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Are podiatrists real physicians?

Podiatrist are physician, formerly known as chiropodists in the US. there is no such thing as chiropody in America. Podiatrists attend four years of undergraduate education (MORE)

Is a podiatrist a medical doctor?

A podiatrist is a doctor with medical school preparation in diagnosing and treating the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Within the field of podiatry, practitioners can focus on ma (MORE)

What does a podiatrist do?

Podiatrist or chiropodist is a branch of medicine devoted to the study of, diagnosis, and medical treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, leg, and lower back. The term podi (MORE)

How long does it take to become a podiatrist?

Answer   After 4 years of undergraduate study (though some podiatry schools have joint programs with local universities that allow you to attend podiatry school after 3 y (MORE)

What is the difference between a podiatrist and a pediatrician?

The difference between a podiatrist and pediatrician are the  functions and type of doctors they are. Podiatrists treat all  problems connected to the feet, whereas, Pediatr (MORE)

Education of a podiatrist?

If one wants to be a podiatrist, he must first undergo four years  of undergraduate work followed by a 4-year education in an  accredited podiatric medical school. A 3- or 4 (MORE)
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Are There Advancement opportunities for a Podiatrists?

  Podiatrists are not physicians. This is unambiguous, by standards of convention or dictionary definition. Medical doctors (MDs) and doctors of osteopathy (DOs) are the o (MORE)

Can a MD become a podiatrist?

All MD's are licensed to treat the foot. All podiatrists are licensed to treat the foot. Any one that is licensed to treat the foot can treat the foot. If an MD is treating t (MORE)