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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by T - C.Ped, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. T - C.Ped

    T - C.Ped Welcome New Poster

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    Hi, all.

    So I've been a C.Ped for about 13yrs. I am also an orthotist, but my practice is almost entirely pedorthics and wound management.

    I'm writing a major presentation for my company that will be viewed for information and CEUs by DPMs, PTs, Case Managers, etc. I'd love some thoughts from you all as I put the thing together.

    **If this is against forum rules please edit or erase this thread.**

    PEDORTHICS - Yep, a blanket overview of Pedorthics. If you guys were attending this presentation over lunch, what things might you want to know?

    FOOT ORTHOTICS - Right? Can we get more blanketed? Again, it's a presentation at lunch - what info would you like to receive if you saw this as the title?

    Also, I've been wandering around here for hours, now. All this stuff in one place is so terrifically awesome.
  2. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    We have lots of CPed's here who contribute regularly, so you very welcome.
  3. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Welcome T - C ped. Can be nice if asking for assistance to have a little more formality (eg. a name would not go astray :))
    Sometimes you may recieve more assistance if you repost in a forum other than the introduction forum.
    No all read the intro's.
    You can search via forums, via tags, or threads so good that you are finding your way around.
    As you are ware many Podiatrists make and prescribe Orthotics, so perhaps educating on what you do that is different, how you do it may be a good starting point.

    Good Luck
  4. Jeremy Long

    Jeremy Long Active Member

    Welcome, T - C Ped. As the Admin aptly stated, there are several credentialed pedorthists who contribute here. There is also enormous potential for you to grow your own personal knowledge, and improve treatment results, through information gleaned here provided by many outstanding individuals.

    Also feel welcome to contact me directly any time you wish. My info is located on my profile page.

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