Dr. Ebonie Vincent, DPM is an expert foot and lower leg specialist in Orange District, California. She has good experience with the most recent medications for foot and lower leg conditions and carries considerable authority in negligibly intrusive surgical techniques, restorative and reconstructive foot and lower leg medical procedure, diabetic appendage rescue, pediatric foot condition and sports medications. 
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Dr. Vincent is a local of Temecula, California yet finished her undergrad education at Hampton University in Virginia, a Masters of Biomedical science at Philadelphia School of Osteopathic Medication in Philadelphia, Pa, and finished her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree at Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa. She proceeded to finish a 3-year residency program at Inspira Health network in Vineland, New Jersey. While in residency she finished various revolutions in specialities including Emergency medicine, Infectious Disease, radiology, inside medicine, general medical procedure and Vascular medical procedure.
Dr. Ebonie Vincent, DPM
Dr. Vincent likewise learned under top Orthopedic and podiatric doctors in cutting edge medications for kids and grown-ups with upper and lower appendage length disparities, appendage deformations, non-associations, bone imperfections, bone contaminations, joint contractures, foot disfigurements and shot stature at The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics/International Center for Limb Lengthening in Baltimore Maryland.
Dr. Ebonie Vincent, Hampton University alumna, made her TV debut in "My Feet Are Killing Me" on TLC, a reality TV show that follows the foot and lower leg specialist and her partner, Dr. Brad Schaeffer, in their training to treat difficult and some of the time dangerous Podiatry cases.
Dr. Ebonie Vincent also recieved praise from her school on landing the role as a TV show presenter on the "My Feet Are Killing Me" series.
Hampton University univrsity published a statement congratulating her: 
“We are incredibly proud of Dr. Ebonie Vincent for her success in the medical field, and for being selected for this new show.
Dr. Vincent displays great character and we know that she will continue to uphold THE Standard of Excellence in all that she does,” said William R. Harvey, president of* Hampton University."
Dr. Ebonie Vincent in an interview granted in the early days of the year 2020 said “I Don’t High-Heel Shame!”  this came after she was questioned about her TV show.
Dr. Vincent has co-written a few research articles, with distributed articles in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical therapy (JOSPT). She has won research grants for blurb and oral introductions through research displayed at Des Moines University.
Dr. Vincent has been a competitor playing volleyball at the Division 1 university level all through her undergrad education and she keeps on driving a functioning way of life. She has an energy for preventative healthcare and mentorship. She is anticipating coming back to her home territory of California and serving the individuals of Orange district.