Heather Hall Morse, DPM, FACFAS
Originally from Michigan, she began her college career as an early entrance student at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay. She earned her B.S. in Pre-Medicine from Auburn University. Her Doctorate is from the Dr William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, in Chicago. She was the youngest member of her medical school class. Dr Morse completed a Podiatric Surgical residency at North Detroit General Hospital. She is certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. She has practiced in the Northside/St. Joseph area since 1989, and is one of the longest practicing female Podiatrists in the Atlanta area. Dr Morse has additional training in the use of therapeutic laser, which is a new option for treating many foot conditions including Plantar Fascitis and Peripheral Neuropathy. She teaches a class in prevention of foot complications for Diabetic patients and uses advanced treatments for Diabetic wound care. Dr Morse is married and has twin daughters. She enjoys competitive sailing with the Atlanta Yacht Club, and singing with the Michael O'Neal Singers. She is active in the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church of Tucker. She is on the staff of Northside Hospital, and Emory St Joseph's Hospital.
Charles F. Fenton III, DPM, JD
Dr. Fenton has been practicing podiatry in Atlanta since 1981. Originally from the Boston area, he earned his undergraduate degree from Stonehill College in Massachusetts and then attended the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. He completed a residency in foot surgery at Las Olas General Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Fenton moved to Atlanta in 1980 and served a one-year preceptorship with E. Dalton McGlamry, DPM of Peachtree Podiatry Group before going into private practice in Buckhead. Dr. Fenton has lectured at the local, state, and national podiatric seminars. He has written numerous articles for Podiatric medical journals. He is a contributing author to several medical textbooks, including "Comprehensive Textbook of Foot Surgery" and "Comprehensive Textbook of Hallux Valgus Reconstruction." He is certified in foot and ankle surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. In 1995 Dr. Fenton graduated #1 in his law school class at Georgia State University College of Law. Dr Fenton is married and has two children adopted from Vladivostock, Russia. An Eagle Scout, a private pilot, and a certified SCUBA diver, an Ironman triathlete, he enjoys swimming, cycling, running and adventure travel.
Jay E. Spector, DPM
Dr. Spector has been practicing in the greater Atlanta area since 1994. He specializes in surgery and sports medicine. Since childhood he has been interested in training standard bred racehorses, which relies heavily on gait analysis. Pursuing Podiatric Medicine allows him to put that knowledge to use with people in his chosen profession. He has been the consulting podiatrist for the Kennesaw State University athletic teams and has lectured for the Georgia Games. Dr Spector is interviewed often by The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and did a segment for CNN. A native of New York City, Dr. Spector earned a BA in Economics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. His medical degree came from The New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his surgical training in Atlanta with the Georgia Podiatric Surgical Residency program in 1994. Dr. Spector is married, and has two children at Johns Creek High School. Dr. Spector is heavily involved in both Cross-Fit training and Marathon training, and competes in 5K's, 10K's, Half Marathons and Full Marathons. This gives him an understanding in treating athletes because he knows what it takes to train and prepare for endurance type exercise, and to treat his patients in that framework. Dr Spector has completed 18 Full Marathons to date and counting!. Dr Spector is a certified Road Runners Club of America running coach and a race director, as well. Since 2013, Dr Spector has been using state of the art Amniotic growth factor injections in treating soft tissue problems such as Plantar Fascitis, Achilles tendonitis, Ankle sprains, etc. He is a member of Chabad of North Fulton. He has been involved in community leadership in the Atlanta area.
Raymond J. Noonan, Jr, DPM
Dr. Noonan Jr., an Atlanta native, joined his parents Drs. Raymond J. Noonan Sr. and Joann Noonan also podiatrists at their Buckhead practice in 1980. He continues a family tradition of leadership in foot & ankle care since 1952, and a commitment to excellence and to helping patients enjoy the benefits of healthy feet. He attended West Georgia College and the University of Georgia. He received a B.S. & Doctorate degree from the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, now a part of the Chicago Medical School. He completed a surgical residency at the Atlanta Hospital and Medical Center and is board certified in foot and ankle surgery by the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery. He enjoys community service and has spoken at various schools, hospitals and civic groups throughout the Atlanta area. He has also written several professional articles and has enjoyed his involvement with the Diabetic University teaching diabetic foot care. Dr. Noonan is married and has two daughters and a son and is a member of the All Saints Catholic Church in Dunwoody. Dr. Noonan enjoys travel, cycling, golf, sailing, organic gardening and is a Coast Guard certified captain. He is on the staff of Northside Hospital and Emory St. Joseph's Hospital.
Abigail Skov, DPM
Dr. Skov is a native of Snellville, Ga. She has her undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech and her doctorate from Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, the same alma mater as Drs Morse and Noonan, in Chicago. She completed her residency at the Atlanta VA medical center where she was trained in all aspects of Foot and Ankle Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Skov offers more advanced care techniques for the ankle and rearfoot and the latest approaches to Diabetic foot care. Dr. Skov is married and lives in Decatur. She and her husband enjoy supporting their alma mater at football games in the fall. She is a member of Trinity Anglican Church, where she volunteers in their program delivering food and support for new mothers. Dr. Skov enjoys traveling, gardening and trying her hand at pyrography.