Podiatry is an exciting and varied career. It offers you the chance to make a difference, a high degree of flexibility and excellent employment prospects. You’ll work with patients every day to help improve their care and their lives.
You will work with people’s feet and legs. You’ll diagnose and treat abnormalities and offer professional advice on care of feet and legs to prevent foot problems. In the NHS, you’ll see many patients at high risk of amputation, such as those suffering from arthritis or diabetes.
How to become a podiatrist
To become a podiatrist you’ll need to train and study at a degree level. Entry requirements vary depending on where you’d like to study.