Shadowing a DPM

Applicants are expected to have shadowing experience with a podiatrist at the point of application, or at the very latest, at the point of interview.

Shadowing a DPM is critical in learning more about the day to day life of a foot and ankle physician and ensuring that you are pursuing the right medical specialty.

While KSUCPM does not have a minimum shadowing requirement for applicants, we do expect that you shadow one or more DPM’s to establish a fair understanding of the scope of podiatric medicine. 

To find a DPM to shadow, please visit Step Into Podiatry and find a DPM Mentor near you!