Jonathan M. Cutler, DPM

Dr. Jonathan M. Cutler

Dr. Jonathan M. Cutler attended Washington University in St Louis, MO where he earned his BA degree. After which he attended Podiatry School at Dr. William M Scholl College of Podiatry and followed with his surgical residency at Johns Hopkins, Liberty Medical in Baltimore, MD.

Dr. Cutler has been a respected part of the medical community for over 25 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, a Board-certified foot surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He is also a certified Expert Medical Advisor (EMA), ensuring injured workers get the right level of care while preventing excessive or unnecessary costs for employers and insurance carriers.

As a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, Florida Podiatric Medical Association and an Executive Board Member of the Jewish Community Center of West Palm Beach, Dr. Cutler remains active within our community.

Dr. Cutler is a proud father of two boys, Jacob and Samuel. He plays a very active role in their activities, coaching baseball and attending hockey and tennis games weekly. He also enjoys spending time with his two dogs, Zeke and Sunny, playing basketball, cross-fit, floating, and longevity.


Brett Fried, DPM

Dr. Brett Fried

Dr. Brett Fried and his twin brother were born and raised by their father in Staten Island, New York. Watching his grandfather deal with diabetes on a daily basis, he quickly learned to appreciate the field of Medicine and eventually attended Medical school at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine in Manhattan, NY.

After medical school, his residency career started in New York City where his time was spent at four major hospitals: Metropolitan Hospital (Manhattan), Lincoln Hospital (Bronx), Harlem Hospital (Manhattan), and The Podiatric Surgical Clinic (NYCPM, Manhattan). One accomplishment that he is most proud of during that time was his contribution in helping those affected during the tragedy of 9/11. Hundreds upon thousands of NYC firefighters, police officers, members of the armed forces, EMS workers and civilians wounded at Ground Zero came to the medical station in St. Paul’s Cathedral to be treated. Dr. Fried, along with other podiatric/medical specialists, put forth countless hours treating the wounded in the symbolic pew where our first president, George Washington, attended weekly services.

After two years of surgical training in NY, he moved to Smyrna, Georgia. There, he furthered his surgical skills by completing a reconstructive foot and ankle residency program, which was associated with several hospitals and surgical centers in Georgia. During his time there, he took a trip back to NYC to marry his wife, Jessica, who has been with him since college, and has experienced and seen him through this medical journey. They have two sons named Jacob and Tyler, and a daughter named Maddie.

They then headed further south to Florida where his professional podiatric career began with South Florida Foot & Ankle Centers. He is currently on staff at several of the surrounding hospitals including JFK, Palms West, Wellington, and Lakeside Medical Center.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, a Diplomate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and a Board-certified podiatric surgeon. He also serves on the executive committee of the Palm Beach County Podiatric Medical Association, and is an active member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the JCC in West Palm Beach. He is fully licensed in the State of Florida.


Joshua P. Daly, DPM, MBA

Dr. Joshua P. Daly

Dr. Joshua P. Daly grew up in the small town of Grenada, Mississippi, the youngest of three boys. He followed the family tradition and attended Mississippi State University to pursue a degree in Microbiology. Dr. Daly was involved with multiple campus organizations and leadership positions resulting in his induction into the MSU Hall of Fame (one of ten chosen). After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, his natural interest in business and leadership led him to business school where he obtained his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree.

Dr. Daly volunteered many hours at a local hospital to find his true passion for people and surgery. He attended medical school at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in Manhattan, NY, where he served as president of his class and won many awards and scholarships for service and academics achievements. Dr. Daly completed training externships at top programs in the nation including Highlands Presbyterian in Denver, Colorado, DeKalb Medical in Atlanta, Georgia, John Peter Smith in Fort Worth, Texas, and Florida Hospital in Orlando, Florida.

Dr. Daly completed a three-year Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Residency training program at Florida Hospital East Orlando. He served as Chief Resident and completed various training courses on advanced techniques for internal and external fixation, joint arthroscopy, limb salvage, diabetes wound care, and reconstructive surgery for the foot and ankle. Dr. Daly won the first place prize two out of three years in the statewide resident competition at the annual Florida Podiatric Medical Association convention. After residency, Dr. Daly completed a trauma fellowship, where only six to eight positions are available each year, under world renown Dr. Kaj Klaue in Lugano, Switzerland. He learned advanced techniques in trauma surgery for the lower extremity.

He is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, and the Florida Podiatric Medical Association. He has performed over 6,500 surgical foot and ankle procedures and is board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery (ABFAS).

He enjoys spending time with his wife, Nicole, playing the piano and guitar, weight training, water sports, snow boarding, Broadway shows, and attending his local church. He has four children: Hudson, Ella Joye, Beckham and Isla Marie.


Daniel Elgut, DPM

Dr. Daniel Elgut

Dr. Daniel Elgut was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida where he attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Dr. Daniel Elgut attended the University of Florida where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a published thesis. He attended Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine where he finished with Honors.

Dr. Daniel Elgut completed a three-year Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Residency training program at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida. JFK Medical Center's Foot and Ankle Medicine and Surgical Residency is in a multi-disciplinary large medical teaching hospital with emphasis on lower extremity surgery.

Since completing his residency education, Dr. Daniel Elgut has limited his practice to re-constructive surgery of the Ankle and Foot, specializing in minimally invasive treatment of complex disorders of the lower extremity. Dr. Daniel Elgut is considered a re-known doctor in his field. Dr. Daniel Elgut is published in multiple research articles.

Dr. Daniel Elgut is dual board qualified and certified in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons as well as the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Daniel Elgut has extensive experience in arthroscopy, minimally invasive surgery, regenerative medicine (stem cell therapy, platelet rich plasma, and amniotic tissue therapy), external fixation, trauma, reconstruction, wound care, and forefoot & mid-foot surgery.

Lastly, one of Dr. Daniel Elgut’s most notable accomplishments is being a core attending of Podiatric Medical Resident Education. He has presided in this position for 3 years.


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