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Is this really a sign of a lack of clinical competence or just a 'mistake'?

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Craig Payne, Nov 7, 2016.

  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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  3. William Fowler

    William Fowler Active Member

    Would be interested to see the logic in the outcome of this one.
    eg a heel raise on the wrong side is something that is always going to happen occasionally by mistake. Is that due to a lack of competence? Maybe if it is not picked up?
     
  4. Tell you what I'd like to see here: a demonstration of the kinetic effects of both a 5mm heel lift and a 5 degree post in "patient a". Do we know what pathology was being treated in "patient a"?
     
  5. You would need to the whole picture to be able to answer the question of the OP
     
  6. timharmey

    timharmey Active Member

    went to mc donalds drive thru once had a big mac which was great apart from the fact there was no burger when I went back the guy laughed I laughed and they stuck a burger where it should be , now days I would sue him for PTBD( post traumatic burger deficencey )
     
  7. Mike Plank

    Mike Plank Active Member

    Show me someone who has never made a mistake? It does not specify if the incline is medial or lateral either let alone what harm, if any came to the patient. I personally would prefer to be judged by fellow Podiatrists and this is not the case with the HCPC.
     
  8. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Has this now been dropped? Seems no reference to it now except in cached pages on HCPC.
     
  9. Dieter Fellner

    Dieter Fellner Well-Known Member

    This beggars belief ...
     
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