Podiatry Services at Warren General Hospital

PODIATRISTS ARE SPECIALISTS IN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING CONDITIONS OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY-FOOT, ANKLE, AND RELATED STRUCTURES OF THE LEG.

Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), known also as a podiatric physician or surgeon are qualified by their unique education and training. A DPM is a specialist for the prevention of and treatment of conditions, diseases and injuries.  Podiatrists utilize x-rays and laboratory tests for diagnostic purposes, and can prescribe medication. They also order physical therapy, set fractures, and perform surgery.

 

John H. Susz DPM, PC

1 Timberview Lane
Russell, PA 16345
Phone: (814) 757-8204
Appointments: suszpodiatry.com

 

Dr. John H. Susz is a Board Certified Podiatric Surgeon and Wound Specialist providing medical and surgical treatments for all foot and ankle conditions as well as comprehensive wound care. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons and Founding Fellow of the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing.

 

Cridentials

  • B.A. Biology,  Buffalo State College
  • DPM,  Millcreek Community Hospital - Erie, PA

Podiatric physicians must graduate from one of nine accredited four year schools and national boards must be passed. A two year residency is required to obtain a state license. 

Within the profession podiatric physicians can specialize in other areas such as surgery, orthopedics, or public health. Podiatrists may also practice in subspecialties such as sports medicine, pediatrics, dermatology, radiology, geriatrics, or diabetic foot care.

 

Certification 

  • Board Certification in Foot Surgery (2012)
  • Board Certified in Wound Care by the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing (2013)

 

Associations

  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Fellow(2001)
  • American Podiatric Medical Association(2001)
  • Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing, Founding Fellow(2012)
  • Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association(2002)
  • American Board of Podiatric Surgeons, Board Certified(2002)