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23 Spring Street, Suite B
Scarborough, Maine 04074
O-207-774-0028 F-207-774-0063MAPS & DIRECTIONS
Dr. Michele Kurlanski is an experienced podiatrist and a caring clinical professional. She is a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Care. Dr. Kurlanski is a graduate of the University of Rochester and received her medical training at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. From there, she completed her residency in foot and ankle surgery at Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey. She is also a board certified wound care specialist and has surgical privileges at Maine Medical Center and Mercy Hospital where she is the Division Chief of Podiatry. Dr. Kurlanski is a former president of the Maine Podiatric Medical Association.
Cheryl is the newest member of our team. Since February of 2016 she has been greeting patients with a smile. She is a Portland native and former Marine who recently moved back to the Maine. Her goal is to provide excellent customer service to each and every one of our patients. When not at work she loves spending time with her two children, going to the beach, and enjoying all the area has to offer.
Kathi has been our Office Administrator since August of 2015, she has been in the medical field over 25yrs. The majority of her career has been in medical billing/coding, until receiving her Associates Degree in Business Administration. Kathi strives to achieve patient satisfaction, and looks forward to marketing Lighthouse Foot And Ankle Ctr. to Southern Maine throughout 2017. On her off time she loves the beach, reading, and just being outside.
Lighthouse Foot and Ankle Center is a podiatry practice serving patients throughout the Scarborough, Maine community. We provide medical diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle problems such as flat feet, bunions, heel pain and spurs, hammertoes, neuromas, ingrown toenails, warts, corns and calluses. We treat also diabetic patients with the aim to ease and avoid severe foot damage as a result of the disease, and we provide a variety of advanced orthotic treatments.
- Cheryl - MA
- Kathi - Billing/Office Manager
- Steven - Front Desk