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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by kazza, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. kazza

    kazza Member

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    Hi I'm Karen

    have been reading some threads on biomechanics and don't know whether to feel worried or relieved!
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi Karen & :welcome: to Podiatry Arena, :D

    Why worried?

    The biomechanics threads can be a little daunting.

    My tip would be to start at the beginning & if you read something you are unsure of or feel you have something to add to a post then please do post.

    There are many eminent Podiatrists from around the world who regularly take the time to share their expertise on the Arena.

    If you are a Pod' student there are many threads on the education area with tagged threads to assist you if you have a particular area of interest.

    However, all members of the Arena abide by a strict code & rarely bite (unless provoked or antagonised) :butcher:

    It is always a good idea before you post to consider your question carefully & check for spolling mustooks before you post as this helps those reading in providing a professional & helpful response.

    Happy posting,

  3. kazza

    kazza Member

    Thankk you twirly

    I will endeavour to not make any more typos!
    I like odd things too.

  4. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    :welcome::good: Hi Kazza feel relieved because back in the olden days we did not have access to anything like this!?! So relax and enjoy as you can learn at a rapid rate here.
    Oops I have had many typo's so no I am the one feeling bad:eek:
  5. kazza

    kazza Member

    Thanks Heather
    You don't happen to be a wizz on Blake inverted devices by any chance?
    More specifically, applying the plaster for the lateral/heel post and then taking it off?
    Mine looks like a dog's breakfast.
  6. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Hi, sorry I can not help you with Plaster additions. I have the luxury of no longer having to do this as I use a lab.
    We all start with dog's breakfasts and worse, so don't worry you are not alone

    Good Luck
  7. kazza

    kazza Member

    Thanks again for your reassurance, Heather.

    I'll just have to get used to using a hammer until I have the luxury of using a lab one day!



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