Mary T. Schuh, D.P.M. attended Podiatric Medical School at the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, a division of the Rosalind Franklin School of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois- graduating in 2001. She completed 3 years of residency training, including a "POR" Podiatric Orthopedic Residency (PGY-1) at the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Augusta, Maine; a "PSR-24" Podiatric Surgical Residency (PGY-2,3) based out of Healthsouth Surgery Center of South Bay/ Baja Project for Crippled Children, Torrance, CA with rotations at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, Pacific Hospital of Long Beach, Saddleback Surgery Center of Laguna Hills, and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Southern California and volunteered in Mexicali, Mexico and Tegucigalpa, Honduras for the Baja Project.
Dr. Schuh worked in the Gait Analysis lab and the Orthotic Lab at Scholl. Her student research focused on pressure and torque effects of high heels and her residency research focused on 5th metatarsal fracture healing with and without external bone growth stimulator use. She was trained in the Ponseti method of clubfoot manipulation and casting and one of the highlights of her residency training was being able to improve her technique with hands on guidance by Dr. Ponseti himself on a trip to his clinic. She is Board Certified in Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine. She is Board Qualified in Podiatric Foot Surgery and Rear foot / Reconstructive Ankle Surgery.
Dr. Schuh is on staff at Providence- Little Company of Mary Medical Centers in San Pedro and Torrance, Santa Monica Surgery Center, South Bay Surgery Center and an applicant to staff at St. Johns’ Medical Center of Santa Monica. She is an active member of Los Angeles County Podiatric Medical Society, California & American Podiatric Medical Associations, and the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine.
Dr. Schuh has run the Chicago Marathon, half marathons and many shorter distance runs, but enjoys running in the park and swimming with her dog, Bear at the Long Beach Dog Beach the most. She has been a medical volunteer for Special Olympics, the Chicago Marathon, the Los Angeles Marathon, & the Chicago Triathlon along with community service events such as the R.A.M. Free Health Clinic held at the Los Angeles Exposition and the Diabetes Expo in Long Beach.