He then went on to attend Barry University, the only medical school in Florida with a podiatric medicine program. There he earned both a Master’s of Science, and his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degrees.
Dr. Rowan chose a high volume foot and ankle surgical residency program at Palmetto General Hospital in Miami. There he trained extensively in all areas of foot, ankle and lower leg pathology including elective and traumatic forefoot, hind-foot and ankle reconstruction as well as infection management, diabetic foot reconstruction and limb salvage.
Dr. Rowan, is deeply engaged in philanthropy. He participates in the Yucatan Crippled Children’s Project as well as bi-annual surgical mission trips to the Dominican Republic, where limited resources, leave a vast population of the less fortunate with debilitating congenital and post-traumatic deformities of the lower extremity.
Dr. Rowan, has co-authored articles on topics ranging from infectious diseases of the lower extremity, to surgical correction of calcaneal fractures, which have been published in esteemed medical journals.
While Dr. Rowan is highly trained in many aspects of foot and ankle surgery, he uses surgery as a last resort, always first exhausting every effort to correct the problem with conservative treatment.
Although he has always been a resident of South Florida, Dr. Rowan is now extremely excited to serve the communities of Martin County and Palm Beach.