Sagittal plane theory of Biomechanics of the Foot

Foot biomechanics is a sophisticated action since there are a lot of bones in the feet as well as muscles controlling the feet that will be hard to learn. There are many theories on foot function which even more confuse that. It sometimes can get so sophisticated it will be difficult to understand. PodChatLive is a monthly live discussion for the regular education of Podiatry practitioners and others who may be interested. There have been several recordings of PodChatLive about the subject of the various biomechanical hypotheses and ways to understand all of them. The livestream goes out live on Facebook and after that is later on published to YouTube. Each live episode has a different guest or range of people to talk about an alternative topic each time and many livstreams have been specialized in biomechanics. Questions are usually responded to live by the hosts and also experts while in the livestream on Facebook. Additionally there is a audio form of each show on iTunes and Spotify and the other typical podcast options. They've developed a large following that keeps growing. PodChatLive is considered as a proven way by which podiatrists can get free continuing education hours on biomechanics.

One of the guests they had on to talk about the sagittal plane theory of foot biomechanics was Howard Dananberg. Howard is broadly understood as the podiatrist which began this idea of this hypothesis of foot function. Howard discussed what it really was that set him off down that pathway of his solution to the comprehending foot biomechanics. He brought up just what it was that first started his thinking about sagittal plane biomechanics with the framework of ‘functional hallux limitus’ and what that is and the way which inspired his practice during the last three decades. He routinely teaches and lectures about the perception of sagittal place biomechanics in many different places since his retirement from clinical practice.