So Pierre, could you explain what an orthoptist actually is and explain some of your key responsibities?
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Are you a mad sports fanatic but also harbor a love for science and are intrigued by all things to do with the human body? Perhaps you have thought about venturing into exercise science, health care or medicine once the school gates swing wide? Well, there are a plethora of careers that just might answer your calling. Here we speak with Pierre Elmurr, an orthoptist who works with elite football teams across the world to enhance their on-field performance.
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