Nicholas R. Taweel, D.P.M., D.P.T.
Dr. Taweel received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in 1991. He also received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute, a Masters in Physical Therapy from Hahnemann University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University.
A native of Philadelphia, he is a graduate of Central High School.
Rothman Physician Spotlight – Nicholas R. Taweel D.P.M. D.P.T.
- Central High School of Philadelphia, Class of 1982
- Bachelors Degree, Psychology, Temple University
- Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree, Temple University, 1991
- Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute
- Masters Degree, Physical Therapy, Hahnemann University
- Residency, Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Albert Einstein Medical Center
- Board Certified, American Board of Podiatric Orthopaedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine
- Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
- Clinical Instructor, Thomas Jefferson University Medical College
- Adjunct Professor, Columbia University
- Adjunct Professor, Arcadia University
- Adjunct Professor, Widener University
- Adjunct Professor, Drexel University
- Lecturer, Temple College of Podiatric Medicine
- Lecturer, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
- Diplomat, American Board of Podiatric Orthopaedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine
- Member, American Podiatric Medical Association
- Member, American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopaedic Section
RESEARCH / PUBLICATIONS
“Measuring Talar Adduction in Stance- Relevance and Reliability,” Hahnemann University, Department of Physical Therapy, 1997
“The Effects of Hip Position on Isometric Peak Torque of the Quadriceps- A Pilot Study,” Hahnemann Biomechanics Lab, 1995
“The Valenti Arthroplasty: A New Approach for Hallux Limitus and Rigidus,” Journal of Current Podiatric Medicine, April 1990