Marc Alan Brenner, DPM, FASPD | Podiatric Physician
With thirty years experience as a practicing podiatric physician, and special expertise in Diabetic Foot Management, Dr. Brenner has played a key role in the podiatric community. He is a renowned national and international lecturer as well as a consultant to major institutions in the areas of podiatric dermatology and diabetic foot management. Dr. Brenner is the Editor of the textbook Management of the Diabetic Foot, Williams & Wilkins Publisher. He is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Author and editor of numerous publications, Dr. Brenner has over 250 lectures, videos and nationwide radio/television tours to his credit. He is Board Certified in podiatric medicine and is presently on the medical staff of North Shore Hospital and Long Island Jewish Hospital, both in Long Island, New York.
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics & Primary Podiatric Medicine
Fellow and Past President of the American Society of Podiatric Dermatology
American Podiatry Association
New York State Podiatric Association
Authorship Texts and Monographs
Management of the Diabetic Foot
Infections and Other Disorders of the Lower Extremities
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