About Dr Bruce Lashley

Bruce Lashley, D.P.M. is certified by The American Board of Podiatric Surgery specializing in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of foot conditions.

He graduated from The New York College of Podiatric Medicine and received a Doctorate Degree in Podiatry. Dr. Lashley did additional post doctorate training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery with The New York College of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Lashley began his podiatry practice in midtown Manhattan. He was one of two podiatrists selected to start a podiatry department at the former "Doctors Hospital" on the Upper East Side. This department successfully grew the podiatry staff to a dozen members and Dr. Lashley was chosen as Section Chief. Ten years later, after "Doctors Hospital" was acquired by Beth Israel Medical Center, Dr. Lashley was recruited as Section Chief of Podiatry for all three Beth Israel locations. In this role, he ran the Podiatry Outpatient Clinic at Beth Israel and was responsible for the oversight of over forty podiatrists. Dr. Lashley returned to the full-time private practice of podiatry and continues to care for patients foot conditions.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Dr. Lashley devotes his time to researching the latest treatment and is deeply involved in the community by lending his knowledge and expertise.


About Dr. Jodene Shwer

Jodene Shwer, DPM is a graduate of the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. There, she received both the Paul R. Quintavalle, Sr., Memorial Faculty Award and the Stanley David, DPM ’56 Award, which is awarded to students who demonstrated outstanding proficiency in the clinical sciences. Dr. Shwer went on to complete her surgical residency at New York Presbyterian-Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. She has presented at the Limb Preservation Symposium at Weill Cornell Medicine and was published in the Compendium of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery 2014. She works with patients from all walks of life, helping to achieve a cosmetic and functional outcome for their feet. Before going into podiatry, she completed her undergraduate degree in Environmental Design at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she graduated early with honors and was on the Dean’s List. There, she participated in the triathlon club, which sparked her interest in podiatry through aiding runner’s injuries. Outside of podiatry, Dr. Shwer enjoys working with her hands through ceramics and painting. She loves playing with dogs, traveling, and remains an active runner and swimmer