Howard Reznick graduated from the Ohio college of Podiatric medicine in
1962. He opened his first office in downtown Ypsilanti. The office had
one treatment room. The practice started slowly giving him plenty of
time to spend with each patient. Eventually the practice grew and he
moved down the street to our current location on Ecorse road. The new
office had more treatment rooms, the ability to take x-rays, and an
operative suit for surgical procedures. Yet, Dr. Reznick never lost the
importance of spending time with his patients. After joining the staff
of Chelsea community hospital, he opened a second office in Chelsea.
Reznick and his wife Joyce ran the practice for 38 years before
retiring in 2001. Their dedication and hard work provided us with a
roadmap as to how to live our lives, and run a successful podiatric
practice. Not a day goes by without someone asking how they are doing,
we are happy to report that they are enjoying their retirement, and
wish everyone well.
Barth Wolf joined the practice in 1987 after graduating from the Scholl college of Podiatric Medicine. Dr Wolf is a board certified foot surgeon and fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle surgeons. Dr Wolf is a clinical instructor at Ross medical education center, and is on staff at Chelsea community Hospital.
Barth and his wife Kim have four children Matt, Joe, Lexi and Emmy. They are very active in their local church, and enjoy camping and being outdoors.
Daniel Reznick decided to follow in his fatherís footsteps and graduated from the Scholl college of Podiatric medicine in 1996. He did a two-year residency at the Boston VA medical center before joining the practice in 1998. Dr Dan is a board certified foot surgeon and fellow of the American college of foot and Ankle surgeons. He is part of the Podiatric Mentors network and a professional member of the American Diabetic Association.
Dan and his wife Amanda have a daughter Sophie and two labs named Einstein and Dora. Dan likes to dabble in carpentry and electronics.