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Kaiser Permanente medical center practitioner
My gender: Female
Yes, I’m accepting new patients. Referral may be required.
I chose to become a podiatrist because I always had foot problems. From the time I was young and had to wear special shoes to help me walk, through my teenage years battling ingrown toe nails and plantar warts, I have always seen a foot doctor. I loved the broad range of pathology the podiatric field had to offer and knew at an early age this was the specialty I wanted to practice.
I obtained my undergraduate degree from University of Pittsburgh with a major in psychology, a certificate in religious studies and a minor in chemistry. I received my doctorate degree from New York College of Podiatric Medicine and completed a three-year surgical residency at Wyckoff Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
I am a member of the Kaiser Permanente Podiatry Department. As a person who has had foot issues throughout my life, I look forward to helping our members with their podiatric problems.
I moved to Alpharetta with my husband and two daughters in 2016. I enjoy going for long runs and traveling with my family.