Dr. Arrhenius received his medical degree from the Des Moines University
College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. He completed his residency
with an emphasis in foot and ankle surgery at the Detroit Medical Center,
which included Detroit Receiving Hospital and Children's Hospital
of Michigan, both of which are level one trauma centers. He is now board
certified in foot and rearfoot/ankle surgery by the American Board of
Foot and Ankle Surgery.
His extensive training in orthopedic and podiatric surgery includes specializing
in trauma, adult and pediatric foot and ankle surgery, ankle arthroscopy,
chronic ankle pain, and forefoot surgery including bunions, hammertoes,
and flat foot repair. He has had repeated exposure to the challenges of
diabetic patients performing limb salvage, skin grafts, and amputations.
As a former intercollegiate track and field athlete, he has a special interest
in the diagnosing and treating sports injuries and pathology. Dr. Arrhenius
comes from a family of athletes and continues to participate in weight
training, track and field, and basketball. He grew up in Orem, Utah. He
is fluent in Swedish and enjoys camping, fishing and spending time with
his wife Amanda, three daughters and son.