Following graduation from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, Mark Beylin, DPM, undertook three years of post-graduate training in a residency in foot and ankle surgery focusing on reconstructive Charcot surgery, foot and ankle trauma, sports medicine, pediatrics, arthroscopy, diabetic care and ankle joint replacement. After completing his residency, Beylin joined a private practice in South Florida where he remained until 2008, and then relocated to Brevard County to join Merritt Island Foot and Ankle, Inc. Beylin took over the practice in 2015. He is currently on staff at Merritt Island Surgery Center, Wuesthoff Medical Center, Cape Canaveral Hospital and Viera Hospital.
Dr. Romain Onteniente graduated from Barry University with a doctorate in podiatric medicine in 2014 before joining the prestigious forefoot and rear foot reconstruction residency program at Mercy Hospital. Dr. Onteniente co-founded a nonprofit organization called Podiatry Overseas to send foot and ankle surgeons on treatment missions abroad. Sports medicine, trauma and cosmetic procedures have always been at the core of Dr. Onteniente’s training, but he has added congenital deformities and pediatric pathologies, as well as wound care, diabetic complications, and Charcot reconstructions to his specialties. He is certified in hyperbaric medicine and wound care.
Dr. Alexander San Diego Jr. graduated from Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine, Kent, Ohio, in 2012 and began his post-graduate training at Palmetto General Hospital in Miami. Through his Steps of Life (SOL) foundation, San Diego has performed complicated reconstruction surgeries in a joint effort with American and Dominican physicians. He specializes in several conditions of the foot and ankle, including surgical and conservative treatments of foot and ankle fractures, lower extremity trauma, reconstructive surgery, diabetic limb salvage, wound care and sports medicine.