Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic (FASMA), one of the largest Podiatric group practices in the nation, with 38 locations throughout Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, has established the FASMA Amputation Prevention Center (APC). Under the direction of Adam L. Isaac, DPM, the FASMA APC is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of lower extremity complications of diabetes, including ulceration, infection and amputation, as well as other limb-threatening conditions. The FASMA APC specializes in the management of high-risk patients with structural foot deformities, neuro-vascular compromise, and systemic diseases affecting the lower extremity, in particular diabetes and… Continue Reading
In July, Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic (FASMA), welcomed Alex Olivera, DPM, and Urja Shah, DPM. Dr. Olivera graduated from the Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine and completed a residency program at Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton, PA, Dr. Shah graduated from the Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine and completed a residency program at St. Luke’s University Health Network. Drs. Alex Olivera and Urja Shah Dr. Olivera is seeing patients in Columbia, MD and Kensington, MD. Dr. Shah is now seeing patients in Annapolis, MD and Greenbelt, MD. FASMA now operates with 63 providers in 38 locations… Continue Reading
Dr. Howard Roesen (right) is a graduate of Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine and completed his residency at 3 locations: Kern Hospital for Special Surgery, Diabetic Foot Center of Michigan, and British Podiatry Association. Dr. Jason Birkel (left) is a graduate of Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and completed his Podiatric and Surgery Residency at UPMC Pinnacle in Harrisburg, PA. Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic (FASMA) has announced its newest division in Virginia, with the joining of Affiliated Podiatrists, P.C. on June 1, 2019. With the three new offices in Newport News, Hampton, and Carrollton, FASMA… Continue Reading
Dr. Howard Osterman from our Silver Spring, MD (Fenton) and Washington, DC (1775 K Street) offices shares why he volunteers for the Project Homeless Connect with the United Way. As part of the kindness initiative, Dr. Osterman and his offices have supplied free podiatry services for the United Way National Capitol Area’s project Homeless Connect for the past seven years. Dr. Osterman and his team love being able to give back to the community and see people getting the support they need.
Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic, LLC (“FASMA”) Silver Spring, MD podiatrist Priya Parthasarathy, DPM, was featured in the New York Times Article “Why Runners Shouldn’t Wear Flip-Flops“. Dr. Parthasarathy talks about runners wearing flip-flops, running, and plantar fasciitis. Check out the full article by clicking here!
Dr. Adam Spector from our Rockville and Wheaton offices was interviewed by Dr. David Doman, M.D. the Host of Housecall on April 16th, 2019. Check out the video to learn about plantar fasciitis, orthotics, running, diabetic foot care, ingrown toenails, fungal nails, and how to stay mobile.
Charlottesville, VA podiatrist, Dr. Samuel Schustek is this year’s co-chair of the Let Someone Fill Your Shoes campaign. Together, the Salvation Army of Charlottesville and the Charlottesville Podiatry Association have been collecting donated shoes to distribute to those in need for 28 years. During the month of January, gently used shoes will be collected for distribution at the Salvation Army on February 23rd. Approximately 30 years ago, the APMA started a National campaign for collecting shoes for the homeless. The Charlottesville Podiatry Association continued this effort through the years, now in their 29th year, collecting over 100,000 pairs of shoes…. Continue Reading
In the December 2018 issue 12 volume 31 of Podiatry Today, Dr. David Levine responds to questions regarding Post-Op Orthoses in an expert four panelist Q&A. Dr. Levine discuses for which conditions he recommends post-op orthoses and the type of benefits patients should expect to see. He indicates that when a patient has a procedure that changes their biomechanical function, orthotic devices should be a postoperative option, as orthotics are a great way to improve function and enhance comfort. Modifications and each orthotic device is specific to the type of surgery and underlying symptom. It is important to be properly… Continue Reading
Dr. David Freedman, a founding member and Vice President of Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic, is featured on MoCo365. This initiative highlights businesses from all sectors of Montgomery County, Maryland with the purpose of showing the diversity of the area through the stories of successful leaders, entrepreneurs, and inventors. While FASMA began in MoCo, it has expanded throughout the Mid-Atlantic with 35 offices reaching from Pennsylvania to North Carolina. Learn more about our history and what makes us unique by watching this video.
Congratulations to 9 of our doctors, who were declared the “Best of Washington” in the June 2018 issue of Washingtonian Magazine! Each year, the magazine sends out a survey to doctors in the Maryland, Virginia, and DC region to vote for their peers, which results in their Top Docs list. The doctors featured in the June “Best of Washington” issue were compiled from their annual Top Docs list and emphasized which doctors to turn to if you’re facing a sports-related injury. The following doctors have been named to the list of the DC area’s Top Docs for Sports Medicine Care:… Continue Reading