Dr. Neal Mozen

Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Board Certified Foot and Ankle Surgeon

WORK HISTORY:

Private Practice
Foot Healthcare Associates, P.C.
President:  July 1984 – present

EDUCATION:

Residency Training
North Detroit General Hospital – Detroit, MI
June 1983 – June 1984

 

Graduate
W.M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine – Chicago, IL
September 1979 – June 1983 Cum Laude
Degree Received:  Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, 1983
Diplomate National Board of Podiatric Examiners, 1983

Undergraduate
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI
Bachelor of Science with Honors
September 1975 – June 1979

High School
Cranbrook – Bloomfield Hills, MI
September 1972 – June 1975

LICENSURE:            State of Michigan, 1983 #001143

HONORS:                 Earl B. Kaplan Award for Academic and Clinical Excellence, 1983

MEMBERSHIPS:

American Podiatric Medical Association, 1983 – present
Michigan Podiatric Medical Association, 1983 – present
American Academy of Podiatric Sport Medicine, 1985 – present
American Running Fitness Association, Professional member, 1985 – present
American Diabetes Association – Council on Foot Care, 1986 – present
Juvenile Diabetes Association – Board Member, 1989 – 1993
AAWM National Board Certification for Wound Care Professionals 2011

AFFILIATIONS:

PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL – SOUTHFIELD, MI
Botsford General Hospital – Farmington Hills, MI
Grace\Sinai Hospital – Detroit, MI
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital – Pontiac, MI
St. Mary Hospital, Livonia, MI.
Beaumont Hospitals

 

CERTIFYING BOARDS:

Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery, August 1989
Diplomate, American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review
Physicians, Inc.  Board Certified ABQAURP, June 1992
CWS Board Certified Wound Specialist

HONOR                  Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, November 1989
SOCIETIES:           Fellow, American College of Podiatric Medical Review, April 1995

 

RESEARCH:

TITLE:  “Research of comparative prospective randomized double mask parallel group controlled trial of celleration mist therapy system (MIST) vs. sham control when added to standard care in the treatment of diabetic neuropathic ulcers.”  Principal Investigator   2003-2004

TITLE:  “A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled, Blinded, Multi-center Pivotal Trial of AutoloGel versus Control When added to the Standard of Care in the Treatment of Non-healing Diabetic Foot Ulcers” Principal Investigator    2004-2005

TITLE:   “A Multi-Center, Double-Blind, Randomized, Parallel, Vehicle- and standard Care-Controlled, Dose Ranging Study Assessing the Safety and Efficacy of MRE0094 Gel When Applied Topically for 90 Days to Subjects with Diabetic, Neuropathic, Foot Ulcers”
Principal Investigator 2005 – 2007″

TITLE: “Evaluation of a Medical Food for Chronic Wounds” BK 15
Principal Investigator 2008-2009

TITLE: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled, Unmasked, Multiple Treatment, Multi-Center Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of an Interactive Wound Dressing Containing Cultured Keratinocytes versus Conventional Wound Therapy for the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers.” Principal Investigator 2008-Present

 

APPOINTMENTS:

Chief of Podiatry Service, Michigan Health Center, 1989-1991
Chairman, Quality Assurance Committee:  Podiatric Section Sinai Hospital 1995 – 2000.
Michigan Podiatric Medical Association – Peer Review Committee, 1995-1998, 1999 – present.
Advisory Board – National Institute of Technology, Southfield Campus 1996 – 2000.
Teaching Staff Providence Hospital, Podiatry and Family Practice Residency, 1997-present.
Procedures Review Committee, St Joseph Mercy Hospital, 2000-2004.
Secretary / Treasurer Podiatry Section, Providence Hospital, 2002-2005.

PUBLICATIONS:

THE JOURNAL OF FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY, Vol.32, #5 1993
“Rheumatoid-like Nodules Presenting as Haglund’s Deformity in an Adult, Nonarthritic Patient”.

OSTEOMYWOUND MANAGEMENT (OWM), Vol. 51, #8 August 2005
“Ultrasound Therapy for Recalcitrant Diabetic Foot Ulcers:  Results of A Randomized, Double-Blind, Controlled, Multicenter Study”

PRESENTATIONS:    

1/17/88:             Management of the Diabetic Fetid Foot for the Diabetic Fetid Foot Symposium, Michigan Podiatric Medical Association, Southfield, MI.

4/24/92:             Surgical Correction of Forefoot Deformities for Secretaries Day Seminar.  Southfield, MI.

6/07/92:             The Charcot Foot – Its Presentation and Management Options for Podiatric Symposium, Botsford General Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI

5/24/94:             Diabetic Foot Care, for Diabetic Forum; St. Joseph Mercy  Hospital, Pontiac, MI.

9/22/94:             Aseptic Techniques in the Office, for Michigan Podiatric Medical Association Annual Meeting, Lansing, MI.

5/23/97:             Foot Problems, for OHEP -Great Lakes State Family Practice Review, Providence Hospital, Southfield, MI.

7/25/97:             Being Part of a Healthcare Team, Commencement Address for National Institute of Technology, Southfield, MI.

10/01/97:           Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers, for A Wound and Skin Management Seminar, Presented by Smith and Nephew Inc. Southfield, MI.

7/23/98:             Current Practice Protocols for Effective Podiatric Management of Common Foot Disorders, for “What’s New” Conference, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Pontiac, MI.

7/31/98:             Caring-The Foundation of An Effective and Successful Medical Assistant, Commencement Address for National Institute of Technology, Southfield, MI.

2/25/99:             Dx, Rx, of Common Foot Disorders-Part 2, for “What’s New Conference”, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Pontiac Mi.

7/27/99:             Foot Mechanics and Pain, for Chronic Pain Lecture Series,  Botsford General Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI.

3/22/01: Lecture: “Keeping Your Feet Healthy”, Life Time Fitness, Troy, Mi. Sponsored by:  St. Joseph Hospital-Oakland.

9/20/01:             Lecture to DMC Family Practice Residents:  “Effective Management of Common Foot and Ankle Conditions and the Necessary Communication between Specialist and PCP in a Managed Care Environment.”

11/15/01:           Lecture to DMC Family Practice Residents:  “Effective Management of Common Foot and Ankle Conditions and the Necessary Communication between Specialist and PCP in a Managed Care Environment.”

2/14/02:             “New Horizons in the Management of Heel Pain” Providence Hospital for Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.

3/14/02:             Lecture to DMC Family Practice Residents:  “Effective Management of Common Foot and Ankle Conditions and the Necessary Communication between Specialist and PCP in a Managed Care Environment.”

2/13/03:             Providence Athletic Medicine Grand Round Lecture Series:  “An Update on First MTP Joint Injuries in the Athlete.
8/07/03:             Lecture to DMC Family Practice Residents:  “Effective Management of Common Foot and Ankle Conditions and the Necessary Communication.”

10/09/03:           Lecture to DMC Family Practice Residents:  “Effective Management of Common Foot and Ankle Conditions and the Necessary Communication.”

3/11/04:             Lecture to Providence Hospital Sports Medicine Department:  “Lower Extremity Biomechanics and Gait Analysis.”

6/17/05             Lecture to Providence Hospital Sports Medicine Department “Foot and Ankle Trauma in the Athlete”

5/8/07              Lecture to Detroit Podiatry Residents On “Technique for Endoscopic Gastrocnemius Recession”, Botsford General Hospital

12/17/08         Lecture to Family Practice Residents at Providence Hospital, “Common Podiatric problems in Primary Care”

4/23/09           Lectures MPMA Great lakes Conference : “The Use of PRP Platelet Rich Plasma In Foot and Ankle Conditions” ; “The Use of the Arthrex Tight Rope in The Correction of Halllux Abducto Valgus.”