About Dr. Michael J. Lynde, DPM
Michael J. Lynde, DPM, is a licensed podiatrist and provides a wide range of services to the children, women, and men of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at Newtown Foot and Ankle Specialists in Newtown.
Known for his compassionate and caring approach, Dr. Lynde is dedicated to improving the quality of life of his patients through education, surgical expertise, and cutting-edge technology. He specializes in the forefoot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. He is passionate about wound care and healing challenging wounds to get people back on their feet again.
Born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Dr. Lynde earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He continued his education at the Temple University in Philadelphia where he obtained his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine.
He then joined the prestigious San Francisco Bay Area Foot and Ankle Residency program at the Kaiser Permanente hospitals in San Francisco, Oakland, and Walnut Creek, California, to complete his residency and surgical training. During his residency, Dr. Lynde had the opportunity to train under many internationally recognized foot and ankle surgeons with an emphasis on complex foot and ankle surgery and limb salvage.
Dr. Lynde is dual-board-certified in both foot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is also a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
In addition to his surgical expertise, Dr. Lynde also excelled in academics and was a member of the Pi Delta National Honor Society and the Stirling-Harford DiPrimio Honorary Anatomical Society during his graduate years.
Dr. Lynde lives in Newtown with his wife and daughter. He believes in giving back to the community and is an active member of many local charities. He is a third-generation foot and ankle specialist in a bloodline of podiatrists, including his father Dr. William S. Lynde, who has selflessly served the communities around Newtown for more than 35 years.