Dr. Newey is a board certified podiatrist who focuses on conservative treatment options for foot care.
Dr. Newey has a bachelors degree in mass communications and public relations from Oklahoma Christian University, which taught her the importance of effective communication. Since communication is a fundamental skill in educating and treating patients, she feels as though this area of her education has been an essential building block of being a successful physician. She also received a masters degree in health administration from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Kirksville, MO. This educated her on health care management, which has been useful in the business element of the podiatric practice. Finally, she received her doctorate in podiatric medicine from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (now Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine) in 2010 and began her residency training directly afterward. She completed her podiatric medical and surgical residency training at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center in Cleveland, OH in June 2013. She is currently board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.
During her residency, she was exposed to a variety of different clinics, hospital systems, podiatrists, surgery centers, and wound care centers. These experiences provided her with a well-rounded education allowing her to see different ways to approach a variety of foot problems. Since completing her residency, she worked for a practice that traveled throughout the entire Chicagoland area providing comprehensive foot and wound care to a variety of patients at various clinics. After her time in Chicago, she joined a group private practice in Missouri where she was given the opportunity to work alongside and learn from some outstanding podiatrists. She also provides wound care services at Summa Barberton Hospital. She is passionate about comprehensive and conservative foot care because she feels it is a needed and important service that contributes to the overall health and wellness.