Dr. Christina Rowe-Bauer's research interests include diabetic foot ulcerations and the impact that time off one's feet has on the whole body.
Teaching and educational interests
Dr. Christina Rowe-Bauer enjoys teaching residents, fellows and medical students about the complexity of the foot and the various conditions that adversely affect the foot.
Dr. Christina Rowe-Bauer's clinical interests include surgical treatment of ailments of the forefoot (including arthritic conditions); surgical debridement and repair of ulcerations; amputations; diabetic foot care; treatment of ingrown toenails; removal of cysts or soft tissue masses of the feet; treatment of pediatric foot deformities; orthotics; and care of fractures and sprains of the foot.
Fellow, American College of Ankle and Foot Surgeons, 2017
DPM, Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
… → 2009
Chair, Podiatry Performance Improvement Committee, Mount Nittany Medical Center2019 → …