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Fork in the road: Fine-tuning your podiatry future

For recent graduates, the idea of choosing your podiatry career can be a daunting task. There’s a lot of factors to consider. Do …

Podiatrist on maternity leave?

Here’s how I got my work/family balance right. A few years ago I made the decision to move into aged care podiatry because I …

Isometric v eccentric exercises for tendinopathy treatment

Is it time to farewell Alfredson’s eccentric foot drop? Being invited to contribute to our website resources by writing a blog for …

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ABA100 Winner for Brand Management

ABA100 Winner for Brand Management

Dimple has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner for Brand Management in The Australian Business Awards 2017. The Australian Business Award for Brand Management recognises organisations that have achieved outstanding results through initiatives that demonstrate...

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Building an effective relationship with your podiatrist

Building an effective relationship with your podiatrist

Good working relationships are instrumental in any successful organisation and bring with them a myriad of benefits. They not only improve morale, retention rates and productivity but are also proven to reduce stress, increase happiness, result in fewer health...

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Fork in the road: Fine-tuning your podiatry future

Fork in the road: Fine-tuning your podiatry future

For recent graduates, the idea of choosing your podiatry career can be a daunting task. There’s a lot of factors to consider. Do you prefer a better work-life balance, earlier starts, rewarding relationships, or the security of knowing a paycheck’s in the mail? While...

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Acing the interview: 5 tips to put you in pole position

Acing the interview: 5 tips to put you in pole position

You’ve done it. You’ve spent a bit of time brushing up on your CV, you’ve made sure the recruiter can’t ignore you, and then you get the all-important phone call. They want you in for an interview. Suddenly, alarm bells go off. How are you going to sell yourself?...

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Keeping your CV in order: 5 tips to see you through

Keeping your CV in order: 5 tips to see you through

When it comes to job hunting in any career path, your CV is the one thing that could separate you from the rest of the pack. In your podiatry career, whether you apply to the public, private or aged care sector, a well-crafted CV goes a long way to getting your foot...

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7 common qualities perfect candidates embody

7 common qualities perfect candidates embody

If you were to dream up the perfect podiatry job candidate, what qualities would they embody? We’ll give you a clue, it’s got nothing to do with how well they groom their beard or dress in the latest labels. It’s more the personal qualities. Qualities like being...

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Podiatrist on maternity leave?

Podiatrist on maternity leave?

Here's how I got my work/family balance right. A few years ago I made the decision to move into aged care podiatry because I knew I'd be a Mum one day and it’s such a flexible job, I thought it would be a great career move for someone who was planning a family. I...

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5 tips to keep tricky customers smiling

5 tips to keep tricky customers smiling

Tricky customers. We’ve all come across them at some point. Whether it’s working in hospitality, retail or even as a podiatrist, there’s always one or two that make themselves known. The trick is knowing how to deal with these customers - while keeping your sanity at...

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Isometric v eccentric exercises for tendinopathy treatment

Isometric v eccentric exercises for tendinopathy treatment

Is it time to farewell Alfredson’s eccentric foot drop? Being invited to contribute to our website resources by writing a blog for the company was a great opportunity. It has caused me to review both the current robust debates/discussions regarding podiatry practice...

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