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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by M_Luhtala, Oct 28, 2008.

  1. M_Luhtala

    M_Luhtala Welcome New Poster

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    I'm new here and just saying everyone hello!

    I'm from Finland and working mainly with insoles and orthopedic footwear...

    See you,
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hello M_Luhtala,

    :welcome: to Podiatry Arena.

    Have you had a look in the biomechanics & orthosis forum yet? Lots of great discussions which may be of interest to you.


    Also think about adding your country's flag to your posts. I have checked & Finland is there :D

    Courtesy of the lovely Mr Admin et al
    Many regards,

  3. M_Luhtala

    M_Luhtala Welcome New Poster

    Hello Mandy!

    Yes I have read lot of stuff from biomechanics&orthosis forum... it is kinda addictive... lot of info, lot of text and lots to think about...

    And thanks for your hint: I added finnish flag to my profile ! Wow... cool.
    I'm not sure are there any users from Finland... ?

    - Matti
  4. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi again Matti,

    I wandered into the locations on members map & could only find one other Finnish member who has added their location: Helsinki <COME ON FINLAND>

    198 members have listed their location on our members map. <poor show chaps!>

    Of Pod' Arena's current 6,942 members I can't believe only two Finnish members exist!

    Perhaps the others are in hiding? :confused:

    Personally I believe our Finnish members are afraid of adding their location as they may be held responsible for sinking Europe on our Google map of members :sinking:

    Fear not colleagues. If the water rises we'll head to higher ground. :D Or, better still we'll all head to Oz' I hear there's lots of room there. :drinks <---& Fosters


    Note of caution:
    trust me. It is. Enjoyable though :drinks

    PS. You really are in the right place: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jyväskylä

    Jyväskylä is known as a city of schools, the Athens of Finland,
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2008
  5. M_Luhtala

    M_Luhtala Welcome New Poster


    Well I think that the podiatry-arena.com isn't so well known in Finland... not yet ;)
    The current way of thinking in here might also be little bit too narrow-minded so lot of information and development in field of podiatry might get professionals bit vary. This is only my point of view...

    Yeah Jyvaskyla is nice place, no doubt. Check this video and you will understand:

    See ya,
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 29, 2008
  6. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Thanks Matti,

    Video is lovely.

    My grasp of the Finnish language is zero :eek: so although I am unable to translate the comments from other viewers I feel sure they must all be positive. Great music too. :D



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