Board Certified Podiatrists
Our practice philosophy is to emphasize conservative treatment whenever possible. In prescribing treatment, medication, or surgery, Medfoot makes every effort to offer the patient alternatives and necessary information so that a proper choice of treatment can be mutually agreed upon.
Dr. Mednick was born and raised in San Jose, California. He graduated from Saratoga High School class of 1972. He then completed his B.S at UC Davis in 1976 and his M.S. in 1978. After working as a research biochemist for three years, Dr. Mednick entered the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco and graduated in 1985. He then completed a residency program in podiatric surgery at Mission Oaks Hospital (now part of the Good Samaritan Hospital) in Los Gatos, California.
Dr. Mednick has been in private practice in at Medfoot – The Foot Specialist, California since 1987. Dr. Mednick-Foot Doctor is a former president of the Central Coast Podiatric Medical Association and is one of the best podiatrists in Bay area. He is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He is a qualified medical examiner for the State of California. Dr. Mednick also serves as an expert reviewer for the California State Board of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Mednick performs the majority of his surgeries at the Silicon Valley while he is also on active staff at the Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose. He is a and certified in fore foot, rear foot and ankle surgery by the Board of Podiatric Surgery. He is also certified in Extra corporeal Shock Wave Therapy. Dr. Mednick has three grown children. He is actively interested in American and World history with a particular interest in the Civil War. He has studied martial arts including Kenpo JuiJitsu and Shin Kendo. He has a black belt in Karate. Dr. Mednick enjoys Argentine Tango.
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