A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Goldman has been in practice since completing his surgical residency in 1981.
After a two year COVID-19 leave of absence, he is now returning to part time practice.
After his residency in Podiatric Surgery, he served as Chief of Podiatry of Orlando General Hospital and taught in the
Podiatric Surgery and Family Practice Residency programs of Florida Hospital East Orlando
He joined Orthopedic Surgery Specialists P.A. of Boca Raton in 1996 and, after their dissolution, established established the South Florida Foot Center in January 2001. He opened his practice in Baltimore in July, 2007. In 1984, Dr. Goldman was Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He was re-certified in 1993, 2003, and 2013.
Dr. Goldman has published articles and abstracts in research journals of the:
In 2017, he published the second edition of his book, Walking Well Again. He is now on staff at Sinai Hospital and Northwest Hospital Center. He was previously a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and the American Professional Wound Care Association, but no longer performs surgery or complicated wound care. He was a member (2000-2007)
of the Diabetes Advisory council of Boca Raton Community Hospital, Dr. Goldman lives with his wife Debbie in Baltimore. His hobbies include Guitar with a focus on folk music, Golf (finally!), and
once again pretending to be all knowing, with young grandchildren. He is also a certified Mohel, since 1993.
Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Marquis Who’s Who in America
Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare
Author, Multiple Articles on Foot Pain, Diabetic and Peripheral Neuropathy, and Spinal Stenosis
Former Chairman, Department of Podiatric Surgery, Orlando General Hospital
Former Instructor in Surgery, Podiatric Surgery Residency, Florida Hospital.