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As we continue to lead more active lifestyles and become more educated on our foot health needs, the demand for qualified podiatrist is on the rise. Podiatry can be a very exciting and rewarding career for those individuals who are willing to work hard.
Dr. Jarrod Shapiro, a practicing podiatrist at the patient clinic at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Podiatric Medicine in Pomona, California, is also a staff physician at both Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (Pomona, California) and Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (Colton, California).
A podiatrist is a licensed doctor who treats injuries and ailments of the foot, ankle and lower leg. A podiatrist must complete three to four years of undergraduate college, a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree and a residency program.
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