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Dr. Kyle Scholnick, DPM

Podiatrist

Professional statement

Dr. Kyle Scholnick graduated Summa Cum Laude from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. At his time at GWU, he won numerous honors and awards including the Presidential Merit Scholarship, Dean’s Honor List, National Dean’s List, National Society of Collegiate Scholars and participated in the University Honors program. Dr. Scholnick then completed his four-year medical degree from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, graduating at the top of his class and with honors and awards for academic excellence including the Pi Delta National Podiatric Medical Honor Society, Podiatric Merit Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship Award, William Goldfarb Scholarship, J. David Derr Scholarship, Dr. Gartha E. Wolfe Scholarship and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery Division 8 Scholarship Award. Dr. Scholnick joined Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic in 2014 after completing a rigorous three-year comprehensive foot and ankle surgical residency at the prestigious Yale University Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut, serving as chief resident in his final year. During his residency, Dr. Scholnick was selected as one of the few Podiatrists in the country to complete a Fellowship specializing in Podiatric Dermatology and Dermatopathology with Bako Podiatric Pathology Services in Alpharetta, Georgia. This was an intensive diagnostic fellowship focusing on dermatology and oncology of the lower extremity. In his free time, Dr. Scholnick enjoys traveling, yoga, tennis, biking, hiking, paddling, swimming and spending time with his family. Dr. Scholnick is eager to help his patients feel better as soon as possible so they can return to the activities and lifestyle they love.

In-network insurances

  • 1199SEIU
  • AARP
  • Aetna

Specialties

  • Podiatrist

Practice names

Education and training

  • Temple University, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital, Residency in Podiatry
  • Veterans Administration Connecticut Health Care System, West Haven (Internship)
  • Bako Diagnostics, Fellowship in Podiatric Dermatology and Dermatopathology

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1417247834

Office locations

Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic

10901 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 200

Kensington, MD 20895

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I had a great experience with Dr. Scholnick on my first visit! I'll see him again!
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I was pleased with my visit.
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Professional, friendly staff. Dr Scholnick was also very professional and friendly. Would highly recommend!
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I particularly appreciated Dr. Scholnick's patience, his calm manner and willingness to explain the procedure. I was anxious about having a big toe nail removed, but he took his time, numbed me well, and it was over before I knew it.I will definitely be following up with him for other podiatric issues.
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All the office staff were very professional and helpful. Dr. Scholnick listened to my concerns and answered all my questions in addition to providing useful information on my diagnosis and options for treatment. A very good experience!
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Dr. Scholnick treated my ingrown toenail by surgically removing the side of the nail. He is very competent, explains things well, and has a friendly manner. I waited 25 minutes and was about to go to the restroom when the Dr.'sassistant called for me. I said "hang on one second I have to use the restroom". She turned back around without saying anything and went into the area where patient rooms are. A minute and a half later when I had finished going to the bathroom so her scored another patient into that area. I went in to the area figuring she would be right back Then after a few minutes I went to look for her and I said "I'm back." She told me too wait out in the waiting area again. After 25 minutes of waiting I apparently lost my place in line by going to the bathroom and waited another 10 Minutes. When I explained to her that I thought this was not fair, she apologized. Not a huge deal, this is a very good facility and the first time I went everybody was extremely polite and helpful And The assistant continue to be professional after I complained. Not a big deal really but it was also an example of not putting the patient first. After 25 minutes of waiting I should not be penalized for having to go to the restroom. If this happens again I will make sure to go to the patient room first to secure my place, and then use the restroom. This should not prevent you from coming to this establishment and this doctor because they're very good.
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