How did PodChatLive get started?

PodChatLive is the regular live show for the continuing expert development and education of Podiatry practitioners worldwide along with other health professionals that may be interested in the topics covered involving the foot and lower limb. The show is streamed live on Facebook and then is later added to YouTube after being edited so they can reach a wider audience. Every live show includes a different guest or collection of guests to talk about a different topic each week. A wide range of topics get litigated by the hosts and the expert guests. Issues are answered live by the hosts and their guests during the live episode on Facebook. There’s even a podcast of each show offered on iTunes and Spotify and the other usual podcast places which get uploaded after being edited to remove unnessary banter. They’ve created a sizeable following within Podiatry which keeps increasing. PodChatLive is considered among the many ways through which podiatry practitioners could easily get free continuing education points or credits that are needed in many places to keep up their professional registration.

Following the first impromptu and unplanned episode from the kitchen following the hosts had a meal together, the livestream was carried out by the hosts remotely to find out whether it may possibly work. Using the Zoom web conference platform, Craig Payne was in Melbourne and Ian Griffiths was in England. Craig and Ian wanted to find out if it may be successful. In this second show, they talked about supination resistance, discussed 2D Vs 3D gait analysis and were requested who their has to follow people were on social media. The episode worked. During that episode they got a number of questions, some of which they could not answer, so the idea of having a different guest on for each episode was decided.