Summary: An interview show debunking the myths around foot, ankle and joint related issues. We interview Podiatrist and foot surgeons in the UK debunking the mystery's and myths surrounding foot and ankle related injury's, foot surgery, procedures and bio mechanical health. Our feet will take us around the world up to 3 times in lives.. and most people take them for granted. We put them in shoes and hope for the best. In these shows we will cover common foot and joint related issues, from common conditions like bunions to more complex issues, affecting the muscular skeleto system including bio mechanics.
In the latest Foothut podcast we cover the ingrown toenail. It's official, the ingrown toenail is one of the most painful conditions. Jonathan Stanley from the yorkshire foot hospital, is on the line once more to expose rumours and give anybody suffering from this painful condition some solid advice. Show Notes Signs and Symptoms Who is affected Bathroom Surgery ( self surgery ) Prevention Surgical Solutions Cutting your toenails properly Partial Nail Avulsion Full nail avulsion
In this episode of our Foothut The Modern Podiatrist podcast ( our inaugural episode ) we are having a chat with Jonathan Stanley from the Yorkshire Foot Hospital in Leeds. Jonathan specialises in bio mechanics [The scientific study of the role of mechanics in biological systems. The study of biomechanics includes the analysis of motion in animals, the fluid dynamics of blood, and the role of mechanical processes in the development of disease.] Show Notes The Modern Day Podiatrist Avoiding Injuries an MOT for your Feet Preparation before sport Young Children's Feet... preventative measures Growing Pains?? Growing shouldn't hurt! Irritation of Growth Plates Too much research...lumps and bumps Misconceptions Diagnose first...then research your options 95% of problems in the running world..Pronation Explained Access to Podiatry.. referral or private Skype Access.. A Picture Paints a Thousand Words.. Resource Links The Health Professions Council http://www.hpc-uk.org/ Feet For Life http://www.feetforlife.org Johnathan Stanley The Yorkshire Foot Hospital