Dr. Abhin Kumar is from Farmington Hills, Michigan where he graduated from Harrison High School in 2009. He accepted the Presidential Scholarship to attend Wayne State University in Detroit. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences with University Honors in 2013.
He then attended California School of Podiatric Medicine in Oakland, California. He was again awarded the Presidential Scholarship during his time there. Dr. Kumar was actively involved in many school organizations, volunteering events, and community service throughout the Bay Area. Apart from his commitment to academics, he was part of his school’s basketball team and won the American Podiatric Medical School Association basketball tournament twice.
After graduation, Dr. Kumar returned home where he completed a three year podiatric medicine and surgery residency with reconstructive rearfoot and ankle certification at Beaumont Farmington Hills Botsford Campus in Michigan. He was actively involved in podiatric research and participated in his hospital’s research conference during his tenure. He served as chief resident for Baja Operation Footprint Project where he went to Honduras and operated on the underserved pediatric population with various foot and ankle pathologies. In addition, he received specialized training in podiatric dermatopathology at Bako Diagnostics in Alpharetta, Georgia. During his last year of residency, he has completed the American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons arthroscopy course and advanced training in surgical principles and fixation through American Academy of Foot and Ankle Osteosynthesis.
He believes a healthy patient-physician relationship is vital. He treats his patients as family. He is down to earth and realistic with them about their condition and how to treat them. His goal is to get patients back on their feet and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Kumar enjoys the great outdoors, working out, watching sports, and traveling.