Dr. Danielle Venegonia Presents at Suburban Hospital for Senior Program

Published Saturday September 19, 2015

Dr. Danielle Venegonia

Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic, LLC podiatrist Danielle Venegonia, DPM (Rockville/North Bethesda Division), recently presented to the community at the Holiday Park Senior Center in Silver Spring, MD on July 21. The presentation was part of Suburban Hospital’s Senior Programs.  Dr. Venegonia’s lecture was titled “Your Arch Enemy” and discussed common foot problems and how they can affect mobility and comfort.

Dr. Danielle Venegonia is a graduate of Des Moines University, College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, in Des Moines, IA. She completed three years of podiatric medicine and surgical residency training at the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Her residency training included the treatment and care of acute foot and ankle trauma, diabetic limb salvage, and wound care.  Dr. Venegonia served as Chief Resident at the Miami Veterans Affairs Hospital, where she worked under Dr. Michael Cohen, specializing in sports medicine and conservative and surgical management of lower-extremity, sports-related injuries.  Dr. Venegonia has extensive training in wound care and diabetic lower-extremity-related complications under Dr. Gary Rothenberg.  She received training in plastic surgery techniques for limb-salvage during her rotation in advanced surgery.  Patient care is her passion and priority.

Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic (FASMA) is a diverse group of foot and ankle specialists, dedicated to providing advanced and comprehensive foot and ankle care to all patients in a warm and caring environment.  FASMA doctors provide a full scope of surgical and non-surgical treatment options, emphasizing open communication and education.  It is FASMA’s aim to relieve every one of our patients of pain, and allow a return to a high level of function as quickly as possible.  FASMA works with our patients’ other doctors to ensure good health and continuity of care for each patient.