Bryce Paschold, DPM, FACPM
"I am a part of ACPM because I think it’s important to strengthen the profession by teaming up and having strength in numbers. It is easier to win privileging battles with hospitals when you have a group like the ACPM behind you.  

The relationship with ABPM has been a wonderful thing for ACPM, as this strengthens the College and helps to gain surgical and hospital privileging. I also have access to many CME and educational opportunities by being a member of ACPM.

I recommend any podiatrist becoming a member of ACPM in order to help strengthen the profession, but also strengthening their individual background. Being a member of ACPM will grant you new opportunities, whether this be networking or educational. You also will have a much easier time getting granted hospital and surgical privileging by being a part of ACPM, as well as having the opportunity to become board certified through the ABPM. All in all, strength is in numbers, and the more podiatrists that band together, the stronger the profession becomes."
- Dr. Bryce Paschold
Dr. Paschold is a 2014 Diplomate of ABPM and is board qualified by ABFAS since 2015.

He is currently in private practice within an orthopedic group of physicians in Bloomington, Illinois, and serves as the team podiatrist for Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University athletics.

Dr. Paschold lectures locally and has volunteered his services to the local health care clinic since 2015.

Dr. Paschold graduated from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 2011 and completed a 3-year foot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgical residency at Loyola University Medical Center/Hines VA in Maywood, Illinois, where he served as chief resident in 2014. 

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