Very professional and knowledgeable. Felt very confident with Dr. Prissel’s assessment of my situation. In addition, both the Doctor and the entire Staff were very pleasant and helpful. I would highly recommend this practice.
A native of Fall Creek, WI, I received my Fellowship training here at OFAC, under the guidance and expertise of our world renowned surgeons. Prior to the fellowship, I completed an extensive three-year surgical residency at Gundersen Medical Foundation in La Crosse, Wisconsin, serving as Co-Chief Resident. I received my Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine degree from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science and graduated top of the class.
The best part of my job is helping my patients get back to doing the activities they love. I enjoy treating ankle instability and other foot and ankle ailments. These conditions can arise from general ‘wear & tear,’ old sports injuries or other trauma that tend to cause pain and difficulty with daily activities long after the initial onset. Whether treating with therapy, bracing or surgery; getting these patients back to their desired activity with less pain and improved function is rewarding and can make a major impact on their life.
Research is integral to being on the forefront of industry advances. I’ve authored several scholarly publications and was the recipient of the 2013 American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Manuscript Award of Excellence, while receiving 2nd place in 2014 and 3rd place in 2016. Additionally, I served as Content Editor for a newly published, internationally recognized textbook on total ankle replacement.
Beyond my patient care responsibilities I enjoy spending time with my wife, Danielle and young children. My interests include cooking, running and travel.
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T. Bradley Edwards, MD; Benjamin Szerlip, DO; and Brent J. Morris, MD. (June 2014).https://icjr.net/articles/treatment-options-for-posterior-shoulder-instability
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Benjamin W. Szerlip DO, Brent J. Morris MD, Mitzi S. Laughlin PhD, Christopher M.Kilian MD, T. Bradley Edwards MD.
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