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Podiatry Legends Podcast

Are you a Podiatrist looking for business, professional and personal inspiration? Do you sometimes feel your workday is stuck on repeat? The Podiatry Legends Podcast is going to change the way you see, feel and think about the podiatry profession.

This podcast is the place where Podiatrists, from all parts of the world, will share their expert tips, and sometimes unusual stories and careers paths, with the goal of exposing you to all the vast opportunities that currently exist within our profession. 

Jun 28, 2022

Joel Lindner is the owner of Studio Podiatry in Brisbane, Queensland, and he is an avid goal setter and has a passion for helping others achieve their potential. 

Joel spent five years as a professional tennis player on the ATP World Tour, transferring what he learned as a professional sports player to his podiatry...

Jun 23, 2022

Emily Smith owns three sports podiatry businesses in Sydney, Australia. In this episode, she explains her passion for sports podiatry, why she bought into these businesses and how hard work grew them over three years. 

Emily played hockey at quite a high level. While playing, she suffered from ongoing shin splints,...

Jun 14, 2022

In 2020, Jason McAninly was crossing the road with a friend when a car ran a red light and ploughed directly into them. After being thrown 12 metres from the impact, Jason suffered multiple lower limb ligamentous injuries, fractures, hand and arm injuries, and a fractured lower back.

In this episode, Jason explains not...

Jun 9, 2022

There's a big concern that too many podiatrists are leaving the profession, so it was suggested that I track down and interview a few of them and ask WHY they have left the profession.  If you missed Episode 209 (Part One), I suggest going back at some stage and listening to it. 

At the end of this episode, I share my...

Jun 3, 2022

A friend recently asked me, why do you think so many podiatrists leave the podiatry profession? I did have an opinion; however, instead of sharing my thoughts, why not ask the podiatrists themselves?

So over the past three months, I interviewed several ex-podiatrists, and I think I have gathered some...