An expertise and knowledge to prevent and treat problems of the foot and ankle and leads to professional registration as a podiatrist. Learn assessment and management skills used in podiatric practice and how to treat patients with complex medical conditions. Know how to work in different areas of podiatry such as paediatrics, surgery and sport injuries.
Podiatric doctors work in a variety of settings, including public and private practice, community health centres, hospitals and academia. They work with people of all ages in a wide range of clinical settings, such as paediatrics, surgery and sports.
Since podiatric medicine is a new arena in India, there is plenty of room for fresh graduate students and newly licensed podiatrists.
With the continuous demand for services from these health professionals, job opportunities are ample in the market. As a beginner, one can earn around Rs. 12,000 per month while working at a hospital.