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Brittany A. Portonova, DPM

Podiatry

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Specialties
Podiatry
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Languages spoken
English

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About Brittany A. Portonova

Philosophy of care

I like to make sure patients are well educated on their condition and why treatments will help problems.

Why I entered medicine

I became interested in podiatry through my experiences of having to see a podiatrist as a child.

Community involvement

I stay very involved with my church.

Personal interests

I like to run and exercise as well as spend time with my family.

Education

Undergraduate
King's College, BS - Biology, 2008

Medical Training
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, DPM - Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, 2012

Training

Residency 2015
Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Hahnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Certifications

American Board of Podiatric Medicine - Podiatric Medicine

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