Dr. John DiMaggio has successfully created a unique specialty within our profession, Forensic Podiatry, Dr. DiMaggio started his Podiatry practice in Tempe, Arizona in 1974, ten years later he followed his passion and entered the police academy and served as a reserve patrol officer for 15 years getting involved in CSI type of work. In May of 2005 he relocated to Oregon to continue his work.
He is a Member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the International Association for Identification. He has been invited to the FBI Academy for a roundtable discussion on footwear evidence. He has written many articles and recently co-authored the first text of its type titled, "Forensic Podiatry-Principles and Methods."
He founded the American Society of Forensic Podiatry in 2003.
Lee Sanders, DPM, 06-21-2011
Category: Leadership,Research,Wound Care
Dr. Lee J. Sanders received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the Temple
University School of Podiatric Medicine in 1974. Upon completion of residency training, at Saint Luke's and Children's Medical Center, Philadelphia, he served in the U.S. Air Force (1975-1977), stationed at Clark Air Force Base, Philippines. Dr. Sanders was chief of the Podiatry Service at the VA Medical Center, Lebanon, PA (1978-2008). He is past President for Health Care and Education, the American Diabetes Association (2000-2001), and past Chair of the Association's Council on Foot Care. He is the recipient of ADA's Rachmiel Levine Award for Service in the Cause of Diabetes (2001), and the Veterans Health Administration's Mark Wolcott Award for Excellence in Clinical Care Delivery (2002). He is Clinical Professor (adjunct), Department of Podiatric Medicine and Orthopedics, Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Sanders and his co-authors Dr. Michael E. Edmonds and Alethea VM Foster received the British Medical Association's 2004 Medical Book of the Year Award for their textbook, A Practical Manual of Diabetic Foot Care, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Oxford, UK. In October 2007, the University Of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Medical School, endowed a professorship in his name, the Lee J. Sanders Professorship in Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention. Dr. Sanders is a medical historian. He is the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications dealing with diabetic foot complications, Charcot's joint disease, amputation surgery and amputation prevention
John Mozena, DPM, 06-14-2011
Born in Salem,OR
Educated at Univ. Of Oregon
Podiatry degres from CCPM, Class if '83
Associate Clinical professor of Western Health University
Fellow of American College of Foot and ankle surgeons
Fellow of American Society of Podiatric Surgery
Board Certified with American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Past Residency Director of the Portland Podiatric Surgery program
4 X Ironman finisher and completed over 20 Marathons.
Published over 30 articles
Richard Bouche, DPM, 06-07-2011
Dr. Richard Bouche’ one of Podiatry’s masters in the world of Sports Medicine will be my guest next week. Dr. Bouche’ is a graduate of the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, IL . He completed a two year residency in foot and ankle surgery at the Northwest Podiatric Surgical Residency Program in Seattle, WA. After one year in private practice, he joined the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle and practiced there for 20 years in the Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Departments. He presently works at The Sports Medicine Clinic in North Seattle where he has now been for the past 7 years. Dr. Bouché serves as Special Editor (Sports Medicine) for the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery. He is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He is also a Past President of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine.