'My Feet Are Killing Me' Full Cast List: Ebonie Vincent to Sarah Haller, meet the star doctors
Dr Ebonie Vincent, Dr Brad Schaeffer, and Dr Sarah Haller, all well-known ankle and foot experts, will be on the show
Medical conditions are rarely preceded by a forewarning. It's possible to feel wonderful one day and then have everything fall apart the next. This creates panic in people's lives, and if these problems are not addressed properly, they may become debilitating.
Webbed feet, Proteus Syndrome, and even potentially cancerous growths have all been featured on TLC's 'My Feet Are Killing Me.' Despite this, doctors are always able to help their patients. Now that season 4 of 'My Feet Are Killing Me' has returned, here's all you need to know about the doctors who will be featured this season.
Dr Ebonie Vincent
Dr Vincent is a Temecula, California native. She is really interested in preventative health care and mentoring. Dr Vincent earned her bachelor's degree in biology from Hampton University in Virginia, a master's degree in biomedical science from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and a doctorate in podiatric medicine from Des Moines University. She then went on to Inspira Health Network in Vineland, New Jersey, where she completed a three-year residency program.
Patients of Dr Ebonie receive a comprehensive foot and ankle care as well as the most cutting-edge treatments. She specializes in the treatment of foot and ankle injuries, advanced wound care techniques, diabetic limb salvage, and foot and ankle reconstructive surgery.
Dr Bradley Schaeffer
Dr Schaeffer, the show's primary figure, has suddenly become the talk of the town and has made regular public appearances. Dr Schaeffer is a podiatrist who presently practices in Hillsborough, New Jersey. He is a native of Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Despite popular belief, the TLC show was not the doctor's first debut into reality television. Dr Schaeffer made a few cameos on Dwayne Johnson's endurance-based show 'The Titan Games' before launching his own reality show. Before that, the doctor began his adventure at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he attended college.
Dr Sarah Haller
Dr Sarah Haller has built a profession out of people's feet. The podiatrist from New Jersey has been practicing medicine for little over a decade and has just become a reality TV celebrity. Dr Haller was born in the state of South Carolina. Sarah acquired a fascination in going to new locations and visiting various cities while growing up on the shores of subtropical beaches and sea islands. You might wonder why she chose podiatry as a career path. Sarah loved ballet as a kid and had been a ballet dancer for 15 years, four of which she spent on pointe. She would have chronic foot pains. When the pain became excruciating, Sarah went to a podiatrist, who gave her an uncomplicated in-office treatment and recommendations to help her dance pain-free in the future. Sarah's doctor's compassionate and kind personality left a lasting impression on her during her formative years, and she went on to seek the profession.
Season 4 of 'My Feet Are Killing Me' premieres on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, at 9/8c, on TLC.