Meet Our Doctors
Juliette Perez, DPM
Dr. Juliette Perez earned her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Perez is a highly skilled career professional with extensive practical experience in hospitals, home health palliative care and wound care, and primary podiatry care environments.
Dr. Perez has received the highest quality of training in foot and ankle surgery through hospital residencies, and she's expert in delivering care for complex foot disorders suffered by diabetic patients as well as common foot problems including bunions, hammertoes, heel spurs, ingrown toenails, plantar fasciitis (heel pain), and shin splints.
Proficient in elective and reconstructive forefoot surgery, with an extensive wound care practice background and fluent in English and Spanish, Dr. Perez is also member of several organizations including the APMA, APWCA, FPMA and AACPM.
Katherine Machado, DPM
Katherine Machado, DPM earned her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. She coursed a three years Podiatry Residence from 2011 to 2014 at South Miami Hospital and Baptist health of South Florida. It was during this period that Dr. Machado was exposed to a wide variety of foot and ankle pathology, with particular emphasis in forefoot and rearfoot surgery, diabetic limb salvage and wound care.
Dr. Machado has an extensive training in elective and rescontructive surgery of the foot and ankle, including arthroscopic surgery, pediatrics, trauma, diabetic foot care, lower extremity wound care.
Honors & Awards:
- Pi Delta National Podiatric Honor Society, 2011
- Dr. James V. Stelnicki Scholarship for Excellence in Lower Extremity Vascular Medicine, 2010
- Clinic Podiatric Scholarship, 2010
- APMA Educational Foundation Award, 2009
- Barry University Leadership Award, 2009
Proficient in English and Spanish, Dr. Machado is also member of several organizations including the APMA, APWCA, FPMA.
Enrique Rosario, DPM
Dr. Enrique Rosario earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. He worked for almost 2 years as a professor and researcher in The Department of Osteopathic Medicine and the Department of Public Health at Nova Southeastern University. He completed a surgical residency at Mercy Hospital, it was during this period that Dr. Rosario was exposed to a wide variety of conditions and complications such as diabetic wounds, Charcot Disease, trauma, marine injuries, congenital deformities, and infectious diseases. Although his residency was surgical in nature, he received an equally focused training in clinical podiatric medicine
Dr. Rosario received his bachelor's degree from FIU in 2004 in the field of Chemistry. He also accomplished minors in Biology and Physics. During this time he performed research in diferent areas of Biochemistry and Virology. In the area of Biochemistry, he studied oncologic DNA repetitive sequences that were responsible for inducing mutations during DNA replication. In Virology, he studied techniques of gene insertion into viral genome for gene therapy. After he finished his undergraduate training, he attended Georgetown University, where he received a PhD degree in Molecular Biology in 2008. His field of study was signal transduction during stages of replication that activate tumor suppresing proteins capable of activating apoptosis in cancer predisposed cells.
Dr. Rosario has publish papers about Charcot resconstruction, wound care and regenerative medicine.
Our podiatrists understand foot pain and the impact it can have on daily lives. Our PerfectFeetCare Centers provide comprehensive diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitation services for foot and ankle injuries and conditions. The foot is one of the most complex parts of the body and can cause a number of ailments, pain conditions and complications. Our podiatrists treat foot conditions in children and adults including heel pain, arthritis, sports injuries, trauma, diabetic and geriatric foot problems and disorders as well as bunions, calluses, corns, hammer, claw and mallet toe and foot conditions.
We regularly see patients whose work requires them to stay on their feet for more than eight hours a day: teachers, skilled laborers, police officers and retail and factory workers. Foot pain experienced on the job or during recreational activities can become progressively worse over time. Our goal is to keep them on their feet and out of pain.