Doctors

The descriptions below will familiarize you with our physician’s credentials and clinical experience. It is our goal to create a personal rapport with every patient. We hope that each video helps you get a feel for your doctor’s personality.

 

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Dr. Brian Aronson
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Dr. Gary Hoberman
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Dr. Kristin Truncale

Dr. Brian Aronson

 

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Education:

Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago, Illinois
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, May 1998

Bachelors of Science, January 1997
Ner Israel Rabbinical College
Bachelors of Arts May 1994

Memberships and Affiliations:

1994 – Present Member American Podiatric Medical Association

1999 – Present Member Illinois Podiatric Medical Association

1999 – Present Illinois licensed podiatric physician

Scholarships:

1994-1995 Scholl Merit Scholarship

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Dr. Gary Hoberman

 

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Education:

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, 1978 – 1982.

B.S., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974 – 1978.

Licensure:

State of Illinois, 1982 – present.

Certification:

Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery

Hospital and Surgical Center Affiliations:

Norwegian American Hospital, Chicago, IL

Fellow:

American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Memberships:

American Podiatric Medical Association

Illinois Podiatric Medical Association

Member, American Diabetes Association

Member, USA Triathlon Association

 

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Dr. Kristin Truncale

 

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Education:

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Dr William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine; 2012

Bachelors of Science, Illinois State University, 2008

Licensure:

State of Illinois, 2013 – present

Hospital and Surgical Center Affiliations:

Norwegian American Hospital; Chicago, IL

Advanced Ambulatory Surgical Center; Chicago, IL

Northwest Surgicare; Arlington Heights, IL

Memberships:

American Podiatric Medical Association

Illinois Podiatric Medical Association

 

 

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