Bruce E. Noxon, DPM, FACFAS, FAPWCA
Dr. Noxon moved to Glenview after completing his residency training to acquire The Foot & Ankle Treatment Center in 1999.
He is married and has two teenage sons. Outside of his practice, Dr. Noxon enjoys training for triathlons and marathons and is quite an accomplished triathlete. In 2012, he competed on the Team USA Triathlon Team for the Long Course World Championships, and in 2014, on the Team USA Triathlon Team for the Short Course World Championships. He also ran the 2014 Boston Marathon. Throughout years of practice he has captured a great appreciation and understanding of lower extremity biomechanics and how it pertains to sport-related injuires.
Dr. Noxon has lectured on many topics including, scarf bunionectomy, hammertoe correction, postier tibilal disfunction, skin graft subsitutes for wound closure, lower extremity biomechanics, and the diabetic foot. His area's of specialty are sports medicine and surgery, reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, arthritis, trauma, deformity correction, and arthroscopic surgery.
Education & Training:
Undergraduate: BA, Wittenburg Univesity, Springfield, OH
Medical School: Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, OH
Residency: Chief Resident, Doxey-Hatch Medical Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Paul L. Goodman, DPM, FACFAS, FAPWCA
Dr. Goodman is a native of Northbrook and attended Glenbrook North High School.
He is married with three children and enjoys sports of all kinds. Dr. Goodman has worked as the team physician with Detroit’s Junior B Hockey League and has consulted for other athletic organizations. He is a nationally recognized lecturer and educator for many topics in foot and ankle surgery. Dr. Goodman completed his surgical trainaing at the prestigous Kern Hospital for Foot and Ankle Surgery, a residency program in Detroit, which was the first formal training program for foot and ankle surgery in the world. The graduates from this program are pioneers for foot and ankle training and he has maintained his connnection with the program by lecturing at confrences sponsored by the Civic/Kern Hospital Residency Alumni Association.
Dr. Goodman is one of only a limited number of foot and ankle surgeons who is Board Certified in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery. His specialty areas are reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, arthritis, trauma, deformity correction, arthroscopic surgery, and total ankle joint replacements.
Education & Training:
Undergraduate: BA, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Medical School: William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Chicago, IL
Residency: Kern Hospital, Detroit, MI
Raymond R. Montoya II, DPM
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Boston, Dr. Montoya moved to Chicago in 2006 for medical school and residency. In his final year of surgical training, he served as Chief Resident at Rush University Medical Center, Department of Orthopedics, Section of Podiatry.
Outside of work, he has a keen interest in exercise and nutrition, sports, cinema, automobiles, music and couture. He was a competitive weight lifter in college but has since retired, and now, enjoys nothing more than spending time with his family.
Dr. Montoya is currently in the 5 year process of board certifying in foot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery and is an active member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, the American Podiatric Medical Association, and the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association.