shriners Hospitals for Children uses the latest technology in speech therapy for Cleft palate and craniofacial conditions.
 
Jennifer Sprague, MD, PhD, discusses the evaluation and treatment for Turner Syndrome and the Turner's Clinic at the St. Louis Children's Hospital Specialty Care Center.
 
The pediatric plastic surgery service provides reconstructive procedures for children and young adults with congenital, developmental and acquired deformities. Lee, Alkureishi, M.D. discusses why a child might need plastic surgery and the many plastic surgery options for children at Shriners Hospital for Children- Chicago.…
 
Mark Rallo, OD, discusses early detection and treatment of Progressive Myopia and when it is important that a pediatrician refer to a specialist.
 
In this panel discussion, Barbara Warner, MD, and Jason Newland, MD, discuss antibiotic resistance and use in the NICU. They explain the state of antibiotic resistance and how doctors are monitoring the use of antibiotics to treat premature infants.
 
In this episode, we will follow the history of the treatment of clubfoot, from antiquity, through the Renaissance and into modern surgery. Interestingly, the thinking has swung from conservative treatment, through a number of mechanical solutions, through surgical solutions, and finally come back to a non-invasive approach. As usual, we will me ...…
 
Dr Peter Minneci visits the studio as we explore the symptoms, treatment and prevention of pilonidal disease. Also considered this week: MiraLAX and infant-walker safety, texting while driving and teenage suicide. We hope you can join us!
 
Children with somatic symptom disorder worry excessively about physical symptoms that are fairly routine — headaches, stomachaches, nausea or fatigue -- which they interpret as signs of serious illness. The disorder presents conditions in which individuals experience physical symptoms that are not fully explained by the presence of a general me ...…
 
Todd Druley, MD, PhD, discusses the latest research underway to tailor therapies for Acute Myeloid Leukemia, and how advancements and innovations in treatment have lead to the Hyundai Hope on Wheels Quantum Award.
 
In this episode, we will take a look at some of the unsung heroes of the operating room, going back to some of the earliest surgeries. We'll meet some of the interesting roles that developed, including Handlers, Dressers and Surgical Beadles. From there, we'll trace the development of the modern surgical technologist through the 20th century. A ...…
 
This week we explore the real benefits and risks of immunizations. Have your children had their HPV vaccine? (They should… and that includes your boys!) What about the meningitis shot? And how many shots are too many? Dr Mike Brady stops by as we consider common vaccine questions asked by parents. We hope you can join us!…
 
Arthrogryposis is a congenital condition of joint contracture. A joint is stuck in a position due to thin, weak or missing muscles surrounding the joint. Dr. Sue Mukhurjee and Dr. Haluk Altiok explain Arthrogryphosis and treatment options available at Shriners Hospitals for Children-Chicago.
 
10TV’s Tracy Townsend and Dr Mike entertain back-to-school questions from our Facebook Live audience. Topics include sleep hygiene, breakfast and school lunches, after school activities, immunizations, vision and hearing problems, illness prevention, energy drinks, friends, stress, Pop-Tarts, vaping… and more!…
 
In this episode, we will follow the history of the repair of inguinal hernias from ancient times, through the age of dissection, to the Renaissance where we will meet the surgeons that influenced our understanding of the anatomy and pathology of hernias. From there, we will cover the first successful tissue repairs, then move on to the era of m ...…
 
Dr Leena Nahata and Stacy Whiteside visit the studio as we consider fertility preservation. Many children and teens face disease and medical treatment that affects future fertility. Find out what can be done now to increase the chance of pregnancy and childbirth down the road. We also explore West Nile Virus, including the cause, symptoms, diag ...…
 
Working closely with referring physicians and other specialists at St. Louis Children's Hospital, the specialists with the Program in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology are able to address the special gynecologic needs of children and adolescents. Holly Hoefgen, MD, Washington University pediatric and adolescent gynecologist at St. Louis Child ...…
 
This week we answers listener questions and take a sneak peek into the future of pediatric medicine. Topics include baby hearing loss, hand-washing and family dynamics, reading comprehension, 3D-printed replacement bone, ketamine for teenage depression and a blood test for Kawasaki Disease.
 
St. Louis Children's Hospital, one of the premier children's hospitals in the United States, recently opened a new medical 3D printing center at the BJC Institute of Health at Washington University School of Medicine (425 South Euclid Avenue, Suite 4301), located next to St. Louis Children's Hospital (SLCH) in the Central West End. St. Louis Ch ...…
 
Dr Leslie Appiah visits the PediaCast Studio as we explore teenage endometriosis. Discover the cause, symptoms, work-up, treatment and long-term outlook for those affected. Also reviewed this week: salmonella and meningitis. We hope you can join us!
 
In this episode, we explore the life of the English surgeon, Sir Astley Cooper, as well as some of his most notable accomplishments. Along the way, we'll cover the infamous story of his nephew, Bransby Cooper, which intersects the beginnings of the medical journal The Lancet, and represents one of the first medico-legal trials on record. Some o ...…
 
Shriners Hospitals for Children — Chicago has an extensive cerebral palsy program comprised of physicians, nurses; physical, occupational and speech therapists; social worker care managers and RN care managers. Our pediatric specialists offer a combined 75 years of expertise in caring for the child with mild to complex cases of cerebral palsy. ...…
 
Dr Amanda Whitaker visits the studio as we explore the cause, diagnosis and treatment of a common birth defect: clubfoot. We also consider lawn mower safety with tips and best practices for trimming the grass with children at home. We hope you can join us!
 
The multidisciplinary team at St Louis Children's Hospital offers expertise in diagnosing and treating disorders of sex development. Christopher Lewis, MD, and Abby Hollander, MD, join the show in a panel discussion on the Differences in Sex Development (DSD, or "Intersex") Clinic at St. Louis Children's Hospital, and when to refer to a specialist.…
 
This week we review bicycle safety (hint: helmets are REALLY important!). Then our Pediatrics in Plain Language Panel returns as we consider fitness facts and ideas for all ages. Whether the sun is shining… or it’s raining… or even the middle of winter… we share practical tips for having fun and staying fit. We hope you can join us!…
 
As the number of pediatric cancer survivors continues to grow as treatments become more effective, considerations regarding the long-term effects of therapy have become more important—though the effects may be unpredictable. Dr. Holly Hoefgen joins the show to discuss how fertility preservation offers young cancer survivors options to have chil ...…
 
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