Are podiatrists considered physicians?

Answer A podiatrist isn't a physician. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a physician holds either a degree as a medical doctor (M.D.) or a doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.). A podiatrist ha... Read More »

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Are podiatrists doctors?

A podiatrist is also known as a doctor of podiatric medicine, or DPM. To legally practice medicine, podiatrists must finish the certification process that includes undergraduate schooling, a four-y... Read More »

Requirements for Podiatrists?

Podiatry is a branch of medicine primarily devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of conditions and disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. First acknowledged in the early 20th century i... Read More »

Are podiatrists legit?

On One Hand: Podiatrists are Legitimate.Podiatrists treat foot disorders, both medically and surgically. They prescribe and make foot orthotics; treat burning and sweating feet, bunions, corns and ... Read More »

Are podiatrists quacks?

On One Hand: Podiatrists Receive Extensive TrainingAll 50 states and the District of Columbia require podiatrists, or foot doctors, to have licenses, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statis... Read More »