Terry L. Spilken, DPM, graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1979. He is the former Dean of Student Services and was also the Dean of Graduate Medical Education at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He currently holds the rank of Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Sciences. Dr. Spilken is the author of two books, “The Dancer’s Foot Book” and “Paddings and Strappings of the Foot”. He is also the editor of “Podiatry Board Certification Review Notes” and “Podiatry Practice Examination and Study Guide”. His most recent edited book is entitled “Podiatric Pearls II- Helpful Hints for the Podiatrist” which follows the publication of the first edition.
Dr. Spilken was the podiatric consultant for more than 15 professional dance companies and the podiatrist for the NY Islander hockey team. He has appeared on many radio and television shows discussing podiatry and has been quoted in numerous magazines and journals. He has lectured internationally on such topics as cryosurgery, sports medicine and dance medicine. He has a private podiatry practice in Livingston and Edison, New Jersey. He has hospital privileges at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey. He previously had privileges at the Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in the Bronx, New York, where he was Chairman of the Department of Podiatry as well as an attending to the hospital’s Department of Surgery/Podiatry.
Harold Glickman, DPM, 06-19-2012
Harold Glickman, DPM Past President of APMA
is a a native Washingtonian, has been practicing Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Downtown DC for over 25 years. A graduate of Emory University and the Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Glickman is Chief of Podiatric Surgery at Sibley Memorial Hospital and an Associate Professor of Surgery at the George Washington University Hospital. Dr. Glickman has served two terms as President of the District of Columbia Podiatric Medical Association and served as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the American Podiatric Medical Asssociation for 10 years, culminating with his election as President in 2005 and retiring from that Board in 2007. Dr. Glickman specializes in the treatment of Sports Medicine, correction of hammertoes and bunion deformities and treating the Diabetic Foot.
Drs. Rogers & Wenstrup, 06-12-2012
Two DPM's running to be a US Congressmen. Please let's all get behind them and have a say in the future of the healthcare system from the inside.
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Kathleen Satterfield, DPM, 06-05-2012
Category: Leadership,Research,BioMechanics,Wound Care
Dr. Satterfield, currently the President of the American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine (ACFAOM) is originally from Texas and graduated from the University of Texas with a BA in Mass Communications. She was an award-winning journalist for years before going to medical school to become a podiatric physician, studying at the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines. Her two-year surgical residency program was done at Yale University School of Medicine Clinical Campus / West Haven Veterans Administration Medical Center in Connecticut, where she was Chief Resident.
After briefly practicing in Vermont, Dr. Satterfield was recruited to return to her alma mater, CPMS, to join the faculty and rose quickly through the ranks to the position of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. She left there to return home to Texas and join the faculty of the Orthopaedic Department/Podiatry Service at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and stayed until she took a brief hiatus from practice before moving to California to teach at WesternU.
While in San Antonio, Dr. Satterfield became widely known for diabetic wound care and residency education. In California she concentrates on classroom education, academic research, writing and her service as Director of Pre-Clinical Curriculum and Co-Director of Interprofessional Education.