Please Welcome: Dr. Michael J. Price, DPM to Triad Foot & Ankle Center!
We are excited to announce that Dr. Michael J. Price, DPM, has joined the practice. Dr. Price is our fourth new podiatrist to join the team since 2015, bringing our total number of physicians to eight.
Originally from Long Island, New York, Dr. Michael Price completed pre-medical studies at the University of Scranton, where he majored in biochemistry, molecular biology, and philosophy. He then graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. After earning his medical degree, he completed his residency at UF Health Jacksonville.
Dr. Price has extensive specialized training and knowledge in general podiatry, as well as reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle, which includes special training in limb salvage, and minimally invasive surgery.
“As a result of our growth, we have brought in another highly trained and qualified podiatric physician to offer total foot care in the Triad,” says Dr. Norman Regal, lead physician at Triad Foot & Ankle Center. “We are excited to have Dr. Price join our team and continue to help our practice offer comprehensive foot and ankle care for our patients.”
Dr. Price joins Drs. Norman Regal, M. Todd Hyatt, Matthew R. Wagoner, Titorya Stover, Brent Evans, Gregory Mayer, and Richard Tuchman at our four locations throughout the Triad, including Greensboro, Burlington, Asheboro and High Point.
Fun Fact: Dr. Price loves to cook, especially Italian food.
Fun Fact: Dr. Price collects fun socks to wear with his scrubs.
Fun Fact: Dr. Price takes health and fitness seriously. He lost over 125 pounds through diet and exercise while in medical school, and he strives to live a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Price will see patients at our Greensboro and Asheboro offices, beginning August 27, 2018. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Price at the Greensboro or Asheboro offices, please call (336) 375-6990 or click here to request an appointment.
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