Podiatry Legends Podcast

Podiatry Legends Podcast

www.tysonfranklin.com/podcast/podiatry-legends
Where Podiatrists Can Listen & Learn


106 - (Part 1) Podiatry Students Around The World
Oct 14 • 49 min
On this episode, I talk with a group of podiatry students from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The students studying podiatry right now are the future of our profession, so all of us need to understand how they think and…
105 - Nicola O’Brian Cosmetic & Aesthetic Podiatry
Oct 8 • 49 min
Nicola O’Brian is from ESSEX in the UK, and over the past 20-years she has specialised in Aesthetic treatments, initially coining the phrase “Cosmetic Podiatry”. To be perfectly honest, Nicola hated the idea of Cosmetic Podiatry, in fact, she would be…
104 - Jay Henderson Don’t Hire Sub-Par Team Members
Oct 2 • 44 min
Jay Henderson is the author of The Ultimate Guide To Hiring Superstars. His company Real Talent Hiring, is dedicated to helping employers take the guesswork out of people performance using the Real Talent System—the only objective metric system of its…
103 - Dr Sanjay Sharma Podiatry In INDIA
Sep 30 • 38 min
Dr Sanjay Sharma is from Bangalore, INDIA, and he is the founder and medical director of FootSecure, a chain of podiatric clinics in India, enabling access to quality foot and ankle care for the 1.2 billion population.
102 - Dr Cam Wareham The Harder You Work, The Luckier You Get
Sep 24 • 41 min
Dr Cam Wareham has worked in the area of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery for over 25 years, and he has worked across three countries, New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom. His career started in MSK and sports podiatry in Canberra, and even though…
101 - David Mullens is The Podiatrist Who Became A Kick-Ass Attorney
Sep 16 • 50 min
David Mullens is a Podiatric Surgeon and Californian health care attorney. On this episode, we cover some simple tactics every podiatrist should be using to protect themselves from insurance companies, and also how to avoid getting taken to the cleaners…
100 - Tyson E Franklin Why Niching Is The Future of Podiatry Post Covid-19
Sep 8 • 44 min
This is Episode 100, and I want to thank every guest who has openly shared their stories, wisdom and podiatry experiences, and also every person that has listened to an episode and contributed to the 50,000 plus downloads. On this podcast, I’m also…
099 - Dr Richard Chasen Be More Than Just A Pod
Aug 28 • 51 min
WARNING: This episode will motivate and inspire you. Dr Richard Chasen is the owner of The Lower Limb Clinic in Melbourne, Victoria and I’m not sure if his wisdom and guidance come from his teachings as a Rabi or his 40 plus years in Karate. Richard is…
098 - Michael Stephenson Tomorrow’s Podiatry
Aug 20 • 59 min
Michael Stephenson is a private practitioner based in Glasgow, Scotland. Before studying Podiatry, Michael was a qualified Ski Instructor and then worked in outdoor retail where he gained an interest in helping people find solutions for painful feet which…
097 - Dr TJ Ahn Avoid The Force of Average
Aug 13 • 47 min
Dr TJ Ahn is a first-generation Korean who immigrated to America alone when he was only 19 without any connections or ability to speak English. He called Tennessee home initially where he studied Computer Science and Business, before eventually moving to…
096 - Jonathan Small FEAR & Comfort Zones
Aug 5 • 42 min
Jonathan Small is a UK based podiatrist, and today we discuss why many podiatrists fear stepping out of their comfort zones, not realising that this avoidance is forgoing their long-term career and business success. It’s not normal to say, “I want to make…
095 - Nicky Jurd Is Your Website Like Off Milk?
Jul 31 • 38 min
Nicky Jurd is the co-owner of Precedence, a website development company based in Cairns, Australia, and her company employees over 20 socially awkward, yet incredibly talented website designers and programmers. But Nicky openly admits that the coffee…
094 - Alex Murray Making Sense of Pain Management
Jul 29 • 36 min
Alex Murray is a Canberra based Podiatrist and the founder of the website Making Sense in Podiatry. He’s passionate about helping other clinicians make sense of evidence and clinical practice with a core philosophy of exploring the complexity of human…
093 - Kieran Carew Pathology Based Orthotics
Jul 24 • 37 min
Kieran Carew specialises in CADCAM technologies and postural biomechanics and is the Director of Foothealth UK Ltd. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he developed Pathology Based Orthotics, which is an alternative to custom-made orthotics and perfect for…
092 - Sarah-Jane Walls is The Posture Pod
Jul 16 • 37 min
If this podcast episode does not get you fired up, I think you may need someone to check your pulse. Sarah-Jane Walls, aka SJ The Posture Pod is a Scottish Podiatrist who owns TYPP - The Yoga & Pilates Place. Before obtaining her podiatry degree, she was…
091 - Paul Thompson Treating Children
Jul 9 • 36 min
Paul Thompson is the owner of three podiatry businesses, Leisure Coast Podiatry, Berry Podiatry and Illawarra Sports Podiatry, which incorporates Synergy Kids Podiatry. Paul has a particular interest in treating children and works with specialised…
090 - Claire Farquharson Clever Use of Instagram
Jul 2 • 39 min
Claire Farquharson will be the first person to tell you that she is not an Instagram expert; however, she has found a way to make Instagram work for her and her career as a podiatrist. In 2018, she started a little Instagram page and blog @_ThePod with…
089 - Deb Johnstone Is My Mindset Coach
Jun 28 • 39 min
Every month I like to share a legend who is not a podiatrist. On this episode, I want to introduce you to my Mindset Coach, the person who has helped me keep my head screwed on and focused on the tasks that matter most, Deb Johnstone, from…
088 - Dannielle Slager Digging In
Jun 25 • 44 min
Dannielle Slager doesn’t just like ingrown toenails, it’s an area of podiatry she is hugely passionate about, and she has made it her sole focus where she currently works in Melbourne. Before finding her employer in Melbourne, Dannielle left the…
087 - John Guiliana Clinical Benefits of Lower Patient Volumes
Jun 17 • 48 min
Dr John Guiliana has had a unique career path, moving from Pharmacy to Podiatry and eventually into Healthcare Management with NEMO Health. Right now, during COVID-19, he has been assisting podiatry business owners across North America to move through the…
086 - Shaun Bergin & George Koutsioufitis Creating A Fun, Professional Business Culture
Jun 9 • 47 min
Shaun Bergin and George Koutsioufitis are the owners of Fairfield Podiatry in Victoria, Australia, and they have created a podiatry business overflowing with professionalism, fun and a business culture that would make many podiatrists envious. I first…
085 - Damian Murray The Podiatrist In Pinstriped Scrubs
Jun 3 • 51 min
Damian Murray owns and manages three multidisciplinary clinics in his hometown of Cardiff, Wales. He often refers to himself as a podiatrist in the pinstriped scrubs because one morning he will be a podiatrist and the next he is a businessman. Damian also…
084: Kate Markland Your Business Is Alive
May 31 • 34 min
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…
083 - Rebecca Rushton The Blister Expert
May 29 • 34 min
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…
082 - Dr Howard Dananberg Non-Surgical Treatment of Hallux Limitus
May 20 • 39 min
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; consequently, this made him start thinking and looking of alternative treatment options for…
081 - Jonathan Small Don’t Live In The Land of Low Fees
May 13 • 48 min
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…
080 - BRAIN 4 FEET - You Need To THINK
May 5 • 40 min
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…
079 - Grant Duong From Good To Great
Apr 29 • 53 min
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…
078 - Jason Cunningham Have Your Cake & Sell It Too
Apr 23 • 44 min
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…
074 - Dr Patrick McEneaney 8 Business Tips During COVID-19
Apr 21 • 45 min
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…
073 - Dave James Video Tips Every Podiatrist Should Use
Apr 14 • 45 min
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…
072 - Talysha Reeve Career Benefits of Non-Traditional CPD
Apr 7 • 43 min
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…
071 - Testing Positive to COVID-19 with Dr Emily Splichal
Apr 3 • 28 min
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…
070 - Lorcan O’Donaile, Author of Podiatry Business Success Secrets
Mar 31 • 52 min
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…
069 - Dr Jeffrey Tho A Commonwealth Games Athletes Perspective On Success
Mar 27 • 43 min
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…
068 - Dr Brad Schaeffer Developing your Personal Brand
Mar 24 • 38 min
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…
067 - Dr Emily Splichal Barefoot Function & Barefoot Science
Mar 17 • 50 min
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 & CEO / Founder of Naboso Barefoot Technology. This episode may…
066 - Justin Blake Small Tweaks Make A Big Difference
Mar 10 • 62 min
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.…
065 - Greg Lawrence The Benefits of Giving Back
Mar 3 • 42 min
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…
064 - Dr David Weiman (Psychologist) Finding Your True Podiatry Passion by First Finding Your Purpose, Values & Best Self
Feb 28 • 57 min
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…
063 - Dr Peter Wishnie The Podiatry Business Solution
Feb 25 • 49 min
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…
062 - Nikki Grant Podiatry Is A Lifestyle, Not A Job
Feb 20 • 39 min
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,…
061 - Trevor Prior Making Connections Through Your Career
Feb 11 • 56 min
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…
060 - José Luis Gómez Podiatry in Spain (Podologia en España)
Feb 4 • 48 min
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…
059 - Louise Reaney Podiatry Was Boring The Arse Off Me
Jan 28 • 57 min
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…
058 - Get More Google Reviews Using PODIUM with Taylor Cutler
Jan 25 • 54 min
Taylor Cutler is the Head of Marketing at Podium Australia, and today we discuss how you can improve your online reputation, generate a constant flow of positive Google reviews and the benefits of using one platform to communicate online with your…
057 - Ian Sadler Using Military Discipline For Podiatry Excellence
Jan 21 • 57 min
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…
056 - Dr Rob Hermann Self Reflection & Clinical Insights
Jan 14 • 43 min
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 &…
055 - Amy Maclean Finding Your Podiatry Gang
Jan 7 • 47 min
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…
054 - David Gruhl An Aussie Podiatrist In The UK
Dec 31, 2019 • 41 min
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…
053 - Dave Cashley Making Sense of Neuroma Research
Dec 23, 2019 • 41 min
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…
052 - Mary-Ellen Redmayne 2019 Queensland Young Businesswoman of The Year
Dec 17, 2019 • 46 min
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…
051 - Ian Griffiths & Craig Payne Pod Chat Live Braintrust
Dec 10, 2019 • 55 min
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…
050 - Margaryta Chos True Grit & Determination
Dec 3, 2019 • 38 min
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,…
049 - Andrew Van Essen Volunteering Is A Great Career Move
Nov 26, 2019 • 52 min
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…
048 - Dr Patrick McEneaney Rapid Business Expansion
Nov 20, 2019 • 48 min
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 podiatry businesses from one to five in just a few short years, but as he explains, opportunities are…
047 - Ben & Sally Haythornthwaite Why Podiatry Is Exciting
Nov 12, 2019 • 42 min
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…
046 - William Kuang The Podiatry Sensei & Master Mentor
Nov 5, 2019 • 49 min
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…
045 - Drs Peyman & Viedra Elison Developing Passion & Culture in Your Podiatry Business
Oct 29, 2019 • 31 min
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…
044 - Jonathan Small Your Mindset Will Effect Your Podiatry Success
Oct 23, 2019 • 33 min
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. My guest Jonathon Small is quick to point out that you can achieve…
043 - OSGO Foot & Ankle Show LIVERPOOL UK
Oct 16, 2019 • 67 min
So, what was the 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…
042 - Dr Ozan Amir Investing in Podiatry with Pods Equity
Oct 8, 2019 • 36 min
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…
041 - Dr Alan Sherman PRESENT e-Learning Systems
Oct 2, 2019 • 69 min
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…
040 - Dr Michael Graham is The Entrepreneurial Podiatrist
Sep 24, 2019 • 43 min
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. Dr…
039 - Tyson E Franklin INTERVIEWED by Scott Greenbank
Sep 18, 2019 • 54 min
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…
038 - Dr Tea Nguyen Life Changes & Practice Ownership
Sep 11, 2019 • 35 min
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…
037 - Dr Howard Dananberg Pronation Paradigm Shift
Sep 3, 2019 • 41 min
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…
036 - Sean Pincus Diagnosis Dictates Management
Aug 27, 2019 • 44 min
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…
035 - Ian Reilly Discusses Podiatric Surgery in The UK
Aug 20, 2019 • 48 min
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.
034 - Dr David Armstrong Having A Passion For The High Risk Foot
Aug 15, 2019 • 64 min
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).
033 - Mike Luker Business Rebranding Lessons
Aug 9, 2019 • 47 min
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…
032 - Dr Dock Dockery International Foot & Ankle Foundation
Jul 31, 2019 • 54 min
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…
031 - Andrew Jones Win-Win-Win Philosophy
Jul 24, 2019 • 34 min
Andrew Jones is the go-to podiatrist for elite athletes and anyone needing particularly clever problem-solving for health-related foot conditions. He is recognised as one of New Zealand’s leading podiatrists and runs the Waikato Podiatry Clinic. His…
030 - Scott Greenbank Bridging The Gap
Jul 16, 2019 • 46 min
Scott Greenbank works in private practice on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Queensland and is one of the founders of a very successful Facebook Group: Podiatry - Bridge The Gap. He has a great passion for professional development and mentoring younger…
029 - Joseph Frenkel Making Wound Care Exciting
Jul 10, 2019 • 45 min
Joseph Frenkel is the owner of Heel Me Podiatry & Wound Care, St Kilda, Victoria. He is a La Trobe University Graduate and completed his Master of Science with a specialty in Wound Healing and Tissue Repair at Cardiff University, and his Professional…
028 - Craig Schooth The Definition of Success In Podiatry
Jul 2, 2019 • 46 min
When it comes to being a success podiatrist, we all have different ideas on what real success looks like, and I think my guest Craig Schooth from Sunnybank Hills Podiatry, Brisbane has got it pretty well worked out. Family, work, health and fitness, and…
027 - Benn Boshell The Heel Pain Expert
Jun 28, 2019 • 40 min
Benn Boshell is from the UK and works at Hatt Health & Movement Clinic, and today we talk about finding your passion within the podiatry profession and that it’s okay if your thinking changes over time.
026 - Johan Steenkamp Working Around The World
Jun 18, 2019 • 42 min
Johan Steenkamp grew up in Mozambique and South Africa and after finishing high school spent two years travelling through the UK & Europe. He eventually went back to South Africa and studied engineering & physics before commencing his podiatry degree.…
025 - Steph Cooper The Comical Anatomist
Jun 11, 2019 • 35 min
Steph Cooper is from Western Australia and she is using the knowledge gained from her podiatry degree to help educate future health professionals in a fun and engaging way. Her website The Comical Anatomist is making anatomy fun through whimsical…
024 - Laura Williams Everyone Has A Book In Them
Jun 7, 2019 • 43 min
Laura Williams is from East Sussex, UK and runs her podiatry business from S57 Health & Wellbeing Clinic. She is also the author of Grandpa, Diet & Diabetes, and already has books two, three and four all lined up. On this episode, we discuss why everyone…
023 - Tina Rainville Extremes & Efficiency
May 29, 2019 • 41 min
My guest today is Tina Rainville from Ontario, Canada, and on this episode, we talk about living and working in remote Northern Ontario. The weather conditions can be extremely harsh during winter, sometimes dropping to minus fifty degrees Celsius (-58…
BONUS: Day 3 Australian Podiatry Conference Adelaide
May 24, 2019 • 23 min
BONUS: Day 3 at the Australian Podiatry Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, 22-24 May 2019. This episode has been recorded LIVE from the exhibitor’s hall. Day 3 Guests: Andrew Van Essen (Prospect Podiatry, Adelaide) Ainslie Davies (Buderim Podiatry,…
BONUS: Day 2 Australian Podiatry Conference Adelaide
May 23, 2019 • 28 min
BONUS EPISODE: Day 2 at the Australian Podiatry Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, 22-24 May 2019. Recorded LIVE from the exhibitor’s hall I have been joined on Day 2 by: * Judith France (Toowoomba Podiatry) * Craig Payne (Pod Chat Live) * Dan Everson…
BONUS: Day 1 Australian Podiatry Conference Adelaide
May 22, 2019 • 29 min
BONUS episode: Day 1 at the Australian Podiatry Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, 22-24 May 2019. This episode has been recorded LIVE from the exhibitor’s hall, which is why you will notice a buzz of activity and excitement in the background.
022 - Jackson Tisdell New Grad Tips From A New Grad
May 21, 2019 • 58 min
Where will the podiatry profession be in the next 10 or 20 years? That’s an interesting question, and to give you some insight my guest today is Jackson Tisdell, a 2017 University of Newcastle graduate. Jackson currently works at Forster Tuncurry Sorts…
021 - Drs Todd Brennan & Leo Krawetz Are YouTube Legends
May 13, 2019 • 42 min
We’ve all heard that using video is a great way to market your podiatry business and my guests today, Dr Todd Brennan and Dr Leo Krawetz from Healthy Feet Podiatry in Florida have taken it to a whole new level. At the time of recording this podcast…
020 - Jill Woods Building Practice Momentum
May 8, 2019 • 49 min
Life should make you happy and that includes your podiatry business. This is the motto of Jill Woods, the owner of Practice Momentum, and I was fortunate enough to catch up with Jill, in person, on a recent visit to Canberra. Jill Woods was a UK based…
019 - Dr Paul Butterworth Education & Creativity In Podiatry
May 1, 2019 • 46 min
Dr Paul Butterworth is a Podiatric Surgeon and the Course Coordinator for the School of Podiatry at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Campus, and we both agree that podiatrists are creative people. All you need to do is stop once in a while, look…
018 - Scott Sorensen Biomechanics, Pressure Platforms & Milling Orthotics
Apr 24, 2019 • 33 min
In 2006, I decided to use pressure/scanning platforms in my biomechanical assessments and patient education, and this is how I met my guest Scott Sorensen. I contribute this technology as one of the main reasons why my podiatry business in Cairns stood…
017 - Nick Knight Incorporating Rehabilitation Into Your Podiatry Practice
Apr 17, 2019 • 37 min
Nick Knight is the owner of NK Sports Podiatry based in the south of England, and he has spent several years refining his skills in the area of lower limb rehabilitation and incorporating this service into his highly successful podiatry practice. Lower…
016 - Kristi Boles Allied Wellness & Fundamentals of Healing
Apr 9, 2019 • 37 min
At thirty years of age, Kristi Boles had the world at her feet. She was married with children and was running nine successful podiatry practices in Victoria, Australia, however, her health took a sudden downward turn resulting in heart surgery and a very…
015 - Clifton Bradeley SUB-4 Sports Passion
Apr 2, 2019 • 48 min
If you want to have a long and prosperous career in podiatry you’ve got to love what you do each day, and my guest, UK based Podiatrist, Clifton Bradeley does exactly that. Clifton was a world-class middle-distance runner representing England and Great…
014 - Josh Truscott Ultimate Podiatrist & CPD Made Easy
Mar 25, 2019 • 39 min
To become a better podiatrist you cannot underestimate the value of ongoing education, and as part of our registration requirements you must be involved in continuing professional development, CPD, but living in rural areas do not always make this easy…
013 - Dianne Ashcroft Lessons Learnt After 300+ Videos
Mar 19, 2019 • 52 min
Shooting videos for your podiatry business become so much easier when you stop worrying about what other people think and just get on with sharing what you know. Dianne Ashcroft from Warrington, England and owner of Lane Ends Podiatry has shot more than…
012 - Jennie Thompson The Foodie Podiatrist
Mar 13, 2019 • 30 min
This is what I love most about podiatry. My guest, Jennie Thompson from Sydney, who has been practising podiatry for 37 years, is a Clinical Educator at the University of Newcastle and a mad foodie has proven you can run a successful podiatry business and…
011 - Nick Knight We All Benefit By Working Together
Mar 6, 2019 • 35 min
Nick Knight is the owner of NK Sports Podiatry based in the south of England. His business focus is on rehabilitation, gait analysis and orthoses, and he is on a mission to help the podiatry profession grow. Nick believes that all podiatrists benefit when…
010 - Andrew Schneider Running A Successful Solo Practice
Feb 27, 2019 • 34 min
Andrew Schneider is the owner of Tanglewood Foot Specialists located in Houston, Texas. He is a solo practitioner who has proven that you do not need to own and operate multiple locations and a large team to have a successful, profitable business. He is…
009 - Ted Jedynak The Foot Mobilisation Master
Feb 19, 2019 • 46 min
Ted Jednyak lives in Adelaide, South Australia and he is the Master of the Foot Mobilisation Technique (FMT). During our conversation, we discuss how Ted’s mindset shifted from running a traditional podiatry practice to creating a 100% foot mobilisation…
008 - Damian Gough & The Virtual Podiatrist
Feb 12, 2019 • 37 min
Damian Gough is a UK graduate, but in 1995 he moved to Australia, and now lives on the Central Coast of NSW. Damian is the brains behind Virtual Podiatrist, which is an online program that creates evergreen podiatry content for websites. If you’re…
007 - Dave James The Foot & Leg Magician
Feb 6, 2019 • 47 min
Dave James is UK based, and he is known as The Foot & Leg Magician. Dave was first introduced to the podiatry because he had a hole in his foot, and no he didn’t pull a rabbit out of it, but it was responsible for him making a pivotal career shift from…
006 - Jonathan Small Work Smarter, Not Harder
Jan 29, 2019 • 31 min
If you want to have a successful podiatry business and balanced life you need to learn how to Work Smarter, Not Harder and on this episode UK Podiatrist Jonathan Small, from Southam, Warwickshire explains what this exactly means.
005 - Dr Bela Pandit Is Dr High Heels
Jan 23, 2019 • 33 min
Dr Bela Pandit runs a successful podiatry business in Chicago, Illinois, and in addition to being a gifted foot and ankle surgeon, she also understands the benefits of diversifying your podiatric skills and expanding the services your podiatry business…
004 - Simon Bartold Developing A Career In Biomechanics & Footwear
Jan 17, 2019 • 48 min
When you think footwear and biomechanics Simon Bartold’s name should immediately spring to mind. He has worked with elite athletes for more than three decades, been to four Olympic Games, lectured in 42 countries, worked with Asics for 20-years and was…
003 - Dr Peter Wishnie Goals And Practice Management
Jan 7, 2019 • 36 min
When it comes to setting goals and managing a podiatry practice, there is no one better than Dr Peter Wishnie from New Jersey, USA. I met Peter in Nashville in 2013 at a Top Practices event and his positive thinking towards podiatry had a huge impact on…
002 - Tony Gavin from OSGO Healthcare
Jan 7, 2019 • 35 min
Tony Gavin lives in the United Kingdom and is the Podiatrist/Director of Davenport House Clinic. He is also the mastermind behind OSGO Healthcare, a business created to take the pain out of private practice.
001 - Tyson E. Franklin Explains The Podiatry Legends Podcast
Jan 5, 2019 • 5 min
This purpose of this introductory episode is to give you an overview of what to expect over the coming weeks from the 100% podiatry specific podcast. Whether your a student, recent graduate or you’ve been in the podiatry profession for some time and your…