Dr. Ebonie Vincent, a native of Temecula in California, would not stop thriving on reaching the peak of her medical career, as she becomes a surgeon that specializes in foot and ankle surgery after her 3 years surgical residency program at Inspira Health Network in New Jersey.
The happy doctor, took to her Facebook to share the news, owning her success to long nights of studying, multiple board exams amongst other expensive sacrifices.
Dr. Vincent who couldn’t contain her excitement, says in her post, how she works outside her comfort zone in readiness to push herself further and soar higher.
While expressing gratitude to God, Dr. Vincent thanks her entire family, saying she was able to make through as a result of the love and support shown to her.
Yesterday marked the ending of my biggest accomplishment in life thus far. I am officially a resident trained physician…
On the off chance that you may have thought the resident doctor, is just making her way to big things, it’s possible you are wrong.
Dr. Vincent has rich experience in the latest treatments for foot and ankle conditions and specializes in minimally invasive surgical techniques, corrective and reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, diabetic limb salvage, pediatric foot condition and sports medicine.
Photo: Dr. Ebonie Vincent Facebook
The doctor who completed her undergraduate at Hampton University in Virginia has a Masters of Biomedical Science at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and completed her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree at Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa. As if she was going to stop, Dr. Vincent went further to complete a 3-year residency program at Inspira Health Network in Vineland, South of New Jersey.
While in residency, the ambitious medical practitioner completed numerous rotations in specialties including emergency medicine, infectious disease, radiology, internal medicine, general surgery and vascular surgery.
Dr. Vincent also trained under top orthopedic and podiatric physicians in advanced treatments for children and adults with upper and lower limb length discrepancies, limb deformities, non-unions, bone defects, bone infections, joint contractures, foot deformities and short stature at The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics/ International Center for Limb Lengthening in Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Vincent isn’t just concerned about her personal growth, but also concerned about individual’s exposures to real-time medical issues. She has co-authored several research articles, with published articles in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT). – Read the research report here: Impaired Foot Plantar Flexor Muscle Performance in Individuals With Plantar Heel Pain and Association With Foot Orthosis Use.
Dr. Ebonie Vincent on workout
The multi award-winning medical practitioner, who enjoyed playing volleyball at the Division 1 collegiate level all through her undergraduate program, will provide mentorship for aspiring ones as she looks forward to returning to her home state of California where she would be serving the people of Orange County.