Brentwood-based podiatry specialists eagerly resolve a range of patients' feet-related health challenges at their office owned by Yerusalem Lanier, D.P.M., at 1001 Health Park Drive, Suite 330. David Farnen, D.P.M., especially treats diabetic patients, based on knowledge collected from his own research about effects of peripheral neuropathy on feet and ankles, plus his own condition with the illness.
David is a board-qualified foot and ankle surgeon by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine with a subspecialty in limb salvage, wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapies. He handles surgical and non-surgical foot/ankle care. He says he has a passion for dermatological pathologies, diabetic foot care, wound care and advanced technologies.
He completed a bachelor's degree in biological sciences and obtained his doctorate degree. He then completed his surgical residency training at Eastern Virginia Medical School together with the Sentara Hospital healthcare system. He's a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
"My famous, new technique of nail restoration and resurfacing creates a new medical grade nail over the ugly one," says David, who also does regenerative medicine and injections.
Additionally, Morgan Hubble serves as the clinic's ANCC board-certified family nurse practitioner.
This medical team also operates from four other offices: Skyline Hospital Medical Office Building, Central Nashville near Vanderbilt, Crossroads Medical, Pleasant View.
"I chose podiatry because when I was able to shadow my mentor pre-medical school, I've never seen a doctor happier from doing what they love. And his patients were so happy to see him, too."