Johns Creek, Georgia (December 8, 2015) –Effective January 4, 2016, Dr. Steven Arminio will be retiring after practicing Podiatry for over 36 years. He looks forward to spending time with his family and catching up with his travel plans. Dr. Arminio wishes to thank his patients for trusting their family foot health to him throughout the years.
Dr. Christopher Corwin, who has been with Village Podiatry Centers since 2013, will be practicing at Johns Creek upon Dr. Arminio’s retirement. Dr. Corwin obtained his Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree in Biomechanics at Penn State University. He then attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and earned the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree. Dr. Corwin completed a three year residency program at Community Medical Center in Pennsylvania where he acted as Chief Resident. He also performed a rotation at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Corwin’s specialties include sports injuries to the lower leg, ankle stabilization surgery and reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle. You can be assured you will continue to receive the same quality of care from Dr. Corwin that you have come to expect from Village Podiatry.
About Village Podiatry Centers
Village Podiatry Centers (VPC), a division of Extremity Healthcare, Inc., is the largest foot and ankle surgical practice in the Southeast and one of the largest Podiatry practices in the country. VPC has 36 physicians based in 36 locations throughout the greater metro-Atlanta area, Middle Georgia and Tennessee. Our highly experienced board-certified and board-qualified physicians provide comprehensive treatment and surgery for all foot & ankle conditions and injuries.