Dr. Adam J. Teichman

Proud Partner of the St. Luke's Provider Care Network

Dr. Adam J. Teichman

DPM, FACFAS, Senior Partner

Dr. Teichman, Senior Managing Partner, is a highly skilled and devoted podiatric foot and ankle surgeon, having previously served as the Chief of Podiatric Surgery at St. Luke’s Hospital and Health System Sacred Heart campus. His specialization lies in managing intricate cases, notably excelling in diabetic wound management and limb preservation. His dedication to education is evident through his role as a surgical instructor at St. Luke’s University Health Network, where he imparts his knowledge and expertise to aspiring practitioners in the field.
Dr. Teichman earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco. Following graduation, he underwent extensive training in foot and ankle surgery and biomechanics. He completed his podiatric medical and surgical internship at Madigan Army Medical Center and Tacoma Veterans Affairs Hospital in Tacoma, WA. Subsequently, he pursued foot and ankle surgical training at St. Mary’s Hospital in Hoboken, NJ, where he gained comprehensive experience in foot and ankle surgery and reconstruction. His exceptional performance led to his appointment as chief resident during his third year of residency. With a wealth of experience and a steadfast commitment to enhancing foot and ankle health, Dr. Teichman is a valuable asset to his patients and the medical community. He remains at the forefront of podiatric medicine and surgery through active involvement in various organizations and affiliations. 
Notably, his contributions to diabetic wound management and limb preservation are widely recognized, as he lectures across the country and engages in research on these critical topics. As a surgical instructor and preferred provider within the St. Luke’s Health Network, Dr. Teichman extends his expertise beyond clinical settings. His versatility as a healthcare provider is further demonstrated by his past roles as the team podiatrist for the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks and Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs. Dr. Teichman holds the position of Medical Director at TrueMotion, USA, a company devoted to crafting cutting-edge running shoes designed to prevent injuries and elevate the overall running experience. Dr. Teichman’s national recognition is underscored by his featured appearances on both radio and TV platforms, including I-heart radio Res-Q HealthLine radio show. Additionally, he has been featured on the Lifetime Network’s Access Health show. His commitment to patient education and community health initiatives reflects his dedication to not only improving individual health outcomes but also advancing the field of podiatric medicine as a whole. 


  • Baskin ES, Patel S, Teichman AJ, Rossi F., “Topical Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy as an Adjunctive Therapy to Wound Healing” Chapter Four; The Wound Healing Manual, Lee B, McGraw-Hill
  • Baker J., Patel S.N., Teichman A.J., An Algorithm to the Treatment of Ankle Fracture Dislocations, , Foot and Ankle Specialist, January 2012, Volume 5, Issue 1. Pp160-167
  • Teichman A., “Has the Quality of Medicine Been Compromised by Medicare?” Network Magazine, Summer 2015 P.18
  • Carepenter S, Davis S, Fitzgerald R, Gehling, M, Kapp D, Karr J, Samies J, Shultz G, Teichman A, Weir D., “Expert Recommendations for Optimizing Outcomes in the management of Biofilm to Promote Healing of Chronic
    Wounds” Wounds, June 2016;28 (6 Suppl)S1-S20
  • Teichman A., “Has the quality of medicine been compromised by Medicare?” Network Magazine, Summer 2015
  • Teichman A., “Are Electronic Medical Records Taking the Care Out Of Healthcare?” Network Magazine, Summer 2016,
  • Teichman A, “Why proposed changes to Medicaid are a really bad idea.” Network Magazine, Summer 2017



  • Initial Management of Ankle Fracture Dislocations. Poster Presented at National Resident and Fellow Research Symposium at the Midwest Podiatry Conference. March 27th 2004, Chicago, IL. Awarded Silver Medal
  • Respond Registry Spring Abstract “Final Results of Respond Registry discussing the affect bioburden has on chronic wounds and how to manage bioburden”, SAWC Spring 2020.
  • Multimodal Approach to pain relief with High Concentration Capsacian 8% Topical System in a Patient Not responding Adequately to Gabapentin a Case Report, Nashville, TN APMA 2023
  • The Use of and Autologous Multilayered Leukocyte, Platelet and Fibrin Patch in Diabetic Limb Salvage, National Harbor Maryland SAWC Spring 2023