There's a weekly livestream called PodChatLive for the regular professional growth and education of Podiatrists and various health professionals that may be keen on the foot and associated issues. PodChatLive is broadcast live on Facebook and then it is modified to enhance the quality and then transferred to YouTube in order to reach a broader audience. Each livestream features a different guest or group of guests to go over a particular subject in every episode. Queries have been answered as they are posted on Facebook by the hosts and guests within the live on Facebook. Additionally there is a audio edition of every event found on iTunes and also Spotify and the other common podcast websites that gets uploaded following the initial live. They have created a significant following which keeps increasing in popularity. PodChatLive can be regarded as a good way in that podiatry practitioners may get free professional improvement points or education credits.

The plethora of themes is reasonably diverse. In the second episode as the notion of the livestream was still being developed, the two hosts were asked a live question which they didn't feel competent enough to reply to, therefore for the next livestream that they had on their first guest that was really the start of the PodChatLive format. That first invitee was Chris Bishop from Adelaide in Australia who's an expert on the 3D analysis of gait or the examination of how that people walk or run using sophisticated systems. The edition talked over the advantages of and disadvantages of these systems for use by podiatrists and the expenses involved in establishing a facility to complete a high level 3D analysis of gait. The problem of how much the setup costs in relationship to the enhancement in clinical outcomes was a fundamental part of that dialogue. Chris was definitely an invaluable guest and allowed the hosts to test the structure of having a guest on from another location within a live show.