Heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, foot and ankle fractures, arthritic conditions of the foot and ankle, custom orthotics, biopsies, ingrown nails and Achilles tendonitis.
First and foremost is establishing an accurate diagnosis with the patient's help. My goal thereafter is to educate the patient about the condition(s) so the patient can make an informed decision about surgical and non-surgical options available.
Dr. Moodley was born and raised in South Africa. After completing high school he made his way to college in the USA. He spent approximately 10 years in South Florida which included Podiatry school, residency and 3 years work experience at Holy Cross Hospital Medical Group. Outside of work Dr. Moodley enjoys bike riding during the warmer months, recreational tennis and travel mainly to coastal regions.
Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences | Tampa, FL
Parkway Regional Medical Center | N. Miami Beach, FL
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Reviewed on October 12, 2018 I don't know if the office staff thought I might have seem irritable...I was but that was because of the discom-fort i was having from the plantar fasciitis...
Reviewed on June 4, 2018 a very good experience for me
Reviewed on May 25, 2018 The treatment of my feet problem is long, I am hoping for good results.
Reviewed on May 22, 2018 Dr. Moodley is the best! Very knowledgeable and caring.
Reviewed on July 2, 2018 I really appreciate that Dr. Moodley gave out a paper with exact directions of how to treat myself after the procedure, what's normal/expected, and when to call. When a procedure is done, there is a lot going on and it's overwhelming to remember what I'm supposed to do when I get home and when I should be concerned and come back into the office. Having a printout made it less stressful for me and I didn't have to remember things or frantically write things down. Definitely something all doctors should do.