A podiatrist is a highly trained professional in the care of the foot and ankle. … Podiatrists are often called upon by other physicians and health care professionals…

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If you wish to become a podiatrist, you must first get a bachelor’s degree and then apply to an accredited podiatric medical college. Your graduate school course of…

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Diabetes can cause serious complications. More than 65,000 people a year need to have a foot amputated because of diabetes. A podiatrist can help prevent that. If you…

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Patients can now self-refer to Podiatry services without the need for a GP or nurse referral. This will be of most use to patients with long-term conditions (eg…

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Is it easy to get into podiatry school? Podiatrists may practice in all of the U.S. states. Podiatry schools are somewhat easier to get into than MD and…

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A podiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating the feet. … They are sometimes called podiatric physicians or, when qualified to perform surgery for such problems,…

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In Canada, the definition and scope of the practice of podiatry varies provincially. For instance, in some provinces like British Columbia and Alberta, the standards are the same…

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A podiatrist makes sure nails and calluses are cut down to a safe length. The purpose, however, is not cosmetic and podiatrists do not offer ancillary services such…

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Under Section (6) of the British Columbia Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act a podiatrist is permitted to “prescribe, compound, or administer a drug listed in Schedules 1…

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You must normally be referred to a podiatrist by a GP or clinic. If you do not qualify for NHS treatment, you will need to arrange private treatment….

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