Martina Randall, DPM, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon. Dr. Randall specializes in foot, ankle, and lower leg surgery and has a particular interest in sports medicine.
Her practice focuses on minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery of the ankle, cartilage restoration, trauma, reconstruction, tendon and ligament repair, total ankle joint replacement, and cosmetic surgery, such as bunion and hammertoe correction.
Dr. Randall graduated magna cum laude from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in 2009 and completed her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Temple University in 2014. While at Cheyney University, Dr. Randall was a member of the Women’s Basketball team, earning conference team accolades and NCAA all-academic honors.
Following medical school, Dr. Randall completed her residency at Palmetto General Hospital, specializing in deformity correction, reconstruction, and lower leg trauma, including complex peri-and intra-articular fractures.
After residency, she completed one of the country’s few foot and ankle sports medicine fellowships at Virginia Mason Medical Center. While there, her subspecialty training placed an emphasis on cartilage restoration, ligament/tendon repair, and joint preserving surgical techniques of the foot and ankle, which allows patients to continue with their athletic careers and recreational activities.
During her fellowship at Virginia Mason Medical Center, she assisted the team physicians for the Seattle Seahawks(NFL), Seattle Storm(WNBA), and Seattle Sounders FC(MLS). She also serviced other sports teams, including multiple semi-professional university and high school teams in basketball, football, and track and field.
Dr. Randall is well-known for her surgical skill and dedication to teaching. In addition to her surgical expertise, she is known for her humility, kind demeanor, and patient and friendly disposition. She treats every patient like family and believes that patient education and understanding are key to achieving excellent outcomes.
Dr. Randall believes in extensive non-surgical treatment options as well as advanced surgical techniques to help patients return to their previous level of function and activity.