Evidence-based podiatric medicine & surgery, wound care, limb salvage & preservation, sports medicine, diabetic foot care, pediatric foot care, lower extremity dermatology.
Year of Hire
Medical Education: Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Class of 2018 Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Residency: Montefiore Mount Vernon Hospital, Mount Vernon, NY. Class of 2021 Focus: Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency with a credential in Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery (PMSR/RRA).
Fellowship: University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Class of 2022 Focus: Research, Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
American Board of Wound Management
Board certified in clinical wound care
American Podiatric Medical Association American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons American College of Podiatric Medicine American Board of Wound Management
The Custom Total Contact Cast – A Method for Treating Wounds with Underlying Biomechanical Deformities, A Case Report– 2019 Desert Foot Annual Multidisciplinary Limb Salvage Conference Poster
Seasonal Variation in the Incidence of Nontraumatic Lower Extremity Amputation: A Retrospective Cohort Study–ACFAS 2022 Scientific Conference
The Reliability of Common Radiographic Measurements Used to Describe Rearfoot Deformities–ACFAS 2022 Scientific Conference
Lectures: The Reliability of Common Radiographic Measurements Used to Describe Forefoot Deformities–ACFAS 2022 Scientific Conference, Abstract Presentation. February/2022
Seasonal Variation in the Incidence of Nontraumatic Lower Extremity Amputation: A Retrospective Cohort Study–The National, APMA 2022 Scientific Meeting. July/2022
The Reliability of Common Radiographic Measurements Used to Describe Foot Deformities–Goldfarb’s 50th Annual Clinical Conference. November/2022
WHAT IS THE MOST INSPIRING PART OF YOUR JOB?
The lower extremity is vital for patients who aim to remain active, healthy, mobile, and independent, and any medical problem in the foot/ankle has the potential to greatly affect a patient’s quality of life. The most inspiring part of my work is helping to improve my patients’ quality of life by utilizing up-to-date medical and surgical solutions.
WHAT IS YOUR APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE?
My philosophy is that providers and patients must work together as a TEAM for a favorable outcome of any medical condition. A provider should attentively listen to patients’ concerns and effectively communicate the advised treatment plan that aligns with the patients’ lifestyles and available resources. I believe that great communication and teamwork are critical in any provider-patient relationship!
WHAT DO YOU ENJOY DOING WHEN YOU’RE NOT WORKING?
Hiking, playing basketball, watching sports (NBA/NFL), spending time with family, traveling, and volunteering.
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