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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by alan shepherd, May 23, 2008.

  1. alan shepherd

    alan shepherd Member


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    Hi every one. New member signing in, not a pod but have been in the podiatry supply area for more than thirty years and have seen many changes generally for the good. I NEVER see animals in surgeries any more, instruments lying in trays filled with "sterilising"solutions, old scalpel blades in jars (for use in case they are not quite blunt). Now I am showing my age.
    The dramatic changes over thirty years have placed Podiatrists as professionals in the medical field and current students can be thankful for the foresight of past practitioners for their long term views.
    Perhaps I can help with your queries regarding equipment maintenance and
    service when it breaks down. Pet hate, customers ordering "new tools",podiatry instruments please!
     

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