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Kaiser Permanente medical center practitioner
My gender: Female
Yes, I’m accepting new patients. Referral may be required.
I am an Atlanta native, born and raised. I have been surrounded by podiatric medicine my whole life. Before following in my father's footsteps as a podiatrist, I wanted to explore the West and I attended college in Colorado. I then made my way back to the South to be closer to my family and friends. I feel extremely privileged to be practicing in my home state with Kaiser Permanente and working out of the very same hospital in which I was born.
My specialty training spectrum includes a variety of conditions ranging from neonatal and neglected clubfoot, congenital deformities, neurological conditions affecting the lower extremity, diabetic Charcot management, wound care and various acquired conditions such as flatfoot, tarsal coalition, cavus foot, arthritis and juvenile bunions. My fellowship training prepared me for my passion to treat foot and ankle trauma patients. My interest in podiatric medicine and surgery goes beyond the clinical and surgical setting. Education is a huge part of my growth as a podiatrist each year. I thrive to improve patient outcomes by providing the most recent clinically proven and tested results whether it be non-operatively or operatively.
Being part of an annual medical mission team, which travels to El Salvador, has provided me with a foundation of gratitude. I cherish quality time with my family and friends. I enjoy running and organized race events to keep me on my toes. So far being an aunt has been one of the best gifts life could give.