Faculty and Staff

Renata Milman

Renata Milman, DPM

Podiatric Residency Director

Dr. Milman, a graduate of Temple University and Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, has been practicing foot/ankle medicine and surgery since 2014. After serving as Chief Resident at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dr. Milman joined Comprehensive Foot and Ankle as a private practitioner serving the Philadelphia community. Dr. Milman is board certified by the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery and the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. 

Dr. Milman’s interests in Podiatric medicine include diabetic limb salvage, elective foot surgery/reconstruction, wound care, and trauma. To date, Dr. Milman practices at three Philadelphia area offices, two wound care centers, multiple area nursing homes, she is an associate attending at three area hospitals and is a consultant for Podiatric cases at Nazareth Hospital. Dr. Milman enjoys spending her free time with her husband and three daughters. She can also be found sampling and enjoying the city’s finest restaurants or attending the latest concert at the Wells Fargo Center.

If you have the pleasure of meeting Dr. Milman in the medical wards, ask her about her about her baby girl, the newest member of her family.

Ali Anaim

Ali Anaim, DPM

Chief of Podiatric Surgery

Dr. Anaim, a graduate of University of California Berkeley and the California College of Podiatric Medicine, is one of Philadelphia’s premier podiatric surgeons. Better known in the Philadelphia community as Ali, Dr. Anaim has been in private practice since opening his own location in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia in 1998.

Dr. Anaim’s training ranges from Podiatric residency at St. Joseph’s hospital to Plastic Surgery fellowship at Temple Episcopal Hospital, while also completing training courses in Portugal, Florida and Texas. Dr. Anaim is best known for his expertise in elective foot surgery and reconstruction, as well as emergency trauma. He has great interest in world travel, and can frequently be volunteering his time obtaining prosthetic limbs/organ transplants for patients in need.

Dr. Anaim is currently an associate attending at three area hospitals, operates multiple Podiatric practices, is the primary author for multiple publications, and is the Chief of Podiatric Wound Care at Temple Episcopal Hospital. Bumping into Dr. Anaim will be easy if you head to the ground floor where the Operating Rooms are located. Ask him about his work/social life in the months following graduation from fellowship.