We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Adam Siegel to our staff at Evanston Podiatric Surgeons and Mag Mile Foot and Ankle Institute!
One of the things that Dr. Siegel felt was an important part of his experience at Scholl was the diversity of his training. He was able to experience a total knowledge of the foot from the forefoot through the ankle. Each part of the foot is important and the total knowledge is like understanding all parts of a symphony. Dr. Siegel feels that School has a great curriculum and extensive clinical training.
One of the other experiences he enjoyed at Scholl School was the opportunity to participate in with various podiatric associations. When in school, he was elected to be the National President of the American Podiatric Medical Student Association. He found it to be a great experience and looks forward to attending conferences and being active in podiatric organizations.
After completing his course work at Scholl, he returned to Florida for his residency. At the Westside Regional Medical Center in Plantation, Florida. He was the Co-Chief Resident of the program for 2014-2015. The residency was a thirty-six month program with a focus on elective forefoot, rearfoot, and ankle surgery. The program also had a strong emphasis on foot and ankle trauma, diabetic limb salvage and foot and ankle reconstructive surgery.
I always have to ask the doctors “Why Podiatry?” One of the reasons the Dr. Siegel loves podiatry is that he is a results oriented person and he enjoys helping people. In his opinion, podiatry can help people and that the results are usually quick. He likes it when people leave the office already feeling better. He is happy to be able to join our staff because there is such an emphasis on patient care. He is also interested in continuing to see a diversity of foot and ankle issues. He knows he will be able to help people with all different issues through this office.
We are thrilled to have Dr. Siegel with us and we look forward to a long relationship.
He assures us that he has a warm coat, hat and gloves.