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USA trained podiatrist Rearfoot Reconstructive Surgery

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by gk325, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. gk325

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    I am currently 1.5 years into my 3 year surgical residency in the USA. I will receive a Rearfoot Reconstructive Certificate upon completion. I will have exposure in all aspects of surgery including Trauma (ankle, calcaneus, lisfranc...), Flatfoot reconstruction, Ankle replacements, Cavus foot reconstruction.
    I have begun looking into possible opportunities in Australia and New Zealand. It is my understanding that there were some recent rule changes allowing Podiatric Surgeons to function. I have checked out numerous official websites. Could somebody with some experience in this help me with some more information or point me in the right direction?

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