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Dr. Gennady Kolodenker

To begin his career in podiatric medicine, Dr. Kolodenker first obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in biology and graduated cum laude from Seton Hall University. He then went on to Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine and completed a four-year program in 2007. Dr. Kolodenker then completed a three year surgical residency at University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey (UMDNJ). During his final year of residency he was named Chief Resident. After residency, Dr. Kolodenker completed a Sports Medicine and Surgery Fellowship in Orange County, California.

Some of Dr. Gennady Kolodenker’s specialties include:

  • Podiatric sports medicine
  • Management of complex foot and ankle trauma
  • General podiatry
  • Personal experience and interest in long distance events such as marathons and triathlons, skiing, personal fitness, and biking

Educational experiences include:

  • Trauma
  • Limb preservation
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Cosmetic surgery

During his extensive training he has worked with over 50 physicians and performed over 3,000 procedures. The broad experiences of his residency are due to the residency program associations with two highly respected hospitals:

  • Hackensack University Medical Center (granted a HealthGrades® America’s 50 best Hospitals 2009, ranked by US News in the Orthopedics category as America’s Best Hospitals 2009-2010.)
  • Holy Name Medical Center (HealthGrades® Distinguished Medical Center Awards for Clinical ExcellenceTM Among the top 5% of Medical Centers in the nation for clinical excellence 2008.)

Contact Dr. Gennady Kolodenker

Phone: (949) 651-1202
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