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po·di·a·tric

(pō-dī'ă-trik),
Relating to podiatry.

po·di·a·tric

(pō'dē-at'rik)
Relating to podiatry.
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He is a member and former president of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association.
The practices podiatric doctors and supportive health-care staff members treat patients comfortably, effectively, and affordably.
Dr Rubin runs the program as a community service to encourage students to consider a career in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
The closest 'non-medical' field to podiatric surgery in the UK is undoubtedly dentistry.
As a practitioner of podiatric medicine and surgery in Palo Alto, California, Saxena is a pioneer in several surgical procedures for the ankle and foot and an inventor of surgical instruments including an arthroscopic drill guide and a hone grafting retractor.
He received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 2008 from the California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, Calif.
The Western Podiatric Medical Congress is the largest podiatric exhibition west of the Mississippi.
Details: Amie Hornbaker, American Podiatric Medical Association, at (301) 581-9221 or aehornbaker@apma.
We are delighted that we can now offer podiatric surgery in our flagship facility at Chelmsley Wood.
Instead, she relied on her established reputation as the only black female doctor board certified in podiatric surgery in the Greater Detroit area.
Reflecting the tidal wave of advances made during the 15 years since the first edition was published, this second edition, two-volume text continues in its mission to present an integrated view of the practice of podiatric medicine, a specialty that will be increasingly important as the population ages and as chronic diseases such as diabetes proliferate.
fancy footwork (left to right) Gary Boon, consultant podiatric surgeon, staff nurse Erica Bonner and patient Rita Sutcliffe at Holme Valley Memorial Hospital