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.
Jeff Petruske, Board Certified Pedorthist and Foot Solutions Senior Field Operations Coordinator, (480) 619-2427, jpetruske@footsolutions.
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.
More importantly, pedorthists and shoe repair professionals are applying a product that will give customers the confidence to return in the future.
Aetrex Worldwide, with over 25 Certified Pedorthists on staff, is the industry leader in pedorthic footwear, the leading manufacturer of mid-priced orthotics and the No.
COM PROFESSIONAL offers up-to-date industry news and health information for podiatrists, pedorthists, orthotists, prosthetists and others, along with topical message boards and a discussion forum for sharing questions, ideas and comments.
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.
There are several health care professionals that can and do fabricate foot orthoses: physicians (podiatry, orthopaedic, primary care sports medicine), physical therapists, athletic trainers, orthotists, and pedorthists (CPeds).