Accepting New Patients
Phone: (850) 769-0325
Fax: (850) 769-4476
2201 Jenks Avenue
Panama City, FL 32405

Dr. Shayne R. Jensen, DPM

Education and Medical Training
•  Fellowship
    American College of Foot & Ankle Surgery

•  Surgical Residency
    Kaiser Permanente Health Maintenance Organization
    Sacramento, CA
    July 1999- June 2000

    Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Albuquerque, NM
    July 1997- June 1999

•  Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
    San Francisco, CA
    May 1997

•  Undergraduate Degree
    Utah State University
    Logan, UT
    B.S. Industrial Hygiene, Minor Chemistry & Biology, Cum Laude
    May 1993

Thirty-six month program with extensive training in elective forefoot, rear foot, ankle and lower leg surgery, with a high volume of foot and ankle trauma, diabetic limb salvage, and foot and ankle reconstructive surgery with the application of both internal and external fixation devices.

Variety of surgical and medical rotations: Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Orthopedic Medicine, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Infectious Disease, Anesthesiology, Radiology, and Pathology.

Comprehensive clinical training in hospital patient management and outpatient treatment at both the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente Health Maintenance Organization.


Honors and Awards•  Phi Delta Honor Society, 1997
•  CCPM Academic Honors, 1993-1997
•  Scholarship, Western Commission on Health Education, 1993-1997
•  First Place, CCPM Research Symposium, 1996
•  Honorable Mention, Resident Research Symposium, 1996

Professional Work History •  Gulf Coast Podiatry, 1999-present
•  Gulf Coast Medical Center, 1999-present
•  Bay Medical Center, 1999-present
•  Panama City Surgery Center, 2003-present

Research and Publications•   Rearfoot Fusions in Patients with Neuroarthropathy using Intramedullary Nails, 1999
•   “A Prospective Analysis on Dynamic Plantar Pressures and Diabetic Ulcers.”
     Disease Management and Clinical Outcomes Volume 3 (1) January/February 1999
•   “The Role of Dynamic Plantar Pressures in Diabetic Foot Ulcers.”
     Diabetes Care, 20 (5): 855-858, 1997

Presentations •  Monthly Diabetic Education Lectures
•  Carey Tingley Hospital/ Grand Rounds, Charcot Arthropathy
•  Western Podiatric Medical Conference, Palm Springs, CA
•  Western Podiatric Medical Conference, Monterey, CA
•  Surgical Extern, Paete, Philippines
•  Lecturer, General Podiatric Clinic Lecture Series

Professional Membership •  Florida Podiatric Medical Association
•  American Podiatric Medical Association

Additional Accomplishments •  1st Physician to place a total ankle replacement in Bay County
•  Certified TAA, Salto Tournier
•  Only Physician in Bay County certified with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery in reconstructive
    rearfoot ankle surgery
•  Hospital Board Bylaws Committee 2006-present
•  Lecture/Presenter at Fall SAWC Conference “Role of Surgery in the Diabetic Foot”
•  Certified American Board of Podiatry Physician
•  Diabetic Educator for University of Florida extension 2005-present
•  Former Wound Care Director at Gulf Coast Wound Care
•  Staff Physician Gulf Coast Wound Care 2001-present
•  Development/Research team to improve internal fixation for hammertoes Paragon 28
•  Development/Research with bone grafts and titanium mesh for rearfoot reconstruction
•  Boy Scout leader Troop 324, Bay County