Adam J. Ringler DPM

Hialeah Hospital Medical Plaza
777 East 25 Street
Suite 112

Hialeah , FL  33013

Phone: (305) 696-3444
Fax: (305) 693-6656
Mon to Fri 8am to 5pm
Wed until 7pm


2607 Polk Street
Hollywood , FL  33020

Phone: (954) 900-6464
Fax: (305) 693-6656
Thursday 1pm to 7 pm  

Mini-Fellowship in External Fixation 
(2002) Russian Ilizarov Scientific Center for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics 
Kurgan, Russia 

Palmetto General Hospital 
(2003-2006) Surgical Residency Program 

Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine 
(2003) Doctor of Podiatric Medicine 

Ashland University 
(1999) Bachelors of Science, Biology/chemistry 


Board Certified, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery  

Board Certified, Wound Specialist Physician, American Board of Wound Management

Fellow, American College of Certified Wound Specialists

Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 

Valedictorian, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine class of 2003 

Chief Resident, Palmetto General Hospital Podiatric Residency Program (2002-2003) 

Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine

Wound Care 
Diabetic Care 
Sports Medicine 
Workers Comp Injuries


Hialeah Hospital 
Palmetto General Hospital
Jackson North Medical Center 
St Catherine's West Rehabilitation Hospital


American Podiatric Medical Association 
Florida Podiatric Medical Association 
Dade County Podiatric Medical Association 
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons


Adam J. Ringler DPM
Dr. Adam Ringler grew up in Sullivan, Ohio, but came down to Miami 16 years ago to complete his residency. Once here, Dr. Ringler enjoyed working at Palmetto General Hospital and learning Spanish so much that he decided to stay in South Florida. 

Ringler now practices with Dr. Gary Keller close to Hialeah Hospital, often treating patients who have hurt their feet or ankles while on the job, or those who have a foot or ankle accident at any time. 

“My practice is focused on getting people well and back to work, so that we can minimize the time they are out of commission,” Dr. Ringler says. 

Dr. Ringler attended Ashland University in Ohio for his undergraduate studies. He then went to the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, which is now part of Kent State University’s graduate programs. Dr. Ringler did his podiatry residency at Palmetto General Hospital, where he met his current partner, Dr. Keller. 

Since much of his practice involves trauma injuries, Dr. Ringler wanted to learn more about treating patients without them having to undergo surgery. Therefore, Ringler did a one-year mini fellowship in Russia on external fixations. These are devices that are used to treat or fix foot and ankle fractures, as an alternative to surgery (or a way to reduce the size of incisions). “(External fixations) increase your options in the treatment of difficult fractures, and it decreases some of the complications from surgery, so patients may able to walk sooner,” Dr. Ringler says. 

In his time outside of work, Ringler also founded the Steps of Life Foundation in 2005, a volunteer organization that organizes mission trips to the Dominican Republic to provide podiatric care to needy citizens of the island. Ringler now travels to the Dominican Republic a few times a year.