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George Sich III, DPM

Centurion Center Centurion Center

With his background in mechanical engineering, Dr. Sich has the philosophy of trying to find the cause of a problem and focusing his treatment at this source. He uses history, clinical and radiologic clues to zero in on the problem. Furthermore, he knows that many foot, ankle, and lower extremity issues can be related to orthopedic, spine, vascular, cardiac, neurologic, rheumatologic, dermatologic and other medical causes. And, because of this, he understands the importance of a team approach in treating his patients. Finally, Dr. Sich likes to take time and explain his findings and plan to his patients. He believes that when his patients understand the issues, the easier and cheaper it is to solve problems.

Dr. Sich is originally...

from the Cincinnati, Ohio region. He received his premedical education, mechanical engineering degree, and US Army commission from the University of Cincinnati. He then attended the Dr. William M. Scholl, College of Podiatric Medicine, earning his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, graduating 2nd in his class, in 1998. Dr. Sich completed both a podiatric medical and surgical residency at the St. Luke’s Hospital System, Allentown/Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. When Dr. Sich first reported to duty, he was the only foot doctor supporting the 18,000 soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division. While on active duty, he treated soldiers, family members, and retirees of the Ft. Stewart community. Dr. Sich is a Diplomate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Dr. Sich has privileges at Augusta University, Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center, Aiken Regional Medical Center and Edgefield County Hospitals.

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Advanced Skills Training

This Lapiplasty® surgeon has attended a Lapiplasty® Advanced Skills Training course in the last 24-months

Mini-Incision™ Procedure

This Lapiplasty® surgeon performs the Lapiplasty® Mini-Incision Procedure

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