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Practice of Podiatry in New Zealand / Australia

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by drcmclean, Jan 20, 2017.

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  1. drcmclean

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    Greetings! I am an American podiatrist, residency-trained, with many years of experience in podiatric medicine. I am considering the possibility of moving to New Zealand or Australia, and would want to continue the practice of my profession. I am looking for thoughts, opinions, or ideas on what it is like to practice in both countries. As I understand it, it is possible for a podiatrist to perform surgery in both countries. If one has the training and experience, as I do, what are the limitations for scope of practice? What are the anatomic limitations? In the US, most states allow a podiatrist to treat soft tissue up to (but not including) the knee, bone up to, and including, the ankle. What is it in either country?


    Any information or thoughts is greatly appreciated. In advance, my thanks for any and all feedback.
     
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