Dr. Marcin N. Vaclaw Dr. Marcin N. Vaclaw

Dr. Marcin N. Vaclaw

Dr. Marcin Vaclaw was born and raised in Oklahoma and grew up playing and loving sports. He always knew he wanted to be in the healthcare industry, and while attending college, he became more familiar with podiatry. Dr. Vaclaw realized he could integrate his love for sports and athletics into a medical career and began the path towards a foot and ankle specialists.

Before leaving Oklahoma for college, Dr. Vaclaw had the unique opportunity to live in Mexico City, Mexico for two years, where he became fluent in Spanish and developed a strong connection with the Mexican culture.

After Mexico, he attended Brigham Young University and graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in clinical psychology. Dr. Vaclaw earned his doctorate in podiatric medicine from The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and trained at their state-of-the-art facility in Independence, Ohio. While there, he also received specialized wound care training from The Cleveland Clinic. Upon graduation, Dr. Vaclaw moved to The Woodlands, TX area for a three-year residency program at Kingwood Medical Center in Kingwood, TX specializing in foot and ankle surgery and medicine. He served as Chief Resident of that program. He is also one of the first podiatrists in the country to receive a Reconstructive Rearfoot Accreditation upon residency completion.

Dr. Vaclaw is committed to serving this community and understands the importance of educating patients on conditions as well as specific treatment plans for his patients’ needs. He is dedicated to pursuing the latest medical and surgical procedures in order to give his patients the care and attention they deserve. Dr. Vaclaw is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, Texas State Podiatric Medical Association, and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

Dr. Brian J. Conley Dr. Brian J. Conley

Dr. Brian J. Conley

Dr. Brian Conley grew up in Boise, Idaho. While in high school, he found a mentor in his family podiatrist who encouraged him to pursue his aspirations to become a healthcare provider. After high school, Dr. Conley moved to Fortaleza, Brazil for two years, and it was during that time he decided to follow the example of his mentor and become a podiatrist.

Upon his return to the U.S., he attended Brigham Young University where he met his wife, Kira. In 2009 he graduated from BYU with a degree in Exercise Science. After completion of his undergraduate degree, he and his wife moved to Chicago, Illinois to begin his podiatric training at The Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Conley completed a three-year residency program at The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. He served as chief resident and received extensive training with an emphasis on advanced foot and ankle trauma, rearfoot reconstruction as well as forefoot surgery. Dr. Conley finds joy in helping patients solve their foot and ankle problems to ensure a better quality of life.

Dr. Conley and his wife Kira are proud parents of two girls and a boy. He is fluent in Portuguese and enjoys spending time with his family, playing various sports including basketball, football, wakeboarding and fishing, and serving his church and community.

Dr. Clayton R. Toole Dr. Clayton R. Toole

Dr. Clayton R. Toole

Dr. Clayton R. Toole was born and raised in Huntsville, Texas. He grew up in a home of health care providers, and knew from an early age, that he wanted to follow in their footsteps and provide care to those in need.

Growing up in Huntsville, he attended and graduated from Huntsville High School and subsequently Sam Houston State University. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree, majoring in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry. After graduation, Dr. Toole and his family moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, becoming a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 2014. Always wanting to improve his knowledge and skills he rotated through numerous health care systems and podiatric practices in Florida, Oklahoma, Missouri, Ohio and in the greater Houston area.

Dr. Toole completed a three year surgical residency at New York Community Hospital in Brooklyn, where he served as Chief Resident. While in Brooklyn he had the opportunity to treat a diverse patient population, and see a vast array of foot and ankle ailment. He was also able to develop extensive surgical skills and provide both conservative and surgical care when appropriate.

Dr. Toole enjoyed growing up in the Huntsville area, knew he wanted to return to the area to raise his family, and serve the people and community he’d grown up in.

Clayton, his wife, Marci and their three children currently reside in the Huntsville area

He loves spending time with his family. He also ejnoys hunting, fishing, and is an avid golfer.

Dr. Trent L. Monson Dr. Trent L. Monson

Dr. Trent L. Monson

Dr. Trent L. Monson was born and raised in Naperville, Illinois as the youngest of six children. He grew up a competitor and loved playing sports. After sustaining a season-ending injury in football, he realized he wanted to enter the healthcare industry to help heal people and get them back to playing sports. Dr. Monson began exploring medical careers while attending college and discovered podiatry after a volleyball-related injury. Dr. Monson fell in love with the profession and quickly learned he could combine his love of sports with medicine and began working towards that goal.

While attending university, Dr. Monson decided to spend two years with the people of Puerto Rico and the West Indies. It was there he became fluent in Spanish and grew to love Hispanic food and culture.

Upon returning from the Caribbean, Dr. Monson attended Brigham Young University and received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Kinesiology with a minor in Spanish. Dr. Monson then went on to earn his doctorate in podiatric medicine from Barry University in Miami where he had the privilege of working side by side with the University of Miami and the Jackson Healthcare system. Once he graduated, Dr. Monson accepted a surgical residency at HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood and moved to the Woodlands, TX with his family. His surgical residency specialized in foot and ankle surgery and medicine. He received excellent training from multiple institutions including Memorial Hermann, Baylor College of Medicine and the HCA Healthcare system where he specialized in wound care and the diabetic foot, sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery, trauma, and Charcot neuropathy and reconstruction.

Dr. Monson is happy to call Houston his home and is dedicated to giving back to the community. He understands the importance of patient education as well as providing a thorough, tailored treatment plan that each individual patient needs. He is always continuing his medical education by staying up-to-date with the latest surgical techniques to provide his patients with the best possible attention and care that they deserve. Dr. Monson is an active member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, Texas State Podiatric medical Association, Harris County Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

Dr. Monson and his wife Star currently live in Spring, Texas with their family of three rambunctious boys and recently welcomed another baby boy to join the chaos. They love exploring the great outdoors and playing sports together as a family.

Dr. Cece Honculada Dr. Cece Honculada

Dr. Cece Honculada

Dr. Cece Honculada was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and grew up watching and playing sports. From an early age, she knew that she wanted to pursue a career in healthcare. A chance encounter with a podiatrist after badly spraining her ankle, during a paintball match in college, sparked her interest in podiatric medicine. Thereafter, Dr. Honculada continued to familiarize herself with the profession and its many fields, including sports medicine, surgery, and diabetic care, and she soon realized that she wanted to pursue a career podiatric medicine.

While growing up in southwest Houston, she attended George Bush High School in Fort Bend County. Dr. Honculada then attended The University of Texas at Austin, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She eventually moved to Iowa to begin her podiatric medical education at Des Moines University – College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.

After earning her doctorate in podiatric medicine, Dr. Honculada moved to Tucson, Arizona, for a three-year residency program at Southern Arizona Veterans Affairs Health Care System, where she received extensive training in foot and ankle surgery and wound care. Dr. Honculada also received excellent training in foot and ankle trauma and diabetic limb salvage at local civilian facilities including Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital and Banner University Medical Center (formerly The University of Arizona Medical Center).

Dr. Honculada always knew that she wanted to return to Houston after completing her podiatric education and surgical training. She is excited and grateful for the opportunity to be back in her hometown and looks forward to serving the community that she grew up in.

In her free time, Dr. Honculada enjoys spending time with her family and friends, fishing, playing tennis, and graphite drawing. She is an avid fan of all major Houston professional sports teams.

 

 

 

Dr. Teri Baker, DPM Dr. Teri Baker, DPM

Dr. Teri Baker, DPM

Dr. Teri Baker is a native of Barnsdall, OK. She completed her undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University, graduating with a B.S. in Nutritional Science. Dr. Baker completed her medical education at Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, IA.

Following podiatry school, she completed a 3-year surgical residency at St. Joseph Medical Center in downtown Houston, TX where she received extensive training in forefoot, rearfoot, and ankle surgery, trauma, sports medicine, and wound care.

Dr. Baker now serves as a teaching physician for the St. Joseph Medical Center residency program. In her free time, Dr. Baker enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, Michael, and their 2 dogs.

Dr. Bernard Danna, DPM

After forty years in the field of podiatric medicine and with much deliberation, I have decided to retire. It will be official on November 30, 2016. I will miss all of you, as I feel that you are like family. I have searched long and hard to find a doctor that I believe will treat my patients the way I expect them to be treated. After working with numerous podiatric residents from all over the country, I believe I found the perfect fit in Dr. Teri Baker. I feel that you will find her philosophy and bedside manner similar to mine. Dr. Teri Baker has purchased my practice and will be taking over on December 1, 2016. Dr. Baker attended Texas A&M University and completed her medical education at Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Baker then completed a three-year surgical residency at St. Joseph Medical Center here in Houston. I will truly miss seeing you all and thank you for being my patients for so many years.