(Board Certified in Podiatric Surgery)
Education & Training
California College of Podiatric Medicine, 1985, Pacific Coast Hospital/CCPM, San Francisco, PSR24 / Masters of Science
Pacific Coast Hospital, CA
Pacific Coast Hospital, CA, College of Podiatric Medicine
Board Certified in Podiatric Surgery, 1989, re-certified 1998; Board Certified in Podiatric Orthopaedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine, 1992; M.S. in Podiatric Surgical Education.
Podiatry (Podiatric Medicine)
Achilles tendonitis, Ankle reconstructive surgery, Biomechanics, Bunions, Diabetic foot problems, Diabetic limb salvage, Diabetic wound care, Endoscopic plantar fascia surgery, Foot surgery, Heel pain, Sports medicine
A full range of corrective foot & ankle surgery, including bunions, hammer toes, foot and ankle fractures, and various sports injuries. Treatment options for Achilles tendon problems, fungal problems, heel pain, heel spurs, ingrown nails, neuroma, plantar fasciitis and warts. Orthotics: casting and fitting of custom orthoses for various foot/ankle and lower extremity ailments. Total foot and ankle care for seniors, children of all ages, diabetic patients and expecting mothers.
President, California Board of Podiatric Medicine, 2004; Fellow, American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons; Active member of the San Francisco/San Mateo Podiatric Medical Society; Member, Council on Podiatric Medical Education, Joint Residency Review
Before joining PAMF full-time in 1998, Dr. Naylor practiced privately in San Francisco for 10 years. He enjoys good food, wine, traveling and spending time with his wife and two children.
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