A health care practitioner who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of foot ailments.(noun)
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Use "podiatrist" in a sentence
"However, visiting a podiatric physician, also known as a podiatrist, as soon as foot pain is experienced drastically improves the chance of finding a solution for heel pain."
"Good evening ladies and gentlemen, good evening kids of all ages, good evening my exwives and my wife and prospective wives, good evening some of my own children out there in the audience, good evening my lawyer, my agent, my accountant, good evening my recordlabel execs, good evening my podiatrist (who just last Thursday she told me that my onychauxis it had developed into onychogryphosis, had a professional trim my nails) ...."
"Howard Hughes first caught sight of Jane in 1940 she was working as a receptionist in a Van Nuys podiatrist's office and signed her to a seven-year contract."