Marc Lederman, DPM
Podiatrist in West Hartford, CT
West Hartford Podiatry Associates
Dr. Marc Lederman is a graduate of Kingswood-Oxford, received a BA from Drew University in Madison New Jersey, a doctorate in Podiatric Medicine from the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA and completed a surgical residency at the University of Maryland in Baltimore.
He is board-certified in foot surgery, a fellow of the American Society of Podiatric Surgeons and the American Society of Podiatric Sports Physicians. He is the Executive Director of Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association and has several publications.
His practice is that of general podiatry, with a special interest in sports medicine, diagnostic ultrasound and the treatment of heel pain and tendon injuries.
He practices full-time at West Hartford Podiatry Associates in Bishops corner with Dr. Harvey D. Lederman and Dr. Kurt Rode. He lives in Canton with his wife and children.
- Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, D.P.M. – Philadelphia, PA 1982 – 1986
- Drew University, B.A. – Madison, NJ 1978 – 1982
- Kingswood-Oxford School – West Hartford, CT 1978
- Fellowship (Second year surgical residency) Foot Surgery – Division of Orthopedic Surgery – University of Maryland and Medical System – Baltimore, MD 1988-1989
- Surgical Residency (First year) Liberty Medical Center – Baltimore, MD 1987
- Connecticut State Board of Medicine, since 1986
- Board-Certified – American Board of Podiatric Surgery
- Fellow – American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
- Fellow – American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management
- 2000-2010: Board of Directors and officer of the CPMA
- Member – American Podiatric Medical Association
- President – Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association (CPMA) 2008 – 2010
- Member – Hartford County Podiatric Medical Society
- Executive Director of the Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association 2010 – present
- Medical Director of the Bloomfield Surgery Center 2015 – present
Hospital Privileges – Active Staff
- Hartford Hospital
- Blueback Surgery Center
- St. Francis Hospital, Department of Podiatric Surgery
- Bloomfield Surgery Center
- Current studies in bone healing as related to alternatives in Hallux Valgus Surgery, in collaboration with John Kenzora, M.D., Chief of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Maryland Medical System – Baltimore, MD
- Studies in the biomechanical and virological causes of schizophrenia in collaboration with Edward Shaskan, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut Health Center – Farmington, CT
- Reicher, D., and Lederman, M. 1989. Observations on Hallux Valgus and Adolescent Bunions. 1. The natural history of hallux valgus in adolescence and early adult life. Research by Harry Piggott (1960). J. Bone Joint Surg. (B) 42, 749-760. Podiatry Tracts, Vol. 2 (1), 7-8.
- Reicher, D., and Lederman, M. 1989. Observations on Hallux Valgus and Adolescent Bunions, 2. Observations on hallux valgus. Research by R.H. Hardy and J.C.R. Clapham (1951). J. Bone Joint Surg. (B) 33, 376-391. Podiatry Tracts, Vol. 2 (1), 9-13.
- Shaskan, E., Ballow, M., Lederman, M., et al., 1984, Spiroperidol Binding Sites on Mouse Lymphoid Cells. Effects of Ascorbic Acid and Psychotrophic Drugs. J. Neuromimmunology, 6, 59-66.
- Lederman, M., Mascio, A., and Shaskan, E. 1981. Schizophrenia: Biochemical and Virological Theories. BIOS. 217-226.
- First Prize, Radiology Research paper, awarded by the American Association of Podiatric Radiologists, 1986.
- Podiatrist of the Year by the CPMA in 2010
- Elected Board of Directors, Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association
- Elected student member, Council on Podiatric Medical Education, member of the American Podiatric Medical Association 1984-1986
- Elected Officer, American Podiatric Medical Students Association