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Kalos sas Vrika (Glad to find you in greek) -- Warm hello!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Katerina13, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Katerina13

    Katerina13 Welcome New Poster


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    Warm hellos to all.
    I am a current podiatry student at Queensland University of Technology in Australia Brisbane and am soon starting my second year with clinics coming up in the second semester.

    I wish to all the best in their life and hope to have a wonderful time talking to all and learning something new everyday.

    Have a great time !!!

    Filia - Kisses!!
     
  2. DenosV

    DenosV Member

    Hello Kathrine! :)
     
  3. Katerina13

    Katerina13 Welcome New Poster

    Geia sou Deno
     
  4. Rina

    Rina Welcome New Poster

    Glad to find all of you! Geia sas paidia!!!

    My name is Eirini, I am a student at Salford University (part time, I have kids, so...) and I am graduating this year :dizzy: I have been living here for the last 12 years and have no idea what the profession is like in Greece, but I am happy to hear it's doing so well in Crete! I need some encouragement, I want to go back to Greece, this is why I am doing this course - I am hoping to open a place (my husband is Armenian and probably would not find a job so he would do well to look after the kids so I can work, i.e. reverse our roles). We would probably go to Athens (cause that's the epicentre and I need the kids to have easy access to things - even UK if they want to come back). What are you thinking? Is it worth the risk? Can you see a future in Greece with Podiatry (I mean they don't even recognise the terminology, we are ποδολογοι, podologists - as if we were the feet-philosophers not the... healers, or dare I say, doctors!!!).

    So a big hello to everybody in the Arena - it's nice to find some Greek podiatrists. Good luck to all of you! Και πολλα Ελληνικα φιλακια, ματς-μουτς!
     
  5. podigiatro17

    podigiatro17 Welcome New Poster

    I realize this thread is a bit old, but was hoping for a response. I am actually an American who married into a Greek family. My husband has his Greek citizenship and his family lives in Greece. I am a US-trained podiatrist and was hoping to obtain some information on the practice of podiatry in Greece. I would love to practice in Crete, but I realize Athens may be more realistic.

    Any information would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you,

    Jamie
     
  6. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    This thread is such a great example of the how Podiatry Arena brings our profession together from all areas of the world. Welcome all and good luck with your plans.

    Cheers
     
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