chiropody

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chi·rop·o·dy

 (kĭ-rŏp′ə-dē, shĭ-)
n.

[chiro- + -pod + -y.]

chi·rop′o·dist n.
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chiropody

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

an earlier and still frequent term for podiatry. — chiropodist, n. — chiropodial, adj.
See also: Feet and Legs
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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
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Translations
مُعالَجَةُ أمْراضِ القَدَم
pedikůra
fodterapi
pedikűr
fótsnyrting
pedikúra
ayak bakımı

chiropody

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

[kɪˈrɒpədi] n (= podiatry) → podologie f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

chiropody

nFußpflege f
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chiropody

[kɪˈrɒpədɪ] n (Brit) → chiropodia, podiatria, mestiere m di callista
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

chiropodist

(kiˈropədist) noun
a person who treats minor disorders of the feet.
chiˈropody noun
the work of a chiropodist.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Since our founding as The Joint Council of Chiropodists of Great Britain and Ireland in 1938, when some 20 associations from all over the UK and Eire came together, through becoming the Institute of Chiropodists in 1955, then adding 'and Podiatrists' to our name in 1995, the Institute has always been present in the forefront of developments of our profession.
Visit the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists of Ireland (podiatryireland.com) for more information.
Chiropodists usually earn PS21,388-PS27,901, rising to PS40,588 for team leader positions, and higher still for private practice practitioners.
And it's an added burden our tootsies could well do without, as figures from the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists show that 75 per cent of us suffer from foot problems.
Homeless people can access a range of professionals such as hairdressers, chiropodists and dentists and can stay for a few hours or for the entire week.
Monthly blood tests, chiropractors, chiropodists and all manner of specialists were on hand to ensure the players were in peak condition.
* It has already been shown that pharmacies and chiropodists have the capacity to carry out simple blood tests to identify Type 2 diabetes.
The Durham University study claims that screening for the condition in opticians, and possibly chiropodists or dentists, could find those people who would not routinely visit their GR and could have worldwide potential.
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.