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Introducing myself

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by quissu, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. quissu

    quissu Welcome New Poster


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    i'm quissu, from Portugal. i'm glad to be a member of podiatry arena.
    Here, in Portugal we have problems with phisicians,they don't accept us very well. Podiatry starts 10 years ago, and is not called podiatry but podologia. We are young and inexperient.. i hope i can learn with you about all that concern the foot. Hope you understand me because it's very dificult to me to write in English.. see you ;)
     
  2. Stephen Moore

    Stephen Moore Member

    Welcome

    Quissu

    'Failte' (Gaelic for 'welcome') to the Forum, hopefully we can all learn from each other, no one person or country has all the answers. Its great to be part of a growing international Podiatry/Podologia etc. forum.:cool:

    Regards


    Stephen
    Western Isles
    Scotland
     
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