Dr. Frank Spinner, DPM
Growing up in Brooklyn, Frank Spinner knew he wanted to be a doctor. After seeing a podiatrist during his days running high school track, he found his specialty.
Sticking close to his roots, Dr. Spinner attended St. Joseph’s College, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology. After that he headed straight to New York College of Podiatric Medicine, followed by two years of residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Brooklyn Veteran’s Administration Medical Center.
Following his residency, Dr. Spinner joined two successful private podiatric practices in New York. He also spent time as a Podiatric Surgical Attending at Richmond University Medical Center, where he worked at the weekly wound clinic.
Dr. Spinner’s experience with running and martial arts, including Muay Thai and kickboxing, led him to an interest in podiatric sports medicine. He is experienced at biomechanical solutions for athletes of all ages and levels. He also enjoys inspiring people of all ages and abilities to be active.
With over 20 years of experience, Dr. Spinner enjoys working with pediatric patients with developmental and gait abnormalities. Through his years of work at the Veterans Administration, he developed a dedication to treating geriatric patients for both routine and wound care.
Dr. Spinner moved from New York to Florida in 2021. His podiatric practice is focused on conservative management of foot and ankle conditions and surgery when necessary.
When he’s not busy working, Dr. Spinner enjoys spending time with his family. His wife and three children enjoy his hobby of cooking all different types of cuisine. With his recent move from New York to sunny North Eastern Florida, he brings with him years of experience and a dedication to compassionate podiatric care for every one of his patients.