All our professionals at Ames Foot Clinic maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.
Mark V. Sorrentino, DPM FACFAS
At Ames Foot Clinic, our mission is to provide excellent medical and surgical care of the foot while treating our patients like we would like to be treated. We are committed to giving personalized service to all of our patients.
Dr. Sorrentino graduated With Honors as he received a Bachelor's Degree in Biological Sciences in 1985 from Loyola University of Chicago
Dr. Sorrentino graduated With High Honors with a degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) in 1989 from the William Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery in Chicago
Dr. Sorrentino subsequently completed a two year residency in foot surgery at Leyden Community Hospital just outside Chicago in Northlake, IL in 1991
Upon completing his residency in 1991, Dr. Sorrentino became an associate in the busy Chicago podiatry practice, Chatham Foot Specialists.
Dr. Sorrentino established his first solo practice in podiatry, Advanced Family Foot Care, which served Lilburn, Georgia from 1992-1996.
Dr. Sorrentino became an Assistant Professor of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at the College of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery at the former University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (now Des Moines University). While enjoying teaching a great deal, Dr. Sorrentino missed the patient contact element and then subsequently left the academic setting to pursue private practice again.
Dr. Sorrentino joined the McFarland Clinic, PC in 1998 in Ames, Iowa. He was with McFarland Clinic until 2001 when he wanted to take a few years off and stay at home with his young children.
After being removed from podiatry for a short while, Dr. Sorrentino has once again felt the great desire to return to private practice and has now established his new podiatry practice, Ames Foot Clinic, PC. Dr. Sorrentino is very excited to have the opportunity to again serve the Ames area!
My goal is to get our patients back on their feet and allowing them to be as active as they would like to be. This principle applies to everyone-- no matter what their walk of life. From children, to athletes, to seniors, we want our patients to have mobility and we want to keep them free of pain in order to allow them to maintain a healthy and independent lifestyle.
I enjoy working together with patients so we can together arrive at a treatment plan that they are comfortable with. I feel it is very important to keep excellent lines of communication open in order for us to achieve our goals.
I also am a firm believer in working with our patients who would like to exhaust conservative treatment measures before exploring more aggressive options.
Benjamin J. Willis, DPM
Graduated 2011 from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, N Chicago, IL
Graduated 2014 from Montefiore Medical Center PM&S 36mo. residency, Bronx,
Research: Plantar Plant Repair using Arthrex CPR system
Interested in plastic techniques for surgical closure and all aspects of
foot and ankle care, both surgical and nonsurgical.
-Originally from S.E. Idaho
-Served a 2 year ecclesiastic mission in Manila, Philippines 1998-2000
-Married 14 years in 2015. He and his wife have 4 children.
-Sports: enjoys racquetball and participating in Spartan Races.
-additional interested include: beekeeping, ham radio, scuba diving,
outdoor activities of all types and sharing these with his family
-Ultimately plans to go on podiatry focused medical missions to the
Philippines and other underserved countries as often as occasion will
--Excited to be in Iowa and raising his family here.
Theresa A. Brown, Office Manager
Erin Richardson, Medical Assistant
Ann Guthrie, CMA