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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Podiatric_Dancer, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Podiatric_Dancer

    Podiatric_Dancer Welcome New Poster

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    Hey all - newbie here!

    Not a current podiatrist but hoping to become one :) should be starting college in September and will be a mature student at the ripe age of 24. :D
    Really glad I discovered this career after being hindered for many years with bad health. It now gives me a feeling of security of excitement after years of uncertainty!

    Found myself stumbling across this forum, so had a sniff around and decided to join as you all seem like really nice guys! :drinks

    It might also interest you all that I'm also a dancer - which a lot of people find amusing because of my plans to be a foot specialist :rolleyes:

    Maybe I'll name myself 'The Dancing Podiatrist' when I'm qualified?!

    Look forward to joining in with the convo! :)
  2. Craig Payne

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  3. Podiatric_Dancer

    Podiatric_Dancer Welcome New Poster

  4. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Welcome! Yes lots of arches to sort out! Nice one Craig!

    I read the tag, mature age student. And you are only 24! Made me smile :)

    Good luck with your dancing and feet!
  5. HJobling

    HJobling Member

    Just wanted to say welcome.
    The forums are a great resource!
    Good luck with your course!
  6. megmad

    megmad Member

    Hello Hello!

    i started Podiatry at the "mature" age of 23 after having complete an honours degree in Musical Theatre! so yes i am (or was) a dancer too. i have just entered the professional podiatry world and i am excited for my future.

    I think you and i will have much in common, keep in touch!

    All the best for your course! dont forget about the dancing (because hardly anyone talks/lectures about it)!

    oh and https://www.iadms.org/?page=A8 ..... IADMS, another great association to get involved with. i will be presenting at the next conference in august!!!


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