Laurence Dorman DPM

9570 SW 107 Ave
Suite 103

Miami , FL  33176

Phone: (305) 271-1564
Fax: (305) 271-5079
Mon to Fri 8am to 5pm
2nd and 4th Thurs 8am to12noon


Sports Medicine


South Miami Hospital
South Miami Medical Arts Surgery Center (MASC)

Central New England Podiatry Residency Program Fitchburg, (1979 to 1980) Massachusetts Residency

New York College of Podiatric Medicine
(1979) Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

New York University Graduate School of Public Administration (1978) Masters in Public Administration in Health Planning, Policy and Administration

State University of New York at Stony Brook
(1974) Bachelors of Science, Biology and Psychology


American Podiatric Medical Association
Florida Podiatric Medical Association
Dade County Podiatric Medical Association

Board Certified, American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine (1989)

Fellow, Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine

President, Dade County Podiatric Medical Association (2000-2001)

Vice President, Dade County Podiatric Medical Association (1998-2000)

Treasurer, Dade County Podiatric Medical Association (1997-1998)

Peer Review Committee, New York State Podiatric Medical Association (1984-1986)

Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Barry University College of Podiatric Medicine (2004-present)

Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Miami School of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Family Medicine (1990-1993)

Mentor, American Association of Colleges of Podiatric medicine
Dr. Laurence Dorman has been practicing podiatric medicine in the Kendall area for 27 years. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, but after visiting some family in Florida as a college student, the milder climate attracted Dr. Dorman to someday return to the Sunshine State. Today, he treats all aspects of podiatric medicine and regularly performs podiatric surgery in Miami. Dr. Dorman particularly enjoys treating children with foot and ankle pain, as well as dealing with sports medicine cases.

Dr. Dorman graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1979. While in school, he also served as the National Co-chair for the American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association and Dr. Dorman provided testimony to the Director of the National Health Service Corps, which resulted in the first scholarships for podiatry students in this program. Directly following graduation, Dr. Dorman completed a one-year residency in New England, rotating between treating patients in the Boston area and in central Massachusetts. After finishing his residency, Dr. Dorman practiced in the Boston area for two years and then returned to Haverstraw, New York, where he practiced for four years. Then, Dr. Dorman headed south to Miami and opened his practice, where he has been working for the past two decades. Currently, Dr. Dorman is also an Adjunct Professor at Barry University's College of Podiatric Medicine.

“I’ve enjoyed the fact that as a podiatrist, we can often give immediate relief to a patient,” Dorman says. “There are no other medical specialties that can treat a foot and ankle problem as successfully as we do.”