How to Go to Podiatry School, Become a Podiatrist

"SOMEONE WHO IS interested in becoming a health care provider may want to consider becoming a podiatrist, a type of clinician who specializes in treating health conditions such as fungal infections and circulatory problems that affect feet, ankles and lower legs.

Podiatrists typically earn six-figure salaries, according to compensation statistics from the American Podiatric Medical Association. Those pay figures reveal that, in 2017, 57% of podiatrists had salaries between $100,000 and $250,000, and a quarter of podiatrists had salaries of $250,000 or higher.

Podiatrists say it’s possible to pursue this career path without working exceptionally long hours, making this one type of health care job that facilitates work-life balance." …