pedorthist


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pedorthist

 [pe-dor´thist]
a person skilled in pedorthics and practicing its application.

pedorthist

(pēd′ŏr-thĭst)
A footwear specialist. Pedorthists design and produce individually fitted shoes and foot support products to alleviate and prevent foot injury and disease.
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Certified pedorthists at the company's Foot Health Centres make casts of customers' feet and build custom-made orthotics that can relieve the pain of conditions like plantar fasciitis or ankle and tendon injuries.
69-70] Effective teams have included physicians, educators, podiatrists, pedorthists, surgeons, nutritionists, and home care nurses.
In fact, their goal is to educate the public about what a Pedorthist is and how they can help alleviate foot pain and pain in other parts of the body, through carefully fitted footwear.
degree in Kinesiology, a podiatrist, a pedorthist and a specialist in the design and manufacture of insoles teamed up to create foot care products for children that doctors will recommend, but not have to prescribe.
Note to editors: Archival photographs and fact sheets about the history of Eneslow, common/uncommon foot disorders, and Certified Pedorthists are available on request as are interviews with Robert Schwartz, C.
Vibram's selection of materials expands the tools I have to address patients' conditions," explains Chris Constantini, a certified pedorthist at Foot Performance Center and adviser to the Pedorthic Footwear Association.
Oster, a board certified podiatrist and pedorthist in Granville, Ohio.
As well as footwear designers and manufacturers, the popular forum also attracts footwear and foot-health professionals such as pattern/design engineers, product development or technical managers, company presidents, pedorthists or laboratory managers.
Senate File 364 - ORTHOTISTS, PROSTHETISTS, PEDORTHISTS, AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Among the occupations within the field are practitioners, pedorthists, assistants, fitters, and technicians.
STUDENTS IN THE ORTHOTICS and Prosthetics Technician Program at Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee are developing multiple skill sets coveted by employers that will land them jobs in the industry as technicians, fitters or pedorthists.