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Tom Brett, Master of Laws, Master Bonesetter, Podiatrist

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Tom Brett, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. Tom Brett

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    Hi I am a practicing podiatrist in the UK.

    My clinical speciality is manipulation and I am currently developing a course in manipulation of the lower limb for podiatrists.
    The course is in two parts:
    1. Up to and including the knee.
    2. The hip to the twelth thoracic vertebra.
    These courses are currently being validated by the incorporated regulator in the UK for manipulation, Unified Bonesetters Ltd.

    My management speciality is medical law and my web site for access is http://www.brettom.com

    I hope that I can add something special to the community.

    Tom Brett DO, BSc(Hons), LLM
     
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