Apr 03, 2017

Do YOU recommend these footwear features to your patients/clients:

>> Reinforced Heel Counters?
>> Met-head Flex Points?
>> Rigid Shanks?

If so, you may be doing a MASSIVE disservice.
This video interview gives you a 'sneak peak' into one of the most switched-on brains in footwear research (Dr Simon Bartold) who explains why the above footwear features are just WRONG!

Check out the 'evidence-based' lowdown here:

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From General Podiatrist to MSK Specialist - P Ferguson

Mar 09, 2017

In 2011, Pete spent about 80% of his clinical time delivering general treatments and 20% MSK work.

Today, Pete spends 80+% delivering MSK services and less than 20% of his time providing general treatments (GT's).

How did he make that transition?

In this precise interview, Pete reveals:

  • Why 'failed treatments' are a big part of his caseload now
  • How diabetic neuropathy and cuboid dysfunction can be mistaken for each other
  • His scenic route to 'Dynamic Testing' 
  • How GT's played a pivotal role in his progression to an MSK Specialist

If you are keen to grow your MSK caseload from GT practice, grab a pen (or your iPad) and learn from someone who's done it!

INTERVIEW - PETE FERGUSON from Ted Jedynak on Vimeo.

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Check out more bums! C Bradeley Pt 2

Feb 28, 2017

If you're wanting to provide an even more comprehensive service to your patients, you need to check out more bums!

That's what MSK Podiatrist, Clifton Bradeley, expert in pelvic dysfunction says. (OK, I've taken some liberties with his languaging but it got your attention, didn't it??).

In this concise interview, Clifton reveals:

  • Why asymmetrical gait patterns can actually symmetrical joint RoM presentations
  • The #1 pelvic dysfunction pattern (including the 3 clinical signs to watch for that show up this dysfunction)
  • How to tell if your heel lift is actually working!
  • The importance of measuring numbers consistently (even if you're NOT a researcher!)

Check out the interview so you can help more MSK patients:



CLIFTON BRADELEY - PART 2 from Ted Jedynak on Vimeo.

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Nov 29, 2016

David Cashley, UK podiatrist and expert on Morton's Neuromas, shares his experiences in assessing, diagnosing and treating Morton's Neuromas.

In this engaging interview, Dave discloses:

  • The clinical tests for Neuromas that are more accurate than diagnostic imaging (including the research that supports this claim)
  • Why Neuromas are NOT related to the pronated foot pattern
  • How someone with 'big, clumsy rugby hands' developed excellent tactile skills
  • The exciting research that compares Neuroma treatments of HVLA manipulations with cortisone injections.


Check it out here:


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Nov 16, 2016

In this insightful interview, Dr Scaglioni, expert in physical & rehab therapies reveals:

  • The #1 organ of every therapist (and it's not your hands!)
  • The clever distinction that 'why you do' is more important than 'what you do'
  • The 3 crucial steps to improving your 'tactile' skills
  • The concise explanation that'll give you a unique insight into the Italian economy!
  • The power of asking for help
  • The inter-professional politics that’s surrounded by passion and intrigue!

And heaps more!

Check it out now RIGHT HERE!

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Pelvic Evaluation for Lower Limb Conditions

Oct 04, 2016

How can you tell if the lower limb condition(s) you’re treating are caused by a pelvic compensation?

Interviewing Clifton Bradeley, UK Podiatrist & MSk Specialist, was eye-opening, to say the least!

Unfortunately for Clifton, a leg length difference and pelvic imbalance ended his professional running career. However, he still holds the indoor record for the fastest 1500m Senior Boys record.

Fortunately for you, Clifton has spent his career understanding pelvic dysfunction as it relates to the lower limb.

In this concise interview, Clifton reveals:

  • What you can do to create the most effective gait analysis process in your clinic (without costing a bomb!)
  • What single anatomical site you must observe to tell you if your client has a pelvic dysfunction (and it’s not in the foot, leg or bum!)
  • What priceless assessment tool to use (that you already own!)
  • What heel raise % to use and why 
  • What to watch out for in terms of common compensation patterns (that will...
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Sep 16, 2016

Those terms; over-pronation or unstable midfoot – are they accurate? Do they actually mean anything?


My last blog on a cuboid related case study generated a number of questions and comments about my use of the terms ‘over-pronation’ and ‘unstable midfoot’. Some of the comments ended with ‘…whatever that means’.


In this blog I clarify my use of these terms (with the help of respected researcher, Craig Payne).


This is important for you to understand because then you can:

  • Add this understanding to your bank of resources
  • Have greater confidence in achieving even better clinical outcomes

I also demonstrate the script we use in our clinics to educate our clients on the MSK compensations of 'over-pronation' and 'unlocked midfoot'.

Check it out here:


Get your copy of the MSK Compensation script demonstrated HERE.

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Cuboids - When things don't work out...

Sep 06, 2016

 I’ve been filling in as a locum in one of our clinics last week and had this cuboid case that just didn’t go according to plan.

 So I’ve just put together this new video for you to give you:

  • The typical things that go wrong with cuboid related conditions (even after your treatments)
  • The clinical tests to help you zero in on what actually needs to be treated (which is often not the symptomatic site)
  • A real world patient that all of this actually happened to (along with my frustrations in helping her). A great, real time, real world case study where EVERYTHING is revealed!

 It’s all unscripted and totally real. You’ll see how I apply what I’ve been showing you in the last two blogs implemented  in  a real-world scenario. This example shows you exactly how I navigated my way through managing and treating Deb T., a 60 y.o. lady and her debilitating cuboid case.

Check it out RIGHT HERE:



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Aug 31, 2016

Are you confident that you can accurately isolate the cuboid by just using your fingers?

Without the skill of feeling & finding the cuboid accurately, you run the risk of compromised clinical results with conditions such as:

  • Non-specific lateral border foot pain
  • Fibula irritations
  • Peroneal pains
  • Ankle 'weaknesses'

I’ve put together this quick video to show you the critical landmarks to help you accurately and confidently find the cuboid by just using your hands so that you can deliver the best treatment intervention for optimum results.

 Check it out RIGHT HERE:



PS Get your FREE copy of the Cuboid Surface Anatomy Landmarks RIGHT HERE.

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Aug 30, 2016

Have you ever noticed how often your patients describe lateral foot pains as being a bit vague or non-specific?

Do you know why it presents this way?

 I’ve put together this quick video that explains:

  • The reason why vague or non-specific sites of pain occur in lateral foot complaints (and the essential clinical test you MUST do for an accurate diagnosis)
  • The biomechanical impact of STJ pronation on the peroneus longus and how it contributes to lateral foot pains
  • How the brain’s efforts to help is a key reason for muscle fatigue of the Peroneus Longus (and what your treatment must include for even better clinical outcomes)

Check it out RIGHT HERE:


Get the low-down on why cuboids get stuffed up in the first place with the 'Cuboid Etiology Summary' RIGHT HERE.

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