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New french podiatrist wants to share knowledge with english podiatrists

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by gregori, Oct 14, 2017.

  1. gregori

    gregori Welcome New Poster


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    Hello,

    I am a french podiatrist recently graduated and I am interested in exchanging podiatry knowledge with English podiatrists. I would be more than happy to explain and give information about french techniques, studies or orther information requested and more than happy to heard back about your techniques, management plans and studies. My comfort zone is orthotics confection and biomechanics but I still can deliver valuable information about other areas too. I am just looking to learn english podiatry treatments and pathological terms to widen my possibilities to speak in a professional manner while learning foreign techniques :).
    We can further discuss on skype afterward. I am currently in France and can access different french organisations to get information requested for english podiatrists who wish to practice in France too.

    Looking forward to hearing from you british and australian guys and girls.

    Gregori.
     
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