Podiatry deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs. Podiatrists are able to diagnose and treat various conditions affecting the lower limb, including skin and nail disorders, corns, calluses, arthritis, fractures, sports injuries, muscular aches and pains such as tendonitis and ingrown toenails including nail surgery.
Most clinical psychologists develop expertise in specific areas, or practice in sub-specialisations of clinical psychology. They provide a wide range of psychological services to individuals across the lifespan and for mental health conditions that range from mild to severe and complex.
In addition to professional practice, clinical psychologists may be involved in research, teaching and supervision, program development and evaluation, public policy and other activities that promote psychological health in individuals, families, groups, and organisations.