Board Certified and Fellowship-Trained Podiatrist
Originally from Toledo, Ohio, Eric Kuhlman, DPM, joined the Center for Spine and Orthopedics in April 2017 after completing an Advanced Surgical Reconstructive Fellowship at the Professional Education and Research Institute in Roanoke, VA. Dr. Kuhlman treats non-healing wounds; foot and ankle fractures and trauma; ankle arthritis; plantar fasciitis; sports-related injuries; bunions; and Charcot foot. He specializes in foot and ankle reconstructive surgery; arthroscopy and trauma care; sports medicine; Lapiplasty® 3-D bunion correction; and diabetic Charcot reconstruction. Dr. Kuhlman knows that each patient has a unique set of foot and ankle conditions and individual personal circumstances. “I take great pleasure in taking the time to listen to each individual and formulating the best treatment options suited to his/her needs and concerns.” In his spare time, Dr. Kuhlman enjoys skiing, snowboarding, golf and hiking with his Bernadoodle, Atari.
Foot and ankle reconstructive surgery, arthroscopy and trauma; sports medicine; plantar fasciitis; Lapiplasty® 3-D bunion correction; diabetic wound care; and diabetic Charcot reconstruction
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Level I Division of Workers’ Compensation
Advanced Surgical Reconstructive Fellowship
Professional Education and Research Institute in Roanoke, VA.
Bako Pathology Services, Alpharetta, GA
Geneys Regional Medical Center, Grand Blanc, MI
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, IL