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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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Lee Terry (R-NE) and Diana DeGette (D-CO) introduced HR 1761, the Helping Ensure Life- and Limb-Saving Access to Podiatric Physicians (HELLPP) Act, to the 113th Congress.
Bowman is an award-winning foot and ankle physician and leader in the podiatric industry.
The hook is a collaboration of internationally renowned surgeons in the fields of orthopedics, podiatric medicine, and trauma.
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.
Instead, she relied on her established reputation as the only black female doctor board certified in podiatric surgery in the Greater Detroit area.
fancy footwork (left to right) Gary Boon, consultant podiatric surgeon, staff nurse Erica Bonner and patient Rita Sutcliffe at Holme Valley Memorial Hospital
Those Aching Feet does not go into great depth upon the maladies it covers; it's simply a no-nonsense guideline to the basic facts any active person needs to know, and a superb primer to brush up on good podiatric habits before visiting a health care professional.
Ingrown toenails are, of course, a common podiatric problem treated among children of all ages, and young people often learn the hard way how critically important foot care and footwear is.
based company he founded in 1988 to develop and manage commercial and retail properties, was unanimously elected to the boards of trustees of both the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and the Foot Clinics of New York.
According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, the foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles and tendons.
WASHINGTON--Medicare will begin to cover semiannual podiatric foot exams for diabetes patients, as long as the referring physician has established a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy with loss of protective sensation.
Arthroscopy, a minimally invasive surgical technique widely used for treating knee injuries, is being applied in new ways by podiatric surgeons to relieve a variety of nagging ankle problems, including ligament damage, bone chips, and recurrent pain from end-stage arthritis.