Paul N. Gotkin, DPM, FACFAS, FABLS
A Toronto native, graduated from the University of Toronto, St. George Campus, (18th world university ranking 2020, by times higher education of 1,396 institutions) with a Bachelor of Science (honors). In 1977, with the highest overall average in Psychology electives, he was subsequently invited to perform experimental research at the University of Pennsylvania with world renowned Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman (author of Learned Helplessness and Depression and over 400 research citations and publications).
David A. Gubernick, DPM, FACFAS
Dr. Gubernick, a native Floridian, spent the first 17 years of his life in Miami. After attending the University of Florida, he headed north to Philadelphia where he received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Temple University. He then completed his surgical residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital.
Scott S. Parratto, DPM, FACFAC, CWS
Scott Parratto was born and raised in the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey areas. He graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, PA and obtained his doctorate at Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. After 3 years of surgical residency training he moved to South Florida and has been practicing at Treasure Coast Podiatry since 1996.
Andrew Lonabaugh, DPM
Dr. Andrew Lonabaugh has been on the forefront of innovative surgical approaches ranging from minimally invasive techniques to complex total ankle replacement. He completed his undergraduate degree at Rowan University, and went on to complete his medical schooling, and graduated with honors from Temple University School of Podiatric medicine.
Scott J. Cohen, DPM, FACFAS.
Dr. Cohen is a native Floridian who is pleased to serve the members of his local community. He completed his undergraduate studies at UCF and continued on to obtain his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Cohen completed an intensive three year foot and ankle surgical residency program at Memorial Regional Hospital System, a level 1 trauma facility, where he served as chief resident during his final year.