Very professional but still able to have the down to earth friendly care you want in a medical provider. They listened to everything and gave you their medical opinion and options to the solution
Dr. Abshier is a firm believer that patient education leads to the best outcomes and ensures her patients fully understand their condition and the treatment options available. “Explaining a conditions etiology and the science behind treatment options empowers patients. This also increases their active participation in their own care and decision making,” says Abshier.
Dr. Abshier lends her leadership and advocacy to several national and state associations including, the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and the Ohio Foot & Ankle Medical Association and Foundation (OHFAMA), where she recently completed her tenure as President. Additionally, she lectures nationally on wound care and medical coding.
After receiving her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University in Philadelphia, Dr. Abshier completed a rigorous three-year residency in podiatric medicine and surgery at the Dayton Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Dayton, OH. She earned her undergraduate degree in Microbiology with a minor in Russian literature from the University of Washington in Seattle.
A native of Seattle, Dr. Abshier, her husband and daughter currently reside in Powell. As a family they enjoy skiing, long treks, and backpacking. Dr. Abshier, a competitive swimmer in school, has completed multiple marathons and a full Ironman and now enjoys running for fun.
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