017 - Incorporating Rehabilitation Into Your Podiatry Practice

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 limb rehabilitation is not the domain of physiotherapy, and adding rehab to your treatment protocols is like adding another string to your treatment bow, but it's essential to know your limits and boundaries.

On this episode we discuss:

  • How Nick got started in rehabilitation 
  • Where to start if you want to have a rehabilitation practice 
  • Achilles Tendinopathy, Patella Femoral Pain and ankle rehab
  • Rehabilitation versus orthotic therapy
  • Custom and pre-made orthotics and when to use them in the rehab process
  • Nicks thinking on ultrasound, acupuncture and shockwave therapy 
  • Evidence-based practising 
  • Auditing your treatment and collecting data to become a better practitioner 
  • The benefits of doing independent data audits 

If you have any questions about this episode, please email me at email/tf)(tysonfranklin.com, or you can contact Nick Knight at email/nick)(nksportspodiatry.co.uk  

You can also find Nick on Facebook at NK Sports Podiatry and Twitter @nksportspod 

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