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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by DrBobJ, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. DrBobJ

    DrBobJ Welcome New Poster


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    My registration to the arena has been long overdue. While I have been out of active Podiatric practice for many a year(don't ask:dizzy:) I now spend my time in retail Pedorthics(at least you folks know about C.Peds, the thesaurus just listed "Pedophiles" as the first option to my "obvious" typo).
    While I may not be able to participate on the level of active practitioners, educators, and researchers, I believe my occasional( perhaps rare) input may be helpful from the viewpoint of the allied professional that sees and hears things the practitioner does not always have privy to. (Quote Greg House M.D. "Patients Lie")



    DrBobJ......
     
  2. Hi Bob :welcome: always good to get another imput, different view on things.
     
  3. DrBobJ

    DrBobJ Welcome New Poster

    Thanks for the welcome
     
  4. Clifton Bradeley

    Clifton Bradeley Active Member

    It's good to join the arena. I've been involved in biomechanics for twenty years now on a daily basis and still love my work. I work in a private company manufacturing orthotics, assessing mainly athletes and researching for my PhD. I am looking forward to some good debate and hopefully finding answers to a few questions. My area of research is leg length inequality and am looking for other practitioners experiences in this area. Looking forward to making a few new friend s also.
     
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