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    Hi there,

    If you are reading this, it is likely because Barrett has invited you to join the Somasimple PT community.

    If you are anything like me, a visual learner, you may find the prospect of wading through the various forms a bit daunting. So I have tried to make the process more visual.

    Follow the thumbnails for an easier experience (Please be aware that you have to go to the actual pages to register. These ones are just pictures of the real pages to help you recognize them when you see them):

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    If you google Somasimple.com, you'll see a page like this. Click on either "Barrett's Forums" or "Somasimple Discussion List".

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    2. Find the invitation to join in a box at the top. Click on "join our community today". This will take you to the registration page.

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    3. Click the "agree" box, then the "register" box. (make sure you actually do read and agree first. )
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    4. Next, the registration page. There are several steps here, but they are all straightforward. Click on "complete registration" and you're done! Welcome!

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    5. Well, not quite. Your part is done, however, your registration will be processed within a day or two before you will be allowed to post. This is a spam prevention measure, so please bear with it. Then have fun discussing. :thumbs_up
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    Last edited by Diane; 30-10-2007, 06:39 PM.
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    Thank you for this Diane. All my students know who you are and how much I and many others depend upon your hard work and wisdom.

    As long as Soma Simple remains a place where free flow of information relevant to manual care and therapy can be found I will promote its growth and contribute as I can.

    As I say, the academic community seems to have other tasks to attend to - we have to help each other. This is where we can do that.
    Barrett L. Dorko

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      Once registered, new members (old fellows may, too) who have followed Barrett's course may subscribe to the Newsletters.

      Just follow this link (in the user control panel)=>
      http://www.somasimple.com/forums/pro...editusergroups

      Then click on the radio button Join Group (the SC News one).
      Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. L VINCI
      We are to admit no more causes of natural things than such as are both true and sufficient to explain their appearances. I NEWTON

      Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not a bit simpler.
      If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. Albert Einstein
      bernard

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