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Back in the game

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by PowerPodiatry, Mar 15, 2008.

  1. PowerPodiatry

    PowerPodiatry Active Member


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    Well I'm back in the podiatry game with a vengeance after a few years of coasting. I'm in my 22nd year of private practice in the booming area of Hervey Bay on the East Coast of Australia, Queensland. Two yrs. ago I received open heart surgery for my 40th birthday present to correct bicuspid aortic disease and repair a very large aneurysm hence the focus away from job and concentrating on life. Surgeons loved me as they said it was great to operate on a fit and healthy individual, very lucky only weeks to live all that sort of stuff.
    Summary:
    Masters of Podiatry -Curtin Uni
    Previously Surgical registrar with 4 yrs assisting Rob Hermann

    Current interest: developing a programme of core stability exercises using Tai Chi as the basis in collaboration with World renown Tai chi master.

    Regards
     
  2. admin

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    Colin :welcome::welcome::welcome:
     
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