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TODD PEABODY, DPM

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My professional goal is to provide the highest quality foot & ankle care, exhausting all conservative options, prior to recommending reconstructive options. It is my personal goal to minimize patient wait time as much as possible.

Joe Gonzalez

DPM, FACFAS, FASPS

 

Memberships:

Board Certified in Foot Surgery, American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery

Professional Associate Member, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

 

Affiliations:

Staff, McLaren Greater Lansing Medical Center, Lansing, MI

Staff, Sparrow Health System, Lansing, MI

Staff, Sparrow Clinton Hospital, St. Johns, MI

Staff, Injury Clinic at Playmakers, Okemos, MI

Former Staff, Sparrow Wound & Hyperbaric Clinic, Lansing, MI

Former Staff, Ingham Regional Wound Care Center, Lansing, MI

 

Education:

Undergraduate: Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan

Medical School: Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine,Chicago, Illinois - DPM

Residency Training: Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois

 

Previous Practice Experience:

Stines Podiatry Center - Lansing, Michigan

Chicago Foot Health Centers - Chicago, Illinois - Residency Training

Midtown Foot & Ankle Center - Chicago, Illinois - Residency Training

 

Publications:

"Malignant Melanoma Arising in the Setting of Epidermolysis Bullosa Simplex: An Important Distinction From Epidermolysis Bullosa Nevus"

          JAMA Dermatology, 2013 Sept  Read it >>

 

"Regenerative Medicine: Urinary Bladder Matrix* assistance with High Risk Diabetic Limb Salvage"

     Poster Presented at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society, Dallas, TX, April, 2009

           Read it >>

 

"The Next Generation: The Use of Basement Membrane and Extracellular Matrix containing Urinary Bladder Matrix* in the treatment of Chronic Venous Ulcerations"

          Poster Presented at the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and Wound Healing Society, Dallas, TX, April, 2009

              read it >>

 

"The Modified Hohmann Osteotomy: an alternative joint salvage procedure for hallux rigidus"

     Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 2004 Nov-Dec; 43(6):380-388  Read it >>

 

"Triple Arthrodesis Stabilization: a quantitative analysis of screws versus staple fixation in fresh cadaveric matched-pair specimens"

          Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 1998 Nov-Dec; 37(6):472-480  Read it >>

 

"Time Analysis for Screw Application: traditional lag technique versus self-tapping lag technique"

     Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 1997 Nov-Dec; 36(6):422-424  Read it >>

 

"Intraosseous Lipoma of the Calcaneus: a clinicopathologic study of three cases"

     Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 1997 Jul-Aug; 36(4):306-310  Read it >>

 

"Time Analysis for Screw Application: traditional lag technique versus self-tapping lag technique"

     Loyola University Chicago Orthopaedic Journal, 1997; VI:25-27

 

"Intraosseous Lipoma of the Calcaneus"

     Loyola University Chicago Orthopaedic Journal, 1997; VI:28-31

 

Awards:

Gold Award - Midwest Podiatry Conference

National Post-Graduate Research Symposium - Lecture

     "Modified Hohmann Osteotomy for treatment of Hallux Rigidus" - 2001

 

The Doctors Harold, Joel & Marc Feder Podiatric Orthopaedic Award

     "Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction resulting in Adult Acquired Flatfoot" - 1996

 

Professional Activities:

Although I was trained in all aspects of reconstructive foot & ankle surgery at a Level-I trauma center in downtown Chicago and am Board Certified in Foot Surgery, I still enjoy the basics of podiatry, both conservative and surgical, including bunion & hammertoe surgery and diabetic foot care. I also enjoy the challenges of treating foot problems in runners.

 

Aside from the practice of podiatry, I am privileged to be able to give back to the medical community through education. I frequently have medical residents rotating through my office, and I occasionally have the opportunity to lecture at various medical conferences and at the Medical Schools at Michigan State University.

 

About Myself:

I was raised in Livonia, Michigan and spent seven years in Chicago prior to moving to the Lansing Area. I have completed three full marathons and various half marathons and relays. My free time is spent playing and traveling with my wife (Diane) and our four wonderful children (Alec, Jack, Sam & Lily).

 

 

Thoroughly trained in all aspects of podiatric medicine, I enjoy all facets of podiatry including both conservative and surgical treatment, with a special emphasis on biomechanics and sports medicine.

Todd Peabody

DPM, AACFAS, AASPS

 

Memberships:

Board Qualified in Foot Surgery, American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery

 

Affiliations:

Staff, McLaren Greater Lansing Medical Center, Lansing, MI

Staff, Sparrow Health System, Lansing, MI

Staff, Sparrow Clinton Hospital, St. Johns, MI

Staff, Injury Clinic at Playmakers, Okemos, MI

 

Education:

Undergraduate: Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan - BS in Applied Engineering Science

Varsity Track & Cross Country Runner at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Medical School: Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine,Chicago, Illinois - DPM

Residency Training: Beaumont Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI

 

Previous Practice Experience:

Beaumont Botsford Hospital - Residency Training

 

Noteworthy:

- I have 4 years experience working for Runner's World Magazine coordinating a wear-test program, carrying out all the mechanical lab testing on the shoes, and co-authoring the actual shoe reviews in the magazine.

 

- I was one of the original teachers and helped create the Good Form Running program at Playmakers that would go on to become a national lecture series sponsored by New Balance.

 

- My big project for my last year of residency was a 4 part lecture series I did for the Michigan Podiatric Residency Consortium comparing/contrasting different Biomechanical Theories

     -lecture 1 is on normal structue/function and normal gait cycle

     -lecture 2 Root Theory

     -lecture 3 Tissue Stress Theory

     -lecture 4 Sagittal Plane Facilitation Theory and MASS theory

 

Professional Activities:

Although I was thoroughly trained in all aspects of podiatric medicine, I enjoy all facets of podiatry including both conservative and surgical treatment, with a special emphasis on biomechanics and sports medicine.

 

Prior to beginning my podiatric career, I spent many years working in a biomechanics and gait research laboratory gaining experience in the complex nuance of foot & ankle mechanics, specifically including work in athletic footwear design/development, orthotic testing, and gait analysis, as well as writing and product testing for Runner’s World magazine.

 

About Myself:

A native of Mid-Michigan, I was raised in Perry, MI.  I am an avid runner, having ran cross-country and track & field while at MSU and still enjoys competing in a variety of events ranging from 5k to the ultra-marathon distances

 

 

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