foot doctor


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Noun1.foot doctor - a specialist in care for the feetfoot doctor - a specialist in care for the feet  
medical specialist, specialist - practices one branch of medicine
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People with nerve damage or poor blood circulation to the feet -- from diabetes or other medical conditions -- should see a foot doctor regularly and, if needed, have calluses trimmed, Andersen said.
When she saw my X-ray, she became very sympathetic and prescribed painkillers and told me to see a foot doctor right away.
His father was a foot doctor. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1942 with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.
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Foote the Foot Doctor" is the best darn doc to fix up your gout, your fungus, your ingrown pinkie toe.
You may also need other health care professionals on your diabetes treatment team, including a foot doctor, nutritionist, eye doctor and a diabetes specialist (called an endocrinologist).
The first chapter, which scrupulously describes sundry Jews who knew Lincoln prior to his presidency, and the second, which adds fresh detail to his relationship with his foot doctor, might offer grist to the mill of those seeking to dismiss this book as an exercise in ethnic self-congratulation.
A FOOT doctor was struck off after selling NHS equipment on eBay.
The 47-year-old actress, who accidently twisted her ankle on the set of 'I Don't Know How She Does It', added that after she went to a foot doctor, she came to know that her foot has developed an extra bone.
After consultation with a noted foot doctor, a cortisone shot was prescribed and proved successful.