Results for: Podiatry

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Where do you study Podiatry in the UK?

There are 13 schools across the country that offer full-time and some offering part-time bachelor degrees in Podiatry. The full-time course takes three or four years to comple (MORE)
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Where can you study podiatry?

Podiatry is usually studied at University. The University of Huddersfield for example, offers a Podiatry degree course.
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What is the treatment for podiatry?

Podiatry has nothing to do with adhd but since there is a link, I thought I would share a little on adhd. You can find a book and audio recording at this site: http://living-w (MORE)
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Will podiatry be covered?

Some health insurance companies do cover Podiatry. It is always best to give them a call to find out exactly what is and isn't covered.
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What education to become a podiatry?

Podiatrists currently have to undertake a Bachelors degree which includes 1000 clinical training hours to meet standards for the use of the protected titles 'Podiatrist' or 'C (MORE)

What educational training do you need to be a podiatry?

For school and college leavers in the UK you are generally required to have a minimum of 2 preferably 3 A-levels one of which should be science, preferably science based. For (MORE)

What is a podiatry doctor?

A Podiatrist is a specialist in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the foot and lower limb.
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What is podiatry clinic?

A Podiatry Clinic would specialise in all aspects of foot problems. Podiatric medicine is the only profession that dedicates itself exclusively to foot and ankle health and we (MORE)
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Who does podiatry?

A Podiatrist carries out podiatry treatment. A Podiatrist is a specialist in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the foot and lower limb.
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Where can one get podiatry medicine?

You can get podiatry medication from a doctor, a podiatrist would be the best bet as he or she could properly diagnose your problem. You could always by them online.
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