Domenic Signorelli, DPM, QME, AME, IME is a fully State Certified Doctor of Podiatric Medicine who specializes in reconstructive trauma surgery for the foot and ankle.
Dr. Signorelli earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelors in biology and behavioral neuroscience with a minor in chemistry. He continued on for his graduate and medical training at Case Western Reserve University/Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (which is now Kent State University of Medicine) where he earned the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree. He continued his training with fellowships at Mt. Sinai associated with the world renowned Cleveland Clinic.
Because of his hard work and dedication to improving patient care, Dr. Signorelli became the Chief Resident of Anaheim General Hospital. During his residency, Dr. Signorelli pioneered a less invasive surgical procedure for repairing plantar fasciitis and for stabilization surgery of the ankle, which has a faster recovery time than traditional surgical procedures. Both procedures are minimally incision requiring less down-time and faster recover than traditional methods.
In the years since his residency, Dr. Signorelli’s dedication to his profession and patients has not wavered. He has relentlessly researched and worked to develop innovative procedures to provide exceptional care for his patients.