Dr. Foreman attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine.
After graduation, he completed a residency program in Podiatric Medicine from Eastern Virginia Medical School. Furthering his education Dr. Foreman completed programs in Podiatric Surgery, as well as, a Fellowship in Diabetic Limb Salvage.
Dr. Foreman is a member of the Michigan Podiatric Medical Association and the American Podiatric Medical Association. He is board certified by the America Board of Podiatric Surgery.
Accomplished in all aspects of Podiatry, Dr. Foreman has a special interest in the diabetic foot, particularly pertaining to the preservation of the lower extremity. He also has a special interest in pediatric foot conditions.
Dr. Austin was born and raised in Metro Detroit. Growing up in St Clair Shores, MI, he attended De La Salle High School. He earned a degree in Human Biology at Michigan State University, and continued to Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in North Chicago, IL.
After graduation, Dr. Austin completed an intense surgical residency at Ascension Providence Southfield-Novi, MI with an emphasis on limb salvage, rearfoot/ankle reconstruction, and trauma. He served as chief resident in his final year. Today, he remains actively involved with the Ascension Providence residency program.
Dr. Austin is board qualified in Foot Surgery and Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery. His special interests include minimally invasive surgery, forefoot, and rearfoot elective surgery, sports medicine, limb salvage, foot, and ankle trauma, wound care, and pediatric podiatric care. In his spare time, Dr. Austin enjoys watching Detroit and Michigan State sports teams, snowboarding, tennis, and traveling with his girlfriend.
Dr. Gross attended Wayne State University and the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed a Foot and Ankle Residency at the Harris County Hospital Group in Houston, TX. During the past 39 years, Dr. Gross has been active in residency training, diabetic education, and improving mini-surgical and non-surgical treatments of foot conditions. He has also been a runner for many years and has treated hundreds of runners and walkers for their painful foot and ankle conditions.
Dr. Gross is board certified and has staff privileges at Providence Hospital. His areas of special interest include laser surgery, minimally invasive surgery, geriatric and diabetic foot care, heel pain, and sports injuries. He was the first physician in Michigan to use laser for the treatment of fungal toenails.