Dr. Shah received her degree in Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University in 2011, where she received an acknowledgment for her efforts to increase awareness of Foot and Ankle medical education. She completed her 3-year surgical training in Foot and Ankle surgery at Crozer Keystone Medical Center in Upland, PA in June 2014 where she was the chief resident for the final year of her training.She joined the team of Cornerstone Foot and Ankle with a special interest in the treatment of foot and ankle injuries and deformities in children, sports related injuries, and preventive care.Dr. Shah enjoys watching all sports, but she most enjoys watching the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers and Red Bulls games!
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Podiatric Medical Association, Inc
- American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management
- Kennedy Memorial Hospitals-University Medical Center - Cherry Hill ( Cherry Hill, NJ )
- Kennedy Memorial Hospitals-University Medical Center - Stratford ( Stratford, NJ )
- Kennedy Memorial Hospitals-University Medical Center - Washington Township ( Turnersville, NJ )
Dr. Taral Shah DPM's Practice location
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Mount Holly, NJ 08060Get Direction
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002Get Direction
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Patient Experience with Dr. Shah
I had an appointment with Dr. Taral Shah, DPM and was seen on 10/25/19. Upon my arrival, I was greeted by a friendly receptionist who gave me instructions on forms I needed to fill out and she informed me as to how long my wait would be (which wasn’t long at all). I was escorted back to the exam room by a medical assistant who was also pleasant. He took down some medical history as well as the reason for my visit. Dr. Shah was fantastic! She came into the examination room and treated me like a person. She was engaging and attentive (which I find to be rare). She listened to my problems and concerns, asked some pertinent questions and proceeded to give me an examination (right foot) She thoroughly explained to me what was going on with my foot. She broke it down in such a way that it was very easy to understand yet not the least bit condescending. After making a diagnosis, and sharing with me my options, Dr. Shah provided some in-office treatments, one of which was receiving two Cortisone injections. Being a Trypanophobe, this not something I ever look forward to, but Dr. Shah was understanding and took measures to minimize the unpleasantness. After getting molds made of both feet, she explained next steps (no pun intended) and gave me a timeline on following up. Dr. Shah is very personable and clearly passionate about what she does and cares for her patients. At no point did I ever feel like she was rushing or ready to just move onto the next patient, which helped my comfort level. It was a very positive experience and I highly recommend Dr. Shah. She is officially my Podiatrist! Thanks Doc! Peace, SKG
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