Ever since I was a youngster (according to my parents), I demonstrated a genuine sensitivity and caring for people. Beginning in my teenage years, I wanted to be a doctor. I graduated from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1985, and did a two year residency plus a six month fellowship. My post-graduate training included Harvard University Teaching Hospitals. I am Board Certified in Foot Surgery by The American Board of Podiatric Surgery. I have a particular fondness and respect for senior citizens. In addition to seeing patients in the office, I service several adult day care centers (one of whom is an Alzheimer's Center) and nursing homes.
My interests include music (play piano), exercise (gym, walking, etc.) and spending time with my family.