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Dina Stock, DPM, is a podiatrist in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, appointed in 2005. She sees patients at the Solon Family Health Center and Willoughby Hills Family Center.
Dr. Stock attended the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, earning her podiatric medical degree in 1994 and graduating as her class valedictorian. She served as a Research Assistant, Biochemistry Instructor and Resident Clinician at the College. She completed a rotating podiatric residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and a podiatric surgical residency at Allegheny University Hospitals in Philadelphia.
From 1999 to 2004, Dr. Stock was Assistant Professor at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and Teaching Clinician at the Cleveland Foot and Ankle Clinic. She served as Course Coordinator for public health and medical law and Course Coordinator and Instructor for podiatric medical skills.
In 2000, Dr. Stock received a Faculty Member of the Year Award and the Ohio Podiatric Medical Student Association President's Award. She served as an associate or partner in private practice from 1995 to 2003.
General adult and pediatric podiatry, musculoskeletal and dermatologic conditions of the foot
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