Born in Baltimore MD, Dr. Marc Singer was interested in becoming a superhero until age 11, when he jumped off a flight of stairs and severely injured his left foot requiring surgery. Still suffering from debilitating foot pain into his 20s, Dr. Singer sought podiatric treatment and overcame his chronic injury through regular treatment, physical therapy, and orthotics, using the ICON orthotics to this very day.
Thankfully, Dr. Singer traded his childhood dream for a higher calling as an empathetic medical professional specializing in foot and ankle problems. Now, Dr. Singer is motivated to help his patients improve their quality of life by treating chronic pain and sports injuries, as well as conditions including corns, calluses, nail and skin problems, bunions, hammertoes and other deformities, and issues related to diabetes and poor circulation.
Dr. Singer lives in Reisterstown with his wife Jody and Greyhound Zeke.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Degree: BA, 1977 Field: Biology
Towson State University,
Post graduate courses in Zoology
Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine Degree: D.P.M., 1983
Veterans Administration Hospital,
1540 Spring Valley Drive, Huntington, W.V. 25704
Dr. Bert E. Mason, DPM, Director
Diplomat: American Board of Podiatric Surgery, August 7, 1999
Maryland – active