Dr. John Boyd is a new physician to our practice with extensive training in Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery through Case Western Reserve University. He is also an Associate of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
He began his medical career as a Nurse Assistant working with Alzheimer’s patients in an assisted living facility. During this time, he completed his bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences attending the
University at Buffalo. His desire to provide care at the highest level possible led to his Medical Degree from Kent State University of Podiatric Medicine in 2016.
At St Vincent Charity Medical Center in downtown Cleveland, OH, Dr. Boyd completed a 3-year residency training program. He focused on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery in the treatment of end stage arthritis of the ankle, subtalar, and all other joints of the foot, diabetic limb salvage, complex musculoskeletal deformity, and sports medicine. During this time, he served on the hospitals ethics committee and was awarded the Spirit of Volunteerism award for his work in the local community.
Dr. Boyd is published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and has spoken on a variety of complex pathology across the country as well as lectures to students at his Alma Mater KSUCPM.