Paul Stone, DPM

Podiatrist located in Castle Rock, CO

About Dr. Paul Stone

To my patients and colleagues.

At the end of 2020, I retired from the clinical practice of podiatry.

After graduating for the University of Michigan in 1978 I began my training at the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in Downtown Chicago. I knew even then that I wanted to live in Colorado. I can recall the drive from Chicago to Denver on June 30, 1982 to begin my residency and career in podiatric medicine. Since then, I have been involved in every aspect of the profession from state board member, medical legal expert, national residency site visit reviewer, board certification proctor, surgery teacher and lecturer, and residency director for the Presbyterian/St. Lukes surgical residency program in Denver. I am proud to have helped train over ninety-five residents become excellent doctors and surgeons.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said that it’s “not the destination, it’s the journey” that counts in one’s life. It’s been a great journey, and now that I have reached a destination in my career, I am ready for the next journey.

Colorado is such a wonderful place to live and raise a family. I plan to continue skiing, golfing, hiking and camping, raising a puppy, gardening, playing music, and especially spending time with my new grandchildren. And of course, enjoying the tranquility that abounds in this great place. I have worked with many fine people these past thirty-eight years, none finer that Drs. Herzog and Carrington. They are both skilled and compassionate physicians. They had great training. Leaving you in their excellent hands gives me great serenity. Stay healthy and enjoy your journey.

Dr. Stone will continue providing Independent Medical Examinations, Record Review, and Expert Testimony after January 1, 2021.

Please contact our office directly if interested in any of these services.

 

 

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To my patients and colleagues.

At the end of 2020, I retired from the clinical practice of podiatry.

After graduating for the University of Michigan in 1978 I began my training at the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in Downtown Chicago. I knew even then that I wanted to live in Colorado. I can recall the drive from Chicago to Denver on June 30, 1982 to begin my residency and career in podiatric medicine. Since then, I have been involved in every aspect of the profession from state board member, medical legal expert, national residency site visit reviewer, board certification proctor, surgery teacher and lecturer, and residency director for the Presbyterian/St. Lukes surgical residency program in Denver. I am proud to have helped train over ninety-five residents become excellent doctors and surgeons.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said that it’s “not the destination, it’s the journey” that counts in one’s life. It’s been a great journey, and now that I have reached a destination in my career, I am ready for the next journey.

Colorado is such a wonderful place to live and raise a family. I plan to continue skiing, golfing, hiking and camping, raising a puppy, gardening, playing music, and especially spending time with my new grandchildren. And of course, enjoying the tranquility that abounds in this great place. I have worked with many fine people these past thirty-eight years, none finer that Drs. Herzog and Carrington. They are both skilled and compassionate physicians. They had great training. Leaving you in their excellent hands gives me great serenity. Stay healthy and enjoy your journey.

Dr. Stone will continue providing Independent Medical Examinations, Record Review, and Expert Testimony after January 1, 2021.

Please contact our office directly if interested in any of these services.

 

 


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