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My name is Norman and I am a registered Chiropodist D.Ch in the province of Ontario Canada. I am writing to see if anyone can guide me in the right direction to determine if I am qualified to practice in the Netherlands Antilles? The winters in Canada are getting colder every year and I am looking for somewhere with a warmer climate which I can easily integrate myself into. If anyone has knowledge in regards to the need for Chiropodist's and the success of private practice would be greatly appreciated.
I am not 100% on Netherlands Antilles so if anyone has any suggestions into which islands have a need for chiropodist's and provide a decent living I am open to any suggestions.