Shifflett began his spine training during his residency at the prestigious Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, which has been consistently ranked the #1 orthopedic hospital in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report. He has published extensively on minimally invasive and reconstructive spine surgery and his research has been presented throughout the United States and internationally in six different countries. Utilizing his unique training experience, Dr. Shifflett employs minimally invasive and microsurgical techniques to treat the entire spectrum of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal conditions from the simple to the most complex. Whether treating a patient with chronic pain or an acute injury, his ultimate goal is to restore function and quality of life with minimal tissue disruption. As an avid golfer and sports enthusiast, Dr. Shifflett especially enjoys working with athletes and has a keen interest in return to sport. As a board-eligible orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon, Dr.
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There’s no difference between a podiatrist and chiropodist, but podiatrist is a more modern name. Michener is the only English-speaking Chiropody program in Canada, and has a working Chiropody Clinic on campus for students to treat patients under the supervision of licensed Chiropodists who are also Michener Faculty. Graduates are eligible to write the College’s provincial registration exams. New patients and patients with private health insurance are all very welcome. Chiropodists work with many health care professionals. Kay! They work with people of all ages but play a particularly important role in helping older people to stay mobile and, therefore, independent. http://milwaukeehybridgroup.com/feetmedicalsurgeon/2016/08/30/professional-ideas-on-astute-programs-of-ankle/If your condition is not affecting your health or mobility – such as a verruca that looks ugly, but doesn’t hurt when you walk – you are unlikely to be eligible for NHS podiatry.