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A hi from the outside

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by amacs, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. amacs

    amacs Welcome New Poster


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    Hi,

    just a visiting physio (I assume you do tolerate us here) in search of somewhere to explore the area of biomechanics. Currently UK based and finding local podiatric biomechanics increasingly confusing and at times dare I say incoherent (not that physio doesn't have its "issues"). That however may reflect my ignorance (which is all too vast).

    I have lurked here once or twice before and find the umm nature of debate, shall we say "interesting".

    I would welcome any guidance on this, to me, minefield.

    regards

    ANdy

    p.s. I am prone to asking stupid questions, it isn't deliberate and I try to avoid it.
     
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