Dr. Feder is board certified in podiatric surgery, podiatric orthopedics and podiatric medicine. He has embraced new technologies including PinPointe laser for fungal nails, PadNet to detect blockages, and computerized gait analysis. He also maintains a keen interest in nutrition and other integrative medicine approaches.
A seasoned lecturer on numerous topics including “Interdisciplinary Care of the Diabetic,” “Educating the Primary Care Physician” and “Advantages of Being a Medicare Participating Provider,” Dr. Feder has also authored professional articles, contributed to research and served as a consultant for PodiatryTV and Health.com.
He served on the board of the Foundation for Podiatric Education and is a member of the Physician Clinical Informatics Committee for Weiss Hospital. A former president of the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, he also served as its examinations chairman. He is former board chairman and president of the Lincolnwood Jewish Congregation and has taken on numerous other leadership roles for medical and community organizations including the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association, American Podiatric Medical Association, and Consolidated Traditional Hebrew Schools. He is a founding fellow of the American Professional Wound Care Association and is also a member of Scholl College’s Stickel Society.
Married for 37 years to his wife, Eileen, Dr. Feder is the father of two sons and has a granddaughter.
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