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Hello from South African Student

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by megmad, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. megmad

    megmad Member


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    Hello everyone!!

    i am a first year student of Podiatric Medicine in South Africa.
    i ma just popping in to say hello and i am looking forward to read what is happening on a more international basis with our industry!!

    Megan
     
  2. defalbaire

    defalbaire Member

    Hi Megan,

    You have done the good choice!

    I'm sure will love Podiatry!!

    If during your studies you or your friends would like to come for an INternship in Mauritius, here is some informations below!!

    I wish you all the best!

    You r on the best podiatry forum!!

    Regards

    Valery de Falbaire


    Mauritius Podiatry Center in Mauritius Island offer internship to Podiatry Students.
    Its a unique experience in a tropical ''paradise'' country situed in the Indian Ocean.

    2 Podiatrist have done their studies in belgium (Similar to American podiatry) and one in France (Different way of insoles confection)

    For more information contact the Head Podiatrist: valery de falbaire by email valerydefalbaire@gmail.com or centredepodologie@gmail.com

    Or http://www.alumnoastralis.mu/aa/serv_internship.aspx

    Soon you will find informations on our website: http://www.podologue.mu

    The Center of Podiatry in Mauritius is a Healthcare Company that offers Podiatry care (Foot care and Biomechanical exams) around the Island. The Center of Podiatry has three Podiatris and has different places of Consultations around the island namely Moka, Curepipe, Tamarin and Quatres Bornes). The Podiatrists make their own Insoles and Orthotics in their Lab. The Center of Podiatry has special interest in Diabetics and Sports. It’s a young team and all the Podiatrist work in association with other Therapist (Physio, Chiro, Doctors, Massage Therapist..) in order to give the best treatment possible to the patient. The Podiatrist are also specializes in Plantar Reflexology, Kinesio-Taping, Manual Therapy of the Foot and Posturology. The Center of Podiatry welcomes Podiatry Students from around the World to share their vision and teach them their knowledge.
     
  3. Well done Megan I am also South African but based in the UK. I am running workshops in CT for people in the community to do basic foot care and we have opened our first clinic which has 6 workstations. Did you know that there 169000 amputations done last year. Our vision is to train people in the community and open clinics in strategic places so that we can hopefully minimize amputations and salvage limbs.
    It is an exciting profession
     
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