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Dr. Stephen Geller once dreamed of becoming an Olympic skier. In his freshman year of college, however, he decided instead to fuse his athletic experience with a newfound passion in podiatric medicine to help future clients conquer foot issues that hamper their daily lives. After completing his medical degree and spending three postgraduate years training as a general-medicine and surgery intern, he started his private practice in Phoenix, and shortly thereafter became president of the Arizona Podiatric Medical Association, among other organizations. Today, he administers everything from surgeries to fix hammertoes to treatments that prevent running injuries, and he also specializes in patients with diabetes.