Definition of Chiropody. Meaning of Chiropody. Synonyms of Chiropody

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Definition of Chiropody

Chiropody
Chiropody Chirop"ody, n. The art of treating diseases of the hands and feet.

Meaning of Chiropody from wikipedia

- advanced diploma in chiropody, requiring a baccalaureate degree in the sciences or in another field as a prerequisite before entering chiropody. Podiatrists...
- of 29 July 2015. The only English-speaking Chiropody program in Canada, in which also has a working Chiropody Clinic on campus for students to treat patients...
- of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). The college began as The Ohio College of Chiropody in 1916, and was located in Euclid Avenue's Republic Building until 1922...
- Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFU) is a private graduate school in North Chicago, Illinois. It has more than 2,000 students in...
- store, while extending staff benefits to areas such as restaurants and chiropody. Marks & Spencer expanded into Canada in 1973, and at one point had 47...
- Retrieved 28 January 2019. "Chapter 8: Pharmaceutical, Ophthalmic and Chiropody Services". Royal Commission on the NHS. HMSO. July 1979. ISBN 978-0101761505...
- Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, formerly the Illinois College of Chiropody and Orthopedics This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with...
- American Podiatry ****ociation". 1922. p. 12. The New York College of Chiropody "Our History". Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. 14 April...
- Chirographystudy of handwriting or penmanship Chirologystudy of the hands Chiropodymedical science of feet Chorologyscience of the geographic description...
- War II. Capuzi attended the Northwestern Institute of Foot Surgery and Chiropody. He served in the Illinois House of Representatives from 1955 to 1965...