podiatrist


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Synonyms for podiatrist

a specialist in care for the feet

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Despite the hesitation among consumers to seek professional help for foot-related problems, most of those who have done so are happy with the results: among those who have visited a podiatrist, 88% said their podiatrist was able to quickly provide a clear diagnosis, and 76% said their podiatrist was able to prescribe an effective treatment regimen and/or medication that helped their foot- or ankle-related issues improve or go away.
If anyone is concerned that they aren't getting the care they should have or have any problems with their feet please speak to your GP and ask to be referred to a podiatrist.
The part-time MSc course is up and running at the University of Hudders-field, led by one of the world's leading forensic podiatrists Prof Wesley Vernon.
In this article the authors sought to explore the level of job satisfaction amongst Maltese podiatrists working in two different clinical settings within the NHS.
A Park Avenue podiatrist, who recommends Prada and Michael Kors for women looking for a wider shoe, offers injectable fillers for cushioning and other injections to tame profuse sweating; another NYC practitioner corrects what he calls Hitchhiker's Toe (a case of an outsize big toe) but drew the line at one patient's request: amputation of a pinkie toe to allow for a better fit.
After a moment chatting, the podiatrist went over to her boots.
Marietti placed the 34-year-old podiatrist on 2 years' probation and gave him credit for the 133 days he's was in jail prior to sentencing.
Although the Supreme Court of Connecticut ultimately held that Health Net's practice of reimbursing the individual podiatrists at a lesser rate than medical doctors for the same procedures was not unfair discrimination, it did hold that the individual podiatrist had standing.
We classified care received from health professionals into five mutually exclusive categories, defining binary variables for each (Table 1, panel B): (1) podiatrist (CMS provider specialty code 48) with or without care from other health professionals; (2) lower extremity clinician specialist (LEC specialist) with or without care from other health professionals; (3) podiatrist and LEC specialist with or without care from other health professionals; (4) other health professional (no care from podiatrists or LEC specialists)--general/family practitioner (01, 08), internist (11), endocrinologist (46), (1) nurse practitioner (50), and physician assistant (97); and (5) no care from any of the study health professionals (but receipt of care from nonstudy health professionals, e.
Lorraine Jones, a podiatrist from the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists said: "Ugg-style boots are fine to wear in moderation but they are not designed to be worn on a daily basis, particularly if you are going to be doing a lot of walking.
The rulemaking also allows registered nurses to administer anesthesia to patients under the supervision of a physician, podiatrist, or dentist.
A podiatrist is an allied healthcare professional specialising in the recognition, diagnosis and management of the foot and lower limb.
WEAR THE RIGHT SHOES Most foot problems are caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes, so make sure you dress your feet for the right occasion, says podiatrist Alicia Lai.
Patients can have their feet checked by a podiatrist, get seen by their district nurse and have their blood pressure checked in one day.