All our professionals at New Castle Associates in Podiatry maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.
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Benjamin Denenberg, DPM
Dr. Denenberg attended McDaniel college from 2001-2005 for his undergraduate training. He majored in biology and minored in art history. His Podiatry training was at Kent University College of Podiatric Medicine from 2005-2009. He received the Chi Hsuin U. Chu, PHD Memorial award for outstanding student in Gross Anatomy and The BERT Bernard Brosky, DPM award for the OCPM 4th year student demonstrating clinical proficiency and excellence in surgical skills . He completed his residency from 2009-2012 at Chestnut Hill Hospital where he was the Chief resident from 2011-2012. Dr. Denenberg is a member of the APMA, DPMA and AACFAS. He has lectured on many topics, some of which include Charcot foot, pediatric and adult ankle fractures and general podiatric medicine. His interests include running, diabetic care, physical fitness and wellness. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, fly fishing and playing guitar. Most importantly, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.
Peter E. Larned, D.P.M. joining NCAP in July 2016
A Delaware native, educated at both Tower Hill, and Salesianum Schools, Dr. Peter Larned spent four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served as a squad leader. He later attended the University of Delaware, where he studied foreign languages while completing his pre-medical courses. Inspired by a host of foot and ankle related injuries during his time in the military, he then began his career in podiatric medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. After completing a three year foot and ankle surgical residency at Inspira Health Network in Vineland, NJ, Dr. Larned has returned to his home state of Delaware. He is both excited, and honored to have the privilege of serving his community as a podiatric specialist.
Dr. Larned has extensive training in a range of foot and ankle conditions from degnerative joint disease, ankle and foot arthritis, sports injuries, fractures, bunions, hammer toes, to soft tissue disorders such as neuromas, cysts, wounds, nail disorders, and diabetic at risk preventative care. While he believes that the vast majority of conditions can be conservatively treated, Dr. Larned is well trained and capable of surgical correction, when it is needed.
Motivated by the “Running Boom” of the 1970’s, Dr. Ray Feehery has dedicated the past 30 years to the study of the biomechanics of running, and the prevention and treatment of injuries. Starting at Penn State University in 1976, he earned his M.S. in Biomechanics under the direction of Dr. Peter Cavanagh, one of the top biomechanists in the world. He then attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, and completed his foot and ankle surgical training in Pittsburgh, PA. Following the completion of a Fellowship in Sports Medicine, he began his practice here in Wilmington, DE in 1986.
Because of his training in Biomechanics and Surgery, Dr. Feehery has the unique ability to help his patients both surgically and through non-surgical means. Many of his patients are referred by the pediatricians for treatment of adolescent gait abnormalities, starting as young as 2 years old. He also enjoys helping the adolescent and teenage athletes, primarily dealing with overuse injuries. Most of his adult practice is made up of those people who are trying to participate in a regular fitness program. He has demonstrated an on-going passion for sports medicine and community involvement through his runner’s clinics, his high school scholarship gifts, and financial support of the running community with race sponsorships. He also works with the Delaware State Police Academy recruits and Special Olympics athletes toward the prevention of injuries.
His areas of expertise include Forefoot and Rearfoot reconstructive surgery, and repair of damaged tendons, and ankle arthroscopy. He is a Fellow of the AAPSM and the ACFAS.