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Dr. Brent Tabor has been in practice in Maryland since 1994. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from University of Maryland in 1988. He immediately began his medical training at the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine (PCPM) in Philadelphia. He graduated from PCPM with the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 1992.
Dr. Jason Weber has been practicing in the DC Metro area since 2002. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh. He then began his medical training and received his degree from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland. After graduating, Dr. Weber completed three years of residency training in podiatric medicine and surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Dr. Lani Nagorski is excited to be a part of the Lakeforest Foot and Ankle team. She is a Maryland transplant by way of Houston, Texas. She graduated in 2008 from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi, Texas majoring in Biomedical Science with a minor in Chemistry. She then received a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2012.
Dr. Michetti was educated in New York receiving his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 1968. He served in the US Air Force as the chief of the Podiatry section at Andrews Air Force base from 1968-70. In 1970 he established his podiatry practice with current locations in Gaithersburg and Suitland, Maryland.
A Podiatrist, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), is the only health care professional whose total training focuses on the foot, ankle and related body systems. After obtaining an undergraduate degree, the podiatric doctor spends four years in a college of podiatric medicine to obtain a doctorate degree. Many podiatrists further their education by participating in a post-graduate residency program at an approved hospital or university. Following their doctorate degree, each podiatrist must pass national and state examinations in order to be licensed by the state in which he or she will practice.
The podiatric physician cares for people of all ages. Common disorders of feet include bunions, heel pain/spurs, hammertoes, neuromas, ingrown toenails, warts, corns, calluses, sprains, fractures, infections, and injuries. If your podiatric surgeon is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, he or she has successfully completed a credentialing and examination process and has demonstrated knowledge of podiatric surgery. This includes the diagnosis of general medical problems and surgical management of foot diseases, deformities, and trauma of the foot, ankle and related structures.