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A foot Newbie to the forum

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by SoleAmbition, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. SoleAmbition

    SoleAmbition Welcome New Poster


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    Hello Everyone,

    I qualified as a fhp at the stonebridge college in the Uk in August last year. I didnt really start advertising until 2weeks ago as i wasnt really getting much business from word of mouth and this week i have been really busy...Iam 27years old female married and also a professional golfer on the ladies european tour. I got injured nearly 3yrs ago and decided to train as a fhp as i didnt have time to train as a podiarist, although im feeling now i wish i had. After qualifing i felt i didnt have enough knowledge to answer questions that may arise during treatments and wanted to learn more about the foot and problems ect. I wondered if anyone else had felt like this and if so how did they learn more?

    Well im not sure if this is how i post but i look forward to hearing from anyone

    SoleAmbition
     
  2. :welcome: to Podiatry Arena and yes that is how you post.

    Maybe you can take the time after the Golf career slows down to upgrade to Podiatry, I sure Heather will be glad if you do ( that will not make and sense to you )

    Anyway welcome and good luck with Business and Golf
     
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