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Hi, does anyone have any information regarding wotrking in the US. I have british qualifications and have worked in Canada for 5 years and curently working in the UK. I have an oppurtunity through the Green card system to live and work in the US.
I know the term podiatrist can't be used but can I set up as A Biomechanical / Sports injury Specalist, work in rehabiliation, manufacture orthotics??
Why don´t you seen off an email to the American Podiatric medicine association I´m sure they can answer your questions. Ive delt with some of the staff there and they are great. There the website for you to get an email address.
Thanks Guys, will get in touch with podaitry Schools and see what they can offer me. Most of my work is in Sprts Injuries and rehabilitation. The little surgery I do is from a local Private Hospital so I just wanted to continue my Biomechanics over in the US if at all possible. I wonder if it is possible just to set up a Sports Rehab. clinic and employ Podiatrists and physio's etc, orthotist and direct the clinic ( just off the top of my head) thanks anyways