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Hi I am new to Podiatry Arena, just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I am a 2nd year Podiatric Medicine student at University of East London. I am finding the studies very challenging (as a very mature student!) but enjoying the course.
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Hello Everyone. I am a podiatrist with 27 years experience in the profession but with nil experience in talking to collegues on the internet. It took me ana age to find this message box. I would be pleased to heare from any of you. I have still to learn how to access any messages.
Hello I am new to pod arena. I am a first year out in Melbourne Australia. Learning heaps still.
Have a question as well.
I have lady with a hypermobile (DF) painful 1st IPJ, insidious onset and running aggrevates it. Pain on forced DF. No pain upon isometric muscle testing.
How can I stiffen up the IPJ with out affecting the function of the 1st MPJ???
Hello everyone fairly new to this,I am based in Swansea South Wales.
I have been a chiropodist for quite some time and am now self employed,I am now considering employing another chiropodist or fhp,but am unsure of the best way to do this.
I wonder if any one out there has any advice or any idea on what a fair fee share is should this be an alternative? Thanks Cheryl
My name is Rich Blake and I am a podiatrist in San Francisco, California. Dr Kevin Kirby told me about this site over the weekend at our California State Meeting in Los Angeles. I am excited to join this forum, since biomechanics and podiatric sports medicine is my life's work. I look forward to learning much from the knowledgable members in the months to come. Rich Blake
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Hola!!! Hoy me registre en este foro, espero lograr enterarme de todo lo que escriben, pues me costó llegar donde mandar el mensaje, así q imaginense localizar los temas!!
Soy de Argentina y soy Podóloga desde hace 10 años.(título terciario) En mi provincia hace sólo 3 años se creo la carrera universitaria, la he comenzado en el 2008, así q todo indica q reciba mi título en 1 mes cuando termine las 2 materias q me faltan.
Un saludo a todos y q no me sea dificil comunicarme con uds.!!
hello everyone，i am a podiatrist in beijing，china.I am excited to join this forum, since biomechanics and podiatric sports medicine is my life's work. I look forward to learning much from the knowledgable members in the months to come.but my english is poor,it is difficult for me.
I am a Podiatrist with over 1 1/2 decades experience now. Before adding my final pair of feet to the family I was busy on this site some years back. Those feet are somewhat larger now and I have a little more time to explore the vast area of topics covered on your great site once again. Hope to learn and contribute to the Podiatry Community over time. Thanks for the video-nothing like a quick visual update as a user guide.
HI i am a french podiatrist actualy working in new caledonia (french island in south pacific) eager to learn more about UK podiatrist because we haven't the same system so very intersting!Tks for sharing your experience and have a good day!
I am finishing up my 4th and final year of podiatry study in Ireland. I am hoping to pursue further study in the field of podiatric surgery. I have been a keen observer of this site for some time and find it to be very informative, as well as being a great link between podiatrists from all over the globe.