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by Mathew John (2020-01-30)

Once upon a time in an English dictionary, Fungus Hacks Review if you looked up the word Podiatrist, it would say "a.m. (American for) Chiropodist", but essentially today, on a professional level, there is no difference between the two.In the UK the term chiropody has been used for a very long time to describe a practitioner that cares for all manner of foot health issues and it is only relatively recently, since 1993, that the term Podiatrist was adopted as the internationally recognised name for a medically qualified practitioner in foot health.You could have argued 20 years ago that a Chiropodist works on external foot (and hand) health problems such as corns, calluses and thickened nails, whereas a Podiatrist specialises in internal functions of the lower limb such as biomechanical assessments, gait analysis and prescription of orthotics.However, all professional training Of Chiropodist's and Podiatrists in the UK today essentially combine the two names for exactly the same training. It is mainly due to public perception that the two terms are still used.