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chi·rop·o·dy

 (kĭ-rŏp′ə-dē, shĭ-)
n.

[chiro- + -pod + -y.]

chi·rop′o·dist n.

chiropody

(kɪˈrɒpədɪ)
n
(Medicine) the treatment of the feet, esp the treatment of corns, verrucas, etc
chiˈropodist n
chiropodial adj

po•di•a•try

(pəˈdaɪ ə tri, poʊ-)

n.
the care of the human foot, esp. the diagnosis and treatment of foot disorders.
[1910–15; pod- + -iatry]

chiropody

an earlier and still frequent term for podiatry. — chiropodist, n. — chiropodial, adj.
See also: Feet and Legs
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chiropody - the branch of medicine concerned with the feetchiropody - the branch of medicine concerned with the feet
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
Translations
مُعالَجَةُ أمْراضِ القَدَم
pedikůra
fodterapi
pedikűr
fótsnyrting
pedicure
pedikúra
ayak bakımı

chiropody

[kɪˈrɒpədɪ] N (Brit) → podología f, pedicura f

chiropody

[kɪˈrɒpədi] n (= podiatry) → podologie f

chiropody

nFußpflege f

chiropody

[kɪˈrɒpədɪ] n (Brit) → chiropodia, podiatria, mestiere m di callista

chiropodist

(kiˈropədist) noun
a person who treats minor disorders of the feet.
chiˈropody noun
the work of a chiropodist.
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The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists said the UK could be facing an "arthritis crisis" due to increasing levels of obesity, people living longer and poor footwear.
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