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International Podiatry

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by bob, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. bob

    bob Active Member


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    I was wondering what experience you all have of training and practice of podiatry across the world? I have only experience of the UK podiatry and podiatric surgery systems which is now a little (a lot) outdated. It would be nice to hear of some of the benefits of the different systems of delivering care to patients with foot problems from the perspective of people who have experienced both.
    Dieter Fellner is an example that springs to mind on here. How do you feel you experience of American podiatry training and practice differs from your personal experience of your English training and practice? Obviously, this will be somewhat skewed towards the experience of the individual and can not hope to capture the real time differences in the systems, but it would be interesting nevertheless. I know of a chap in the UK who was a podiatric surgeon a while back who went on to complete his general medical degree but there were no well defined reports of how this affected his practice.
    I feel that it would be valuable to learn from the experience of these motivated individuals who might be very useful to point the right direction (either positive or negative) to a developing international profession.
    Thank you in advance!
     
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