*Amanda McGuire, DPM

Personal Statement

My journey into the field of podiatric medicine and surgery started with a passion for life science and working with people. I had always planned on going into medicine, and loved being a teachers assistant in the Anatomy lab. It was my advisor at Michigan Tech who suggested I check out podiatry.

What I found was that virtually every organ system and disease can manifest in the foot and ankle. Diabetes, vascular disease, non-healing wounds, deformities or a sprained ankles and fractures are all things we as podiatric surgeons can address. It’s such a reward to be able to take someone’s pain away with something as simple as a shoe modification, and as complicated as surgery. During my residency I have enjoyed living in a small, rural community and am excited to tailor my career to care for this population.  I am so thankful to have found this profession, and I am so looking forward to sharing my expertise with the Princeton community. 

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Clinical Interests

Podiatric Surgery, Ankle Scopes, Trauma, Diabetic and At-Risk Foot Care, Foot and Ankle Reconstruction, Sports Injuries


Dr. McGuire received her Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine from Dr. William Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago. Prior to that, she studied undergraduate Biological Sciences and Psychology at Michigan Technological University.


Dr. McGuire completed her residency at Katherine Shaw Bethea Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in 2019, where she served as the chief resident.


American Podiatric Medical Association, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons


Dr. McGuire is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. She is also Qualified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery.