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Best Podiatrystudent podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
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Updated June 2020
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Kate Markland is this months 'Legend who is not a Podiatrist'. Kate is a Physiotherapist and developer of the Markland Method program, which is a biological model for running a business in a language that healthcare businesses already understand. Kate decided to create a system that was not only easy and intuitive to understand but could actually h…
 
Rebecca Rushton is a podiatrist in Esperance, Western Australia, with a population of 12,000 people and the next closest podiatrist is 400km away. There would be very few Podiatrists in the world that would know more about treating blisters and how to prevent them from occurring in the first place. On this episode we discuss: What causes blisters (…
 
Dr Howard Dananberg explains that in the 1980s podiatrists didn't always work in the best hospitals and therefore complications with surgery was a possibility; therefore this made him start thinking and looking of alternative treatment options for common foot surgeries. On this episode, Dr Dananberg and I take a journey through his early career and…
 
My guest Jonathan Small is a UK based podiatrist, and he believes that you should be charging what you're worth, and nothing less. You should also stay away from the land of low fees because it is a dangerous place and nothing good ever comes from it. If you want to have a financially viable podiatry business, you've got to set your fees correctly.…
 
What makes this podcast episode really special is my guest is from Spain and wants to remain anonymous. He wants his work and ideas to do the talking for him, not his name. I know some marketing professionals would tell you this goes against everything you're supposed to do, but after you listen to this episode you'll get a better understanding as …
 
Grant Duong is an innovative and inspirational podiatry business leader, and he understands what is required to take your podiatry career and business from good to great. A limited mindset aims for good, but everyone can aim for great if they want it. He is a partner in The Triumph Institute, which is a multidisciplinary business offering Podiatry,…
 
Jason Cunningham is the co-owner of The Practice, a business advisory firm in Victoria Australia, an author and media commentator on radio and television, including Network Ten's The Living Room. On this episode, we will discuss his latest book, Have Your Cake & Sell it Too - The 7 Key Ingredients of Business Success, and how podiatrists can benefi…
 
Dr Patrick McEneaney was my guest on Ep 048: Rapid Business Expansion, (Nov. 2019), and since then he has purchased three more podiatry businesses, right in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic? What was he thinking? Is he crazy, or is he a genius? I'll let you decide, but one thing I can tell you for sure is that Dr McEneaney is a passionate podiat…
 
Dave James is a UK based Podiatrist & Business Coach, and previous guest on this podcast (Ep 007). I asked Dave to come back onto the show to talk about a topic that I know is extremely important but often avoided by many people, myself included, and that's using video to grow your podiatry business. Dave shares some straightforward tips that will …
 
Talysha Reeve has had quite a unique podiatry career, as most of her post-graduate studies, CPD courses and certifications have been obtained through other allied-health bodies, not traditional podiatry. Currently, Talysha balances her time between working at an Adelaide sports podiatry business and her podiatry CPD business, Kinetic Therapies, tha…
 
THIS EPISODE IS A SPECIAL EDITION: Only a few weeks ago on Episode 067, my guest was Dr Emily Splichal, a fit and healthy New York City podiatrist, and as you're probably aware, New York City is like a battleground right now because of COVID-19. Dr Emily has become one of the statistics. As I record this episode on the 4th of April 2020, New York C…
 
There's one thing all successful podiatrists have in common, regardless of where they are in the world, and that is they all have a positive mindset, and Irish Podiatrist Locan O Donaile proves this once again. Lorcan is the author of a new book titled Podiatry Business Success Secrets - The Ultimate Guide to Building a Profitable Podiatry Practice…
 
WARNING: This is an uplifting episode that will make you immediately want to achieve more. If you love wallowing in misery and negativity, do not press play. Dr Jeffrey Tho is a Melbourne based dentist and dental business coach who represented Australia at the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games in Delhi and Glasgow. This episode could not have been b…
 
Dr Brad Schaeffer is one of the podiatrists on the highly successful TLC television show MY FEET ARE KILLING ME. Throughout the series, viewers will immerse themselves with both doctors – one west coast and one east coast – as they juggle all sorts of eye-popping cases, from wart clusters and funky fungus to toe amputations and foot reconstructions…
 
Dr Emily Splichal, Functional Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, is the Founder of EBFA Global, Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist® Certification, Author of Barefoot Strong and CEO / Founder of Naboso Barefoot Technology. With over 20 years in the fitness industry, Dr Splichal has dedicated her medical/podiatry career towards studyi…
 
Justin Blake is a former sports podiatrist who has worked with recreational through to international and Olympic level athletes. He was part of the UK Olympic Performance Plan and at one stage owned seven podiatry clinics in both the UK and in Ireland. After selling his highly successful podiatry businesses, Justin set up Justin Blake Media and now…
 
Most podiatrists, when they reach a certain point in their career, want to volunteer or give back to the profession in some way. Some focus their attention locally, while others like the idea of helping overseas. On this episode, I talk with Greg Lawrence, the owner of Georgetown Foot Clinic in Ontario, Canada and Board Member of the Ontario Societ…
 
We hear so much from "motivational speakers" or so-called success gurus that you want your passions to drive your work. Maybe they're right, maybe not. It certainly sounds good, but it does raise a few questions. Dr David Weiman is a psychologist and leadership consultant in Philadelphia. He helps business leaders of all types, including those who …
 
If you want a successful podiatry business, you need to look after your team, WOW your patients and have well thought out systems and processes that work flawlessly in the background making sure everything comes together as it should. Few do this better than Dr Peter Wishnie from New Jersey, USA. Peter is the owner of Family Foot & Ankle Specialist…
 
Nikki Grant is a third-generation podiatrist from Falkirk, Central Scotland, and she believes strongly that podiatry should be a lifestyle, not just a job. Nikki works at Grant Chiropody & Podiatry, which was established 71 years ago by her Grandparents, who were both Chiropodists, and today she works with her parents, who are both Podiatrists, hen…
 
On my office wall at home, I have a quote that says, "The next connection you make could be the one that changes your life", and my guest today Trevor Prior is a master when it comes to making and maintaining meaningful relationships. And he does it both in and out of the podiatry profession. Trevor openly admits that podiatry was not his first cho…
 
José Luis Gómez is a Spanish Podiatrist who works in private practice in Valencia. José shares some critical information about how he went about learning additional skills from other, more experienced podiatrists in his area. He put his ego aside and focused on what was best for the patient. If you genuinely want to learn new skills you've got to b…
 
Louise Reaney is a UK based podiatrist and owner of LR Podiatry. Without knowing, Lousie became an accidental business owner and with that came a surprising amount of stress, mental fatigue, exhaustion and as she explains, "podiatry was boring the arse off me". But, this all changed three years ago when Louise made a conscious effort to do somethin…
 
Every podiatry business wants more new patients and throwing thousands of dollars each month at Google Ads is not the answer. It may seem like a smart thing to do because others are doing it, but there is a better way to market your podiatry business that will save you money ($) and give you better results. Taylor Cutler is the Head of Marketing at…
 
Ian Sadler was a successful Battlefield Medic and Paratrooper in the British Army working with Elite and Special Forces. Today he is the owner of BX Clinic (Specialist biomechanics) in Norwich and a physical trainer in the Army Reserves. Today we talk about his passion for biomechanics and how his time in the military has influenced how he approach…
 
We're all faced with adversity at one point or another in our podiatry careers and when it happens it a great time for self-reflection and opportunity for personal and professional growth. Dr Rob Hermann is a Podiatric Surgeon and owner of Adelaide Foot & Ankle, and he has been practising foot and ankle surgery since 1991. He has practice surgery i…
 
Amy Maclean is one funny podiatrist and has an infectious sense of humour. It could be because she is from Scotland, but I honestly believe it's her enthusiasm and attitude towards work and life, which made her such an absolute joy to talk with. Amy is the owner of Amy Maclean Podiatry, and she was the co-host with Dave James (Episode 007) at the O…
 
David Gruhl is a Queensland University of Technology graduate. Upon graduation, he worked in a Cycling and Podiatry shop in Brisbane, who were the developers of the Cobra9 Carbon cycling Orthotics, and for the past two years, he has been working in the UK. Also in 2017, with Scott Greenbank (Episode 030) he began Bridge The Gap as a way of providin…
 
Dave Cashley owns Dundee Podiatry Clinic in Scottland. He has a special interest in lower extremity manipulation, and this interest has led Dave to publish and lecture extensively on this particular topic. He is now studying toward a PhD. His research is based around the treatment of neuromas, doing a parallel study of manual therapy versus steroid…
 
Mary-Ellen is a mother, a wife and a businesswoman. She owns the Foot Stop Podiatry Services – a mobile podiatry business creating waves in Australia. She was named 2019 Queensland Young Businesswoman of the Year – and is not yet 30 years old. She has accomplished more than the average and sharing with us today her steps to sustainable success and …
 
Ian Griffiths is a London based Podiatrist, and Craig Payne resides in Melbourne, Australia. In October 2017, while Craig was visiting Ian in the UK, he had an idea, "let's do a Facebook LIVE video and see what happens". To their surprise, it was well-received and so began Pod Chat LIVE. Initially, it was a weekly show, but due to time restraints, …
 
Margaryta Chos is a Ukrainian refugee, who now resides in Glasgow, Scottland, and her story is an inspiration and example of what true grit and determination can achieve. She is a former Ukranian Army lieutenant, current Fitness Model & Body Builder, Super Mum and successful Youtuber, and while doing all this, she managed to obtain her Podiatry deg…
 
Andrew Van Essen is a Podiatric Surgeon based in South Australia, and he has visited Japan over thirty times, Vietnam more often than most and has travelled extensively around the world spreading the podiatry message. Travelling abroad didn't happen by accident; doors to the world opened through volunteering. On this episode we discuss: His early c…
 
If you want to scale and grow your podiatry business, you've got to make decisions fast, and Dr Patrick McEneaney has done just that. He has expanded his Northern Illinois Foot & Ankle Specialists podiatry business from one to five in just a few short years, but as he explains, opportunities are all around us you've just got to be prepared to jump …
 
Ben and Sally Haythornthwaite are a husband and wife team running a UK based podiatry business called The Foot and Ankle Clinic. Ben is the podiatrist, with a previous employment history of engineering and architecture, and Sally has a background in marketing, brand psychology and management. They have put these previous skills and life experiences…
 
When it comes to owning a successful podiatry business, you need to surround yourself with a great team. Still, a great team does not happen by accident; it happens when you have protocols in place to identify the right team members for the business supported by an outstanding, well thought out mentoring process. My guest today William Kuang, from …
 
When it comes to running a successful podiatry business, it is vital to find your passion, surround yourself with the right team, and develop a mindset of success by associating with like-minded positive people. Drs Peyman & Viedra Elison are a dynamic podiatry team that own Fixing Feet Institute in Surprise, Arizona. I recently spent three days wi…
 
Every successful podiatrist, not just in business, will tell you their career and success really started to take off once that made a conscious effort to develop a positive mindset. Jonathan Small is a UK based podiatrist and also a previous guest, Ep 006 - Work Smarter, Not Harder. I was privileged to watch Jonathan give an excellent presentation …
 
So, what was the OSGO Foot & Ankle Show in Liverpool really like? More than one thousand people attended, not just podiatrists, but everyone that has a working interest in the foot and ankle. I managed to grab a few of the podiatry delegates to share their thoughts and experiences in regards to the quality of speakers and the content provided over …
 
Dr Oz is a Podiatric surgeon based in Sydney. After receiving his surgical qualifications, he became a sessional lecturer at WSU and then at CQU, then in late 2017, the idea of having all Podiatrists work collaboratively to strengthen the industry and the individual, led to the formation of the now registered co-operative Pods Equity. For more deta…
 
In 1995, Dr Alan Sherman, DPM founded the first online community and website for podiatry, Podiatry Online, which grew to become the largest internet community for podiatrists in the world. At its peak, two-thirds of licensed podiatrists in the United States were members. Podiatry Online was acquired by Moore Medical, in 2000, and Alan was employed…
 
Have you ever had an idea that could change the Podiatry profession? Dr Michael Graham has had a lot of ideas, and instead of just sitting back and wondering 'what if', he has taken action and turned them into reality. He is a serial entrepreneur. He is an innovator and implementor in the field of foot and ankle medicine and surgery. He has taken a…
 
Since starting this podcast, I've had a few podiatrists say they want to know more about me, THE HOST, and my response was, "There's not much to tell". One particular podiatrist, Scott Greenbank, Founder of the Bridge The Gap Facebook page wouldn't take NO for an answer, and this episode is the result. I hope this episode doesn't disappoint. Today …
 
Dr Tea Nguyen owns Pacific Point Podiatry in Santa Cruz, California and has a special interest in diabetic limb salvage. She opened her solo practice in August 2018, which has a revived her love for podiatry. She never planned on owning her own podiatry business, but after falling pregnant her employer didn't respond favourably to her needs, so aft…
 
Dr Howard Dananberg practised in Manchester, New Hampshire until 2012 when he retired. He has received numerous awards for his work on sagittal plane biomechanics, and he redefined how we viewed pronation. Throughout his career, Dr Dananberg never stopped questioning what he saw with his patients and through his own funded research, he developed th…
 
Sean Pincus is from Cape Town, South Africa, and he has spent the past thirty years honing his skills in the area of sports podiatry and orthotic design. Sean understands why communication and psychology are so crucial to the management and treatment outcomes of his patient's foot and lower limb problems. On this episode we discuss: Why he was init…
 
Ian Reilly is a consultant Podiatric Surgeon in Northhampton, UK. He is also an expert witness when it comes to podiatric medico-legal cases. When he's not consulting as a podiatric surgeon, you'll probably find him with a fishing rod in his hand. On This Episode We Discuss: The influence of social media and why people need to know, like and trust …
 
Dr David Armstrong is Professor of Surgery at Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) and Founder of Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA). He holds a Masters of Science in Tissue Repair and Wound Healing from the University of Wales College of Medicine, and a PhD from the University of Manchester Colleg…
 
Mike Luker graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University in Wales, and after initially working in Indonesia he moved to Australia. He is now based on the Gold Coast, Queensland and is the co-owner of Ace Health Centre. On this episode, we discuss why and how Mike took over a local Physiotherapy clinic, added podiatry as a service and rebranded it …
 
Dr Dock Dockery is the Founder and Chairman of the International Foot & Ankle Foundation for Education and Research, a position he has held for the past 40 years. He has authored over 150 scientific articles and chapters in medical journals and texts and five medical textbooks. He is also an International Educator, Lecturer, Author, and promotor of…
 
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