PodChatLive is a regular livestream directed at educating podiatry clinicians and others who might be interested in a great deal of relevant themes. It goes live at Facebook and after that is usually later on uploaded to YouTube. Each live episode includes a different guest or number of people to talk about a unique topic in each episode. Queries have been answered during the livestream by the hosts as well as the guests during the live show on Facebook. There's even a audio edition of each show on iTunes along with Spotify and the other common podcast methods. They have got created a great following that is expanding. PodChatLive can be regarded as one of several ways in which podiatry practitioners can get free professional education points.
Among the more popular recently available lives was speaking about the function of podiatry inside football or soccer. In that livestream they talked about the challenges of dealing with soccer players, and the different ‘hacks’ which might be often required for developing foot orthotics for soccer boots. There has been also some discussion about the usefulness of pre-season screening of the lower limb. There was furthermore an important conversation about the research of the way footwear work together with different types of surface types along with what role that could play in efficiency and injures. The episode assembled quite an expert group including Dr Lindsay Hill who's a Sports Podiatrist who has worked with a consultancy basis for a variety of top group football clubs in addition to being used by the Football Association as podiatrist for the English women’s football teams. There was also David Brown, who graduated as a Podiatrist in 2015 right after a seventeen year job as a elite footballer as well as Athol Thomson, a Sports Podiatrist based at Aspetar in Qatar who's at this time studying for his PhD and researching football boot-playing surface traction. The last expert was Trevor Prior, a specialist Podiatric Surgeon who's vast expertise inside professional football, having cared for a number of premier league clubs.