About Us

New School Medicine with an Old School Flair

At Precision Foot and Ankle, we have one simple vision: We want to give you the best experience you’ve ever had with a doctor.

That’s a big goal. But it’s one that we strive for each and every day. You deserve our best, and that’s the standard we hold ourselves to.

How do we do that?

Partly, it’s about having the latest and most advanced evidence-based treatment methods, technologies, and tools at our disposal, so we can offer you the absolute highest quality and most effective care for any and every painful foot or ankle condition you may have.

But it’s also about showing some of that “old school flair” and making sure you have a great experience. That means:

  • Treating you with respect
  • Taking time to listen to you
  • Ensuring that you’re as informed as possible about your condition and treatment options
  • Welcoming you as an active and empowered participant in your own treatment process
  • Working with you to determine the best care options for your particular situation and lifestyle

Let’s work together to make sure you get back on your feet as quickly and safely as possible.

Dr. Dennis Tenenboym, DPM

Dr. Tenenboym is board-certified (by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine) to treat all ailments of the lower extremities in children, adults, and the elderly. He received his doctorate in podiatric medicine from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine in Miami Shores, Florida.

He completed an extensive three-year surgical residency training program at the Miami VA Healthcare System, where he learned cutting-edge reconstructive foot and ankle surgery techniques with a focus on sports medicine, fracture care, diabetic limb salvage, and elective surgery.

Dr. Tenenboym previously practiced in Denver, Colorado prior to opening his own practice in Pinellas Park.

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    Miami VA Healthcare System
    Surgical Residency Training Program
    Forefoot/Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery

    Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
    Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
    Magna cum laude

    State University of New York at Albany
    Bachelor of Science, Human Biology
    Magna cum laude

    HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

    Largo Medical Center
    St. Petersburg General Hospital
    Northside Hospital

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    American Podiatric Medical Association
    Florida Podiatric Medical Association
    American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management

    DISTINCTIONS

    Board Certified, American Board of Podiatric Medicine
    Associate Member, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

    LECTURE PRESENTATIONS

    The Significance of Wound Debridement
    The Significance of Foot and Ankle Care
    Pes Cavus Surgery
    Metatarsus Adductus and Allied Disorders
    Ankle Fractures
    Tendon Transfers
    Pediatric Foot and Ankle Fractures
    Perioperative Pain Management
    Pan Metatarsal Head Resection
    Plantar Plate Surgery
    Plantar Foot Surgery
    Dislocations of the Foot and Ankle
    Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
    Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis
    Soft Tissue Tumors

    Prevention

    To prevent ingrown toenails, it is best to avoid trimming your toenails too short. Trim your toenails straight across instead of curving at the edges. Trying to cut out the ingrown edges can make the condition worse over time. If this is the first time you are experiencing an ingrown toenail, you may also try to soak your feet in lukewarm water with epsom salts. If you do not notice improvement in your symptoms within a couple of days, see your local podiatrist for further management before the condition becomes worse. In general, home treatment does little to fix the problem and can make the problem worse.

    When To See Your Podiatrist

    You should see your podiatrist if you continue to experience pain and redness or if your symptoms worsen. Your podiatrist will perform a minor procedure to remove the offending nail border and improve your pain. The procedure will likely be performed with local anesthesia to make you comfortable. They may also prescribe an antibiotic to treat the infection if needed. Most people experience minimal pain after the procedure and can resume normal activity the next day.

    7800 66th St N #207, Pinellas Park, FL 33781, USA

    (727) 399-7167

    Hours:

    Mon: 9am-5pm
    Tue: 9am-5pm
    Wed: 9am-5pm
    Thu: 9am-5pm
    Fri: 9am-5pm

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