podiatrist


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podiatrist

[pə′dī·ə·trəst]
(medicine)
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The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) is the nation's leading professional organization for today's podiatrists.
Forensic podiatrists also look at a person's gait, or how they walk, examining CCTV footage to link them to a crime.
According to the New York Times, a handful of LA and NYC-based podiatrists perform procedures specifically designed to help women fit comfortably into designer heels, Fox News reported.
Using podiatrist designed orthotic technology, the range is designed to restore your natural foot alignment, function and efficiency.
We included binary variables representing the quartile ranking of Medicare payments in the previous year, measured by services performed by nonstudy health professionals (those not included in the podiatrist, LEC specialist, or other health professional groups).
But despite their comfort value, members of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists have warned the flat and furry boots may not be the friend to the feet that they seem.
530 permits a registered nurse to administer moderate sedation to patients treated in ambulatory surgical treatment centers if supervised by a physician who is licensed to practice medicine in all its branches, a podiatrist, or a dentist.
Podiatrist Lorraine Jones advises moisturising twice a day to prevent heels from cracking, and using a pumice stone or nonmetal foot-file to exfoliate.
Patients can have their feet checked by a podiatrist, get seen by their district nurse and have their blood pressure checked in one day.
Podiatrists can work for the NHS, in specialist clinics or can work in the private sector.