Michael Gruttadauria, D.P.M.
Michael Gruttadauria, D.P.M.View Contact & Scheduling
There are a lot of patients who have anxiety about their diagnosis or the perceived treatment. Some patients have embarrassment and do not want to show me what the problem is. I want patients to know that their goals are my goals. I take the time to get to know my patients and customize each person’s treatment plan to meet their needs. I explain why they are experiencing foot pain and offer nonsurgical and surgical treatment options. It is gratifying when a patient comes to my office for treatment and feels better immediately afterward.
Patients let us into their lives and share a problem with us. My goal is to help them accomplish a goal, alleviate pain, or get better in some way.
Podiatry, General Practice - American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery
Senior Instructor of Clinical Orthopaedics - Department of Orthopaedics (SMD)
Residency & Fellowship
Residency, Podiatry, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine GME. 2003 - 2006
DPM | Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine. 2003
Use of implantable bone growth stimulation in Charcot ankle arthrodesis.
Hockenbury, RT; Gruttadauria, M; McKinney, I.
Foot and Ankle International. 2007; 28(9): 971-6.
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