Medical and Surgical Care of the Foot and Ankle
At Berks Foot Specialists, P.C., our goal is simple…to treat your foot problems in a professional, straight-forward, cost-effective manner.
Toward that end, we utilize the very latest proven technology, including a fully digital foot x-ray system, digital scanning for the creation of foot orthotics and an essentially paperless Electronic Medical Records system that is both more efficient, and more environmentally friendly than paper records.
Dr. Shollenberger is a native of Berks County, PA. He attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Biology.
From there, he was accepted at the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine (now the Temple University College of Podiatric Medicine), graduating near the top of his class. Following surgical residency at Metropolitan Hospital, Central Division in Philadelphia, he returned to Hamburg, PA and began practicing podiatric medicine and surgery along with his uncle, Donald C. Seidel, D.P.M.. Five years later, Dr. Shollenberger opened his second practice in Exeter Township, PA and has cared for patients at both locations to date. He is on staff at Tower Health, Spring Ridge SurgiCenter and Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center and sees patients at several nursing and retirement facilities.
Dr. Shollenberger is married and has a son and a daughter. When he is not caring for patients, he enjoys international travel, running, cycling and home improvement projects.
Dr. Quinlan was born and raised in Wisconsin. He became interested in foot health while working for
three years fitting shoes. He graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin .
David started his podiatric education at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. He was an active member in many extra-curricular groups including Sports Medicine, Running Club, Practice Management, and Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine. During his education, he worked in the Gait Studies Center learning how the manner in which people walk/run can cause pain in their feet. While attending podiatry school, he also met his future wife, Ashley, who was a podiatry student as well.
He attended a 3 year surgical residency at Roxborough Memorial Hospital. At Roxborough, not only did he learn about the latest in foot and ankle surgery, but he trained alongside Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine residents managing conditions for the entire body, as well as attending the Rubin Institute International Center for Limb Lengthening. During his third year, he was selected to be chief resident of the 12 resident program and managed communication between the director and residents as well as coordinating day-to-day activities.
In his free time, he enjoys running and lifting weights to burn off the calories from the foods he enjoys. He also enjoys traveling and technology.