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Board Certified of Podiatric Orthopedics, Board Certified of Primary Podiatric Medicine, Board Certified Podiatric Medical Specialties, Podiatrist, Podiatry, Podiatric, Podiatric Medicine, Diabetic Foot Care Treatment, Foot Trauma, Podiatry Medicine Program Professor, Podopediatrics, Forefoot Injuries, Ligamentous Injuries of the Ankle, Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, Diabetic Foot, Diabetic Foot Complications, Foot Wound Healing, Foot Wound Care, Infections, Foot Bacterial Infections, Foot Fungal Infections, Foot Skin Conditions,


Expert 3301 is an assistant professor in the Podiatry Program at a University. Expert 3301 is in private practice and a clinician at a Hospital Woundcare Center.


Diplomate American Podiatric Medical Specialties
Part I Board in Podiatric Medicine – July 1993
Part II Board in Podiatric Medicine – March 1995


State of Arizona Licensed Podiatrist
State of Arizona Community College Teaching Certificate, Biological Sciences


Doctor of Podiatric Medicine – May 1995 – GPA: 3.50
Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine – Cleveland, Ohio
Honors Award, Surgical II Rotation – 1994
Honors Award, Surgical I Rotation – 1993
Honors Award, Podiatric Medicine Rotation – 1993,
Dean’s List – 1991 – 1992
Liaison, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Master’s of Art in Biblical Studies
Liberty University Seminary (2008)

Master’s in Religious Education
Liberty University Seminary (2009)

Medical Technology Program – 1988 – 1991 – GPA: 3.50
California University of Pennsylvania

Research of the Year Award – 1991
Gutman Student Research Grant Award – 1990
Presidential Scholar Award – 1990
Dean’s List – 1988 – 1991

Associate of Applied Science in Pharmacy – 1988 – GPA: 3.69
Community College of Allegheny-South

Diploma – 1980
South Allegheny High School

Liberty Boro, Pennsylvania

High Honors Award



July 95 – July 96 Rotating Podiatric Residency McGuire Veteran Administration Medical Center

Expert 3301 diagnosed and treated in excess of 2000 patients in an outpatient podiatric clinic, treating everything from routine diabetic foot care to severe trauma. Expert 3301 rotating responsibilities included service in Pathology, Radiology, Rheumatology, Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine, Vascular Surgery, and Diabetic Clinic. Provided general medical care residents of associated V.A. nursing home. Expert 3301 completed one month in Surgery, as Assistant Surgeon, at the Portsmouth Naval Base, Portsmouth, Virginia. Supervised the P.A.C.T. Clinic and trained incoming physicians in clinic operations.

July 97 – Dec. 98
Foot and Ankle Physicians
Associate Podiatrist

Jan. 99 – July 99
At a Podiatry Center
Associate Podiatrist

Aug. 1999 – Sept. 2000
Family Foot and Ankle Care

Oct. 2000 – March 2010
A Private Podiatry Center

Foot and Ankle Center

Wound Care

Jan. 2003 – 2005
At a Heart Institute Wound Care Center – Clinician Care

June 2006 – Present
At a Wound Care Hospital


Sept.98 – Jan.99
Naturopathic College Adjunct Faculty Neurophysiology Embryology

Jan. 1999 – Sept. 2003
Adjunct Faculty Gateway
Community College Biological Sciences

Oct. 2000 – 2003
Adjunct Faculty Estrella Mountain Community College

Jan 2003 – Present
At a University – Associate Professor


Associate Professor
Podiatry Medicine Program
At a University

Course Director (At a University)
Medical Imaging

Co Course Director
Biomechanics I
Advanced Biomechanics

Past Course Director

Biomechanics Lectures

Biomechanics of the Knee
Newton’s Laws (2 hours)
Shock Absorption
Midtarsal Joint Function
Deformities of the Knee
Normal Gait
Abnormal Gait
Biomechanical Radiographic Interpretation
Biomechanics and heel pain
Biomechanics and Hallux Limitus

Radiology Lectures

Radiological history
Radiological processing
Radiological Interpretation
Radiological positioning (2 hours)
Radiological Physics and Safety (2 hours)
Ultrasound and Wound Mapping (20 minute lecture)
Muskuloskeletal Ultrasound
Ultrasound Myths

Podiatric Medicine Lectures
Medical terminology

Podopediatrics Lectures

Hip Displasia
In-toe gait
Pediatric gait

Sports Medicine

Forefoot injuries
Ligamentous Injuries of the Ankle


Podiatric Medicine as Profession (adviser audience)
Podiatric medicine as Profession (high school)
Anodyne Therapy (seminar)
Anodyne and Peripheral Neuropathy (Expo) (30-40 min)
Foot and Ankle pain (ATSU)
Common Foot and Ankle pathology (ATSU)
Wound Care (overall) 2 hours

Adjunct Professor
Maricopa Community College

Gateway Community College

Anatomy 201
Anatomy 202

Estrella Community College

Bio 160
Anatomy 201
Anatomy 202

Naturopathic School of Medicine
Tempe Arizona

Embryology – Course director and sole lecturer
Neuroanatomy – Course director and sole lecturer


Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine

Diplomate American Pod. Medical Specialties Board (Board Certified)

Diplomate: American Academy of Wound Management
Fellow: American Academy of Wound Professionals
Certified in Diabetic Wound Care: APMSB

Fellow: American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine

Fellow: College of Certified Wound Specialists
Member: American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management

Former Secretary of Arizona Podiatric Medical Association

Member: American Podiatric Medical Association

Member: American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine


Certified: Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (6)

Burwin Institute MSK ultrasound – 40 credits

Visiting Fellowship: Thomas Jefferson University
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Training (20 credits)


The Podiatry Institute (1997) – 25 credits
Virginia podiatric seminar (1998) 25 credits
Northwest Podiatry (1999) – 20 credits
AZPMA scientific seminar (1999) – 6 credits
AZPMA winter seminar (1999) – 6 credits
AZPMA annual seminar (2000 – 18 credits
AZPMA fall seminar (2000) – 6 credits
AZPMA “Onychomycosis” (2000) – 2 credits
AZPMA winter seminar (2000) – 4.5 credits
AZPMA spring seminar (2002) – 10 credits
Martin Snyder symposium (2002) – 7 credits
Northwest Podiatry (2002) – 25 credits
HMP communications (2002) – 12 credits
Western Podiatry Congress (2003) – 14 credits
AAWP scientific seminar (2004) – 25 credits
Advances in Skin & wound care (2004) – 17 credits
AZPOD grand rounds (2005) -2 credits
Martin Snyder Symposium (2005) – 7 credits
Utah Spring Meeting (UPMA) (2005) – 12 credits
Burwin Institute ultrasound training (2005) – 40 credits
AZPOD Grand Rounds (2005) – 1 credit
Thomas Jefferson U. Ultrasound Fellowship – 20 credits
AZPMA San Diego summer meeting (2005) – 7 credits
PFOLA Vancouver (2005) – 21 credits
APMA Las Vegas (2006) – 23 credits
Wound Complications MWU – 6 credits
Grand Rounds MWU (2007) – 1 credit
AAPSM (MWU) (2007) – 8 credits
Seminar on the Seas (2007) – 16.75
TPMA spring seminar (2008) – 16 credits
FAIV Las Vegas Seminar (2008) – 20 credits
Seminar on the Seas (2009) – 12.5 credits
Cactus Blossom Derm seminar (Jan 2010) – 8 credits
Clinical Medicine Update (Feb 2010) – 16.5 credits


Available Upon Request


Available Upon Request


Johnson and Johnson (1999)
Diabetic Expo (Novartis) (2002)
Diabetic walk (Midwestern University) (2004)
PF Chang Marathon (Novartis) (2005)
Knights of Columbus (2005)



Physician Assistant’s program (more than 20 workshops 2005 – Present)
Community Podiatric medicine (Podiatric Clinical Training)
Core rotation site Arizona Podiatric Medicine
Program – Midwestern University
Clinical Instructor – Banner Wound Care


Chair – Literature Review Committee ACFAOM
Education Committee – MWU
Academic Review – MWU
Interview Committee – MWU
AIUM practice forum Podiatric Liason (2008)
Secretary – ACFAOM Radiology Council


Wound Environment (Johnson & Johnson) (2003)
Woundvac Therapy (KCI) (2004)
Speaker training (Pfizer) (2004)
Health Fair Midwestern University (2005)
Chair – Literature Review Committee ACFAOM
Benediction (2008) MWU Graduation
Benediction (2009) MWU graduation


Available Upon Request