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Our Story

I am a native New Yorker and moved to Miami as a child. I graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and earned my Bachelor of Science degree from New College Sarasota, Florida. Before becoming a podiatrist, I earned a Masters degree in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages from Florida International University.


I graduated from The William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago and completed residencies at Edgewater Medical Center, Chicago as well as the Veterans Affairs Hospital, North Chicago. I practiced podiatry in South Florida for three years before founding Scholl Foot Care in the Villages in 1995.


I am Board Certified in Foot Surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and am a Certified Wound Specialist.

What drives me as a podiatrist is to keep my patients moving. I’m a firm believer in “ a body in motion tends to stay in motion”. Being sedentary due to foot pain or wounds is unhealthy for your body in general. My job is to keep you mobile and active.


Diabetic Foot Care is one of my major interests. I treat many diabetic foot problems and participate in the Medicare Diabetic Shoe program and dispense custom made orthotics and braces that help with balance and prevent falling. Some other services I provide are treatments for fungal nails, ingrown nails, hammertoes, bunions, flat feet, heel and ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, corns and calluses, fractures, neuropathy, sports injuries, and leg and foot ulcers. I believe in conservative treatment of foot and ankle problems. Surgical treatment is a last resort.

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In my free time, I spend time with my wife and amazing three daughters, hiking and enjoying the beautiful fall colors of the mountains. I am an avid fan of the New York Giants and Yankees and am an honorary member of the Red Sox Nation.

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