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  • Rachana PT's Avatar
    Today, 11:33 AM
    Hello there, Did you take up the exam. Do let me know, need urgent help for the same. Thank you.
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    Today, 10:35 AM
    orthofeet have really good arch support but since I have a super high arch and work 13-14 hour shifts on my feet I still have to use my orthotic insoles and these shoes accommodate them well because of the wide toe bed. Customer service is outstanding. They are quick to reply to any questions via email, extremely friendly and helpful and know which shoe is right for you. And the return process is easy and cost free so there is no risk in trying these shoes. If you try them you will love them.
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 PM
    Australia, Queensland (Regional) - Long running well established practice originally setup in 2006 by current owner. Fantastic lifestyle location on the central Gold Coast in a Master Planned Residential Community. The practice has... See More Information...
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  • aneesh's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:43 PM
    I am facing the same situation.. I didnt get a hospital for adaptation.. Please provide informations of hospitals accomodating foreign physios for adapation
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  • legpainfighter's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:33 AM
    I have been fighting a pain that sounds EXACTLY like what you have dealt with. I've seen multiple neurologists, orthopedists, physical therapists, etc, and no one can tell me the source of the pain. MRIs, EMG, and X-rays all come back completely normal, but the sharp, stabbing, electric pain persists. I'll have long stretches of time where I exhibit no symptoms and you can even press around on the leg and it's perfectly fine. Then, all of a sudden, BAM! In those times, I can't touch my leg...
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  • nzphysio87's Avatar
    17-06-2018, 04:38 AM
    Hi, I am an Indian qualified and experienced Physio ( living in NZ) and applying for registration in NZ. Is there anyone from India who has got himself registered in NZ , as I have few queries to ask. Thanks in advance.
    0 replies | 64 view(s)
  • palak18's Avatar
    16-06-2018, 06:08 PM
    Hello, I have completed my bachelors degree this year in India with an overall score of 67% and with IELTS 6.5 overall , and now I am looking forward to pursue further education ,I am searching for Universities in UK,USA and AUSTRALIA. And I want to pursue very specific and uncommon course that even if I come back to India it has great demand and worth. I have looked upon certain universities in UK that provides Masters in sports physiotherapy which I found to be attracting and valuable....
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  • llakie's Avatar
    14-06-2018, 12:53 PM
    Beautiful Spa Couch by Lemi is for sale. It is electrically controlled with adjustable height, tilting and backrest inclination, face hole and adjustable headrest. It has a one-piece 12 cm thick mattress The base is curved oak wood, combined with chromed steel. It is in excellent condition and has recently been recovered in pale grey. We are relocating for a new adventure to North America during July and unfortunately cannot take this gorgeous couch with us (wrong voltage!). 1,250.
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  • Matthew B's Avatar
    14-06-2018, 09:53 AM
    ITO TM300 Traction System, good condition. GBP 750 Electric plinth, very good condition. GBP 350 Located in Newcastle upon Tyne, collection preferred. Can arrange delivery at buyers expense. I couldn't upload a picture of the traction unit, please email me if you wish to see it. Contact Matt Bailey, matt.bailey@outlook.es
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    13-06-2018, 10:41 AM
    I bought a pair of the orthofeet to wear on a tour of Italy that included walking 8-10 miles a day. I had been experiencing foot pain and plantar fasciitis. I was desperate to find a shoe that could get me through a day of walking without pain. Well I found it, the Chicane not only gives me the foot support and pain relief I needed; they are also a good looking shoe that can be paired with many different outfits. The Chicanes took me about three weeks to wear in so that they were comfortable...
    23 replies | 6975 view(s)
  • akshayv's Avatar
    13-06-2018, 09:22 AM
    I have to admit I had a small problem in the first week with the shoe rubbing against the tendon in the back of my leg. I developed quite the blister :( After the shoe stretched a bit,all was good. The is so comfortable to wear and that's a good thing because I work on a cement floors and do a lot of standing and walking. orthofeet shoes are a godsend in my opinion.
    9 replies | 5741 view(s)
  • physiobob's Avatar
    13-06-2018, 04:20 AM
    Australia, Queensland (Brisbane) - Long running well established practice originally purchased by current owner in 1998 moving to current premises in 2009. Large patient database with excellent referrals and close relationships... See More Information...
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  • Mahoor's Avatar
    10-06-2018, 02:49 AM
    Hi Liam I have sent you an email enquiring information and advice on standard pathway exams. It has been a while since I finished my studies and I need refreshments. I have noidea where to begin. Could you please advice me on this matter and if there is any courses available? My email is: mahoor_m55@yahoo.com Thanks
    8 replies | 4255 view(s)
  • akshayv's Avatar
    09-06-2018, 06:49 AM
    I have heel pain and need arch support for my tired feet. I first wore them around the house for an hour or two at a time, as suggested. This past weekend I ventured out to work my daughters Girl Scout cookie booths. I was on my feet 2 hours straight and my feet felt great. orthofeet shoe really helps me do my job and cuts down on the pain I have once I am off my feet.
    2 replies | 1459 view(s)
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