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chiropodist

[kə′räp·əd·əst]
(medicine)
One who treats minor ailments of the feet. Also known as podiatrist.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Chiropodist needs to be aware that they are not a general practitioner or consultant and a little knowledge can do harm if used incorrectly.
Visit the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists of Ireland (podiatryireland.com) for more information.
The barrister reminded them that Kalami was a podiatrist, not a chiropodist who the woman had seen previously, and he was trained to deal with things like the back and groin areas as they related to feet.
The entrepreneur, 23, who started up Newcastle-based Absoleute Podiatry last year, has become visiting chiropodist for Northumberland baby accessory company Tommee Tippee.
Four weeks ago, the Sunday Mercury told how students paying up to pounds 2,500 to train as self-employed chiropodists could be left with virtually-worthless diplomas.
1983, where the researchers estimated that 14% of the then State Registered Chiropodist profession had antibodies to T.
Heel cracks are particularly serious in people with diabetes and need attention from a chiropodist.
MARY Heraghty, podiatrist and chiropodist at the Healthy Feet clinic, Glasgow, says excessive high-heel wearing can cause health problems.
Chiropodist Laura Dicken, of Saltburn's Podology, says like all the good things in life, it's a question of moderation.
"If it were not for my cardiologist, urologist, ophthalmologist and chiropodist, I'd have no social life at all." - Comment by octogenarian overheard in 42nd Street, New York.
A CHIROPODIST accused of wrongly diagnosing a patient has been cleared by a professional watchdog.