The Use of X-rays by Podiatrists

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One of the earlier shows had been with the Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Ryan McCallum who joined the two hosts to dicuss all things X-Ray. They discussed how can you begin requesting x-rays from a legal viewpoint and when is asking for an X-Ray acceptable? In addition they considered just what views should be regularly ordered and why particular views ought to be used. Ryan McCallum completed his undergraduate qualification in Podiatry from the University of Ulster and after that worked within the NHS and private practice in Northern Ireland. He then commenced his post grad training in Edinburgh and Glasgow just before relocating to London where Ryan began his surgery training at West Middlesx University Hospital. He also has a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon position at Homerton University Hospital and divides his National Health Service duties in between the two hospitals. He is active in the teaching and guidance of junior peers and has lectured broadly throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland at national meetings and local seminars along with postgraduate and undergraduate university programmes. He is an elected member of the committee of the Directorate of Podiatric Surgery and is also the latest co-chair for the Directorates annual convention.