Alex Murray BHS, M.Pod.Prac, PGDipSEM(Otago), MFPM RCPS(Glasg)

Podiatrist and ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach

Making Sense in Podiatry is a clinical education website run by Podiatrist Alex Murray.

He’s passionate about helping other clinicians make sense of evidence and clinical practice with a core philosophy of exploring the complexity of human beings, embracing the uncertainty of clinical practice, and avoiding overly reductionist thinking

In addition to his undergraduate degree from La Trobe, he also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Otago. He has experience with both national and international athletes and has recently transitioned to focusing primarily on helping the general population and local athletes manage their pain and achieve their goals.

He is a Director of the education website Podiatry Systems, where he provides free and paid online courses and regularly hosts podcast with experts in podiatric care and musculoskeletal medicine.

He is also a communication and education partner of the CauseHealth Project, a research project based in Norway which aims to aims to make a change in healthcare, research and policy through the better understanding of complexity, causation and how this helps us individualise our treatment approach. He produces free resources that are available through the Podiatry Systems Podcast and on the Podiatry Systems x CauseHealth webpage.

Alex hosts a regular podcast, where he helps translate research into clinical practice with a regular lower limb musculoskeletal research review. 

The Podiatry Systems Podcast is also the place you’ll find a lot of their free to access CPD content, including their partnership with CauseHealth – challenges and solutions in evidence based practice.

Looking for online courses?

Alex is teaching his approach to rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and injury focusing on how we integrate communication, pain sciences and our understanding of complexity and evidence-based medicine into clinical practice.

You can check them out on the Podiatry Systems Website!

There’s a number of both paid and free courses/resources available.