PodChatLive is the regular livestream hosted on Facebook for the continuing education of Podiatrists and other people who will be interested in the themes that this livestream debates. Even though the stream goes out live on Facebook the saved version is later on uploaded to YouTube. Every live show has a different expert or selection of guests to go over a different topic every time. Queries are responded to live by the hosts and guests through the live stream on Facebook. There's even a audio adaptation of each episode found on iTunes and also Spotify and the other traditional podcast platforms. They've already accomplished a significant following that is growing. PodChatLive is regarded as one of many approaches by which podiatrists could get free professional improvement points, credits or hours.
One of the most popular and also debatable show that they did was the episode with the physiotherapist on manual therapy, Adam Meakins in which they discussed just what manual treatments are and just what effects it has and much more what exactly Adam believes that it doesn’t accomplish, which describes why he thinks it “sucks”. Additionally, they discussed ideas for example subluxed cuboids, pelvic stability, trigger points and palpation pareidolia. Several prior episodes along with other experts were pro manual treatment and this was without doubt an anti-manual therapies stream. Considered alongside one another these episodes can give those a really good report about the advantages and disadvantages of the debates for and against the usage of manual therapies in clinical practice. A lot of this comes down to the caliber of the research and just how one prefers to spin that research to support whatever you decide to or may not believe in. Adam Meakins is a physio in the UK in which he works as an extended Scope Practitioner both in the National Health Service as well as the private sector located in and around Hertfordshire, England. Adam runs the Sports Physio web site plus a variety of courses of instruction for physical therapists. He is known for a leading social media presence, quite often arguing manual treatments ideas.