Dr. Doyle is an accomplished podiatric physician and foot and ankle surgeon. He completed his BS in Exercise Science with minors in General Business and Biological Sciences from Western Michigan University in 2010. Less than one month later, Dr. Doyle enrolled at Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, earning his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine while graduating with membership in the Pi Delta National Honors Society in 2014.
During his time in Medical school, he served as a department tutor for his peers in a multitude of areas, including Neuroscience, General Anatomy, Specialized Lower Extremity Anatomy, Microbiology, and Biomechanical studies.
In 2014, Dr. Doyle began specialized residency training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery with Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Accreditation at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan as well as at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus in Fairfax, Virginia.
Throughout his training, Dr. Doyle observed various disparities in healthcare access and began to focus on bridging the gap between cutting edge medical innovations and the patients in need. In 2018 he began partnering with the medical device industry, working hand-in-hand with more than 30 medical device and biotechnology companies, focusing on realignment towards a consultative approach for their sales organizations, research and development, expansion of medical product indications and healthcare system access, and streamlining operational models to enhance provider & patient access, amongst other objectives.
His dedication for ensuring optimal patient care over all else has allowed him to become well rounded by learning, educating and providing the same out-of-the box problem solving skills he attributes to his upbringing.
Growing up in the Western Suburbs of Chicago he began working in construction with his grandfather at a young age, which he attributes to his ‘never give up’ attitude towards problem solving. Dr. Doyle participated in track and field, cross country, baseball, basketball, wrestling and football. He played football for 11 years and finished his career in 2006 as a Walk-on player for the Western Michigan University Division I Football Team.
Dr. Doyle’s special interests include evidence-based approaches to deformity correction, limb salvage, trauma and complex pathologies requiring a mechanically innovative and empathetic perspective to his practice.