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Podology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases and disorders related to the feet and nails. Podiatrists are specialized health professionals who deal with various aspects of foot health.

Scope of action

Podology covers a wide range of activities aimed at diagnosing and treating various foot diseases, such as ingrown toenails, calluses, corns, warts, onychomycosis, warts, diabetic foot, foot deformities, foot injuries, etc. Podologists also deal with foot care, removing calluses, removing calluses, trimming nails and advising patients on proper foot hygiene. Podiatrists carry out a detailed diagnosis and assessment of the condition of feet and nails. They use a variety of diagnostic techniques such as physical examination, gait analysis, foot posture assessment, palpation, arterial blood test, functional tests, etc. Based on these assessments, podiatrists determine appropriate treatment and care plans.

Prevention, education and cooperation

Podiatrists play an important role in the prevention of foot diseases. They educate patients on proper foot hygiene, proper footwear, care techniques and injury prevention. They can also test for risk factors such as diabetic foot and provide guidance on proper care to avoid complications. Podologists often work with other health professionals, such as orthopedists, dermatologists, endocrinologists or rheumatologists, to provide comprehensive care to patients. Team cooperation is very important.

Podology tools

Podiatric tools and devices are essential elements of the equipment of podiatry offices that enable professional performance of foot and nail treatments. In the offer of our store you will find all podological devices, helpers, milling machines, armchairs, stools, footrests, lamps and many other things needed to comprehensively equip a podological office.

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