Bruce Lehnert, DPM - Sports Orthopedic and Rehabilitation

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Bruce Lehnert, DPM
Sports, Orthopedic And Rehabilitation Medicine Associates
Mid Peninsula Office
500 Arguello Street, Suite 100
Redwood City, CA 94063-1526
Phone: 650-851-4900 Fax: 650 368-4901
South Bay Office
550 S. Winchester Blvd., Suite 110
San Jose, CA 95128-2544
Phone: 408-247-4900 Fax: 408-249-4900
www.soarmedical.com
San Francisco Office
1375 Sutter Street, Suite 103
San Francisco, CA 94109-5465
Phone: 415-387-4900 Fax: 415-213-3791
EDUCATION
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Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
California College of Podiatric Medicine, 1992
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Bachelor of Arts
State University of New York at Buffalo, 1988
POST GRADUATE EDUCATION
 Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship
Hadassah University Medical Center
An intensive fellowship, dedicated to the surgical treatment of the foot and
ankle, in the orthopedic department of a large teaching hospital.
1995
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Podiatric Surgery Residency PGY2/Rotating Podiatric Residency PGY1
VA Palo Alto Health Care System
1992 -1994
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Foot and Ankle Surgeon
Sports, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation (SOAR)
San Francisco, Redwood City and Palo Alto, CA
Specialist caring for all levels of foot and ankle pathology in a high volume
orthopedic and sports medicine clinic.
2011 – present
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Staff Podiatrist, Podiatric Surgery Section
Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System, Palo Alto, CA
Attending podiatrist in a large teaching hospital.
1996 - Present

Podiatrist
Private Practice, Palo Alto and San Francisco, CA
Foot and ankle surgeon in a high volume private practice.
EXPERIENCE
1995 – 2010
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Utilization Reviewer
EK Health, San Jose, CA
Foot and ankle specialty reviewer in a large comprehensive workers
compensation consultation entity.
2005 - Present
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Expert Reviewer
Board of Podiatric Medicine, State of California
Consultation and review of podiatric quality of care for the California State
licensing board.
2000 – Present
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Medical Director and Founder
International Extremity Project
Founder and lead surgeon of a charity medical mission whose goal is to provide
surgical reconstruction and medical education to developing areas in need. This
group has performed ore than 250 life changing operations secondary to
infectious, neuromuscular, congenital and traumatic pathology.
Vietnam: 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013
Namibia: 2011
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Visiting Consultant
Instituto Dupuytren, Buenos Aires, Argentina
A one week position dedicated to educating Argentinean orthopaedic and
traumatologic surgeons the on the advanced techniques of foot surgery.
1997
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Visiting Consultant
Al-Razz Orthopedic Hospital, Safat, Kuwait
A one week position dedicated to educating Kuwaiti orthopedists on the
advanced techniques of foot and ankle surgery.
1996
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Visiting Consultant
Orthopedic Hospital of Bulovka, Prague, Czech Republic
A one week position dedicated to educating Czech orthopedists on the
fundamental techniques of foot and ankle surgery.
1996
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Podiatrist
Sunnyvale Foot and Ankle Center, Sunnyvale, CA
Foot and ankle surgeon in busy private practice.
1994 -1997
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Podiatrist
Footcare Specialists, San Mateo, CA
Associate podiatrist at five inpatient facilities providing foot care.
1994 -1995
TEACHING POSTS
 Adjunct Clinical Professor
Temple University, 2005 – Present
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Adjunct Assistant Professor
California School of Podiatric Medicine, 1994 – Present
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Residency Director – Primary Podiatric Medical Residency
Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, 1997 - 2005
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Clinical Instructor
Stanford University Medical Center, 1996 - 1997
CERTIFICATION
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Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
1998 – Present
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Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics
1996 – Present
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Qualified Medical Examiner
1996 - Present
PODIATRIC LICENSES
 California, #E3919
1993- Present
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Montana, #126
1996 - March 1997
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Israel
1995
HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS
 Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System
1996 – Present
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Sequoia Hospital
2011 – Present
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Stanford University Medical Center
1995 – Present
SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
 Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
2002 – 2009
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American Podiatric Medical Association
2001 – Present
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California Podiatric Medical Association
2001 – Present
RESEARCH/PUBLICATIONS
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Kim TE, Howard SK, Funck N, Harrison TK, Walters TL, Wagner MJ,
Ganaway T, Mullens J, Lehnert B, Mariano ER. A randomized comparison of
long-axis and short-axis imaging for in-plane ultrasound-guided poplitealsciatic perineural catheter insertion. J Ultrasound Med, in review 2013.
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Gosch, C., Verrette, R., Lindsey, D., Beaupre, G., Lehnert, B.: Comparison of
Initial Compression Force Across the Subtalar Joint by Two Different
Screw Fixation Techniques. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 45(3): 168173, 2006.
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Lehnert, B., Jhala, G.: The Use of Foam as a Postoperative Compression
Dressing. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 44(1): 68-69, 2005.
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Gosch, C., Lehnert, B., Sims, G.: A Plantar Approach for Fixation of
Subtalar Joint Arthrodesis. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 43(1): 6769, 2004.
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Austin CD, Tiessen JR, Gopalan A, Williams, JM Jr, Bangs XCD, Cherry AM,
Lehnert BA, Rouse RV: Spindle Cell Lipoma of the Foot and the
Application of CD34 Immunohistochemistry to Atypical Lipomatous
Tumors in Unusual Locations. Applied Immunohistochemistry Molecular
Morphology. Sep;8(3):222-227, 2000.
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Serrina Yozsa, DPM, Bruce Lehnert, DPM and Donald Resnick, MD:
Imaging of the Rearfoot. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association 89(6): 292-301, 1999.
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Milgrom, C., Burr, D., Fyhrie, D., Hoshaw, S., Finestone, A., Nyska, M.,
Davidson, R., Mendelson, S., Giladi, M., Libergall, M., Lehnert, B., Voloshin,
S., and Simkin, A.: A Comparison of the Effect of Shoes on Human Tibial
Axial Strains Recorded During Dynamic Loading. Foot and Ankle
International, 19:85-90, 1998.
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Sucher, A., Matan Y., Howard, C., Lehnert, B., Segal D., and Nyska, M.:
Tibialis Posterior Tendon Damage After Ankle Fractures. Abstract
presented at the Annual Meeting of the Israeli Orthopaedic Association,
November 1997 and at the International Jerusalem Symposium on Sports
Medicine, February 1998.
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Nyska, M., London, E., Howard, C.B., Matan, Y., Lehnert, B., Rosen, R.C., and
Southerland, C.C.: Retained Rubber Foreign Bodies After Auncture by a
Nail. Foot and Ankle Surgery, 2:255-260, 1996.
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The Effect of Sonic Accelerated Fracture Healing System on the Charcot
Foot. Principle Investigator. July 1997 – August 1998. Grant: $15,000.
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Meir Nyska, MD and Bruce Lehnert, DPM: The Histologic Effects of a Pain
Syndrome in Rat Calcanei. In progress, undergoing histomorphometry.
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Foot Anatomy and Biomechanics
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, October 2010
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Sports Injuries
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, March 2010
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Foot Module
Stanford University Medical School, April 2010
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Foot Module
Stanford University Medical School, March 2010
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Common Foot Ailments
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, August 2009
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Stress Fractures
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, April 2009
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Primary Foot Care
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, February 2009
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Hallux Valgus
Stanford University Family Practice Rounds, November 2008
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Treatment of the Cavus Foot
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, June 2007
LECTURES
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Reconstruction of the Paralytic Foot and Ankle
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, June 2002
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Tendon Disorders
Stanford University, PM&R Rounds, May 2002
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Second MTP Stress Syndrome
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, May 2002
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Planal Dominance and Flatfoot Correction
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, December 2001
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Hallux Varus
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, February 2001
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Treatment of the Rheumatoid Foot
VAPAHS, Rheumatology Rounds, June 2000
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Hallux Valgus Symptomatology
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, March 1999
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A Review of Madura Mycosis
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, March 1999
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Tendon Transfer and Osteotomies in the Adult Acquired Flatfoot
Yonsei Medical School, Korea, April 1998
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The Residency Selection and Interview Process
California College of Podiatric Medicine, April 1998
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Tendon Transfer and Osteotomies in the Adult Acquired Flatfoot
Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands, January 1998
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The Use of Continuous Passive Motion in the Foot and Ankle
Podiatric Residency Institute Monthly Meeting, November 1997
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The Use of Continuous Passive Motion in the Foot and Ankle
VAPAHS, Podiatric Surgery Rounds, November 1997
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Hallux Valgus Symptomatology
VAPAHS Resident’s Meeting, July 1997
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The A-V Impulse Pump and It’s Use in Foot Surgery
Podiatric Residency Institute Annual Meeting, May 1997
REFERENCES
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction
Instituto Dupuytren, Argentina, April 1997
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction
VAPAHS Podiatric Surgery Rounds, July 1997
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction
Al-Razi Orthopedic Hospital, Kuwait, December 1996
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Foot Deformities and Treatment
Sunnyvale JCC, August 1994
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A Review of Madura Myscosis
Stanford University Podiatric Rounds, May 1994
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