Dr. Kadish was educated at Loyola for his undergraduate studies where he recieved an award for Excellence and Leadership in the Community. After only 3 years of undergraduate work he was accepted to the oldest and most presigous and longest running podiatry school in the country, Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1991. After graduating in 1995 he went on to do his residency at Mercy Hospital in Detroit, MI. Upon completion of his residency with extensive training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery he moved to Louisiana in 1997 and has been practicing in Metairie and LaPlace.
During the past 15 years of practice, Dr. Kadish had been Chief of Podiatry at Tulane (Lakeside Campus) and been assistant residen...
cy director helping to train future podiatric surgeons at Tulane and Ochsner Hospitals. He is Board Certified in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery since 2004. He has completed a Micro Surgical Nerve Course under the training of Dr. Lee Dellon, a world renoun specialist on nerve surgery and plastic surgery from Johns Hopkins University, to help treat Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy as well as Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome using the 4 tunnel release.
He is a member of the American Diabetes Association, the American Podiatric Medical Association, the Louisiana Podiatric Medical Association, the American Board of Lower Extremity Surgeons, the American College of Orthopedics and Medicine and has served on the Executive Board of the Louisiana Podiatric Medical Association as Member-at-Large and as Secretary of the State Association.
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