Meet the Doctors


Dr. Taylor Robertson


Dr. Taylor Robertson on a Mission in Mexico

Dr. Taylor Robertson has always abided by the nobleness of self and mildness of character strength to not only lead but treat others with humility, integrity, and justice. He uses these qualities in his daily life and in the practice of podiatry.

Raised in the city of Shreveport, LA, Dr. Taylor Robertson graduated summa cum laude from Centenary College with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Moving to Florida to attend and graduate from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Robertson excelled at academics while being active in multiple organizations on campus. He was also elected by his class as the delegate for the American Podiatric Medical Student Association.

Dr. Taylor Robertson went on to complete a three year podiatric surgical residency at Memorial Hospital South in Hollywood, FL. At Memorial, Dr. Robertson received extensive training in Forefoot and Rear foot reconstructive surgery. He was able to perform multiple procedures under the guidance of some of the top podiatric and orthopedic surgeons in South Florida. He is trained in trauma, forefoot and rear foot reconstruction, diabetic limb salvage, and pediatric abnormalities.


Dr. Kristina Robertson


Quality of care is the foundation for which Dr. Kristina Barreiro Robertson bases her practice of podiatry. From an early age, she knew her calling was to help others. With a foundation of hard-working immigrant parents, her strong work ethic was established early on in life.

Originally born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dr. Barreiro Robertson graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Miami. A proud Miamian and Hurricane, she continued to volunteer in the community at various hospitals, schools, and homeless shelters while participating yearly at Hurricanes Help the Hometown.

Dr. Barreiro Robertson went on to Podiatric Medical School at Barry University in Miami Shores, FL. There she strengthened her love of podiatry and medicine. As a student, she took part in many organizations as well as leadership roles.

After four years at Barry University, Dr. Barreiro Robertson worked as a Research Assistant at Barry University. Through her research she was able to be a part of many studies. One study included working closely with the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track and Field team.




Dr. Barreiro Robertson then went on the complete a three year podiatric surgical residency at Jackson North Medical Center in North Miami Beach, FL. At JNMC, Dr. Barreiro Robertson was trained in Forefoot and Rear foot surgical procedures. She performed numerous trauma procedures under the guidance of a wide variety of surgical attendings. There she acquired a skill for ankle fractures, Charcot foot reconstruction, diabetic limb salvage, Total Ankle Replacement, and various pediatric foot ailments. Dr. Barreiro Robertson is bilingual being fluent in English and Spanish. She is also a published author in various podiatric journals.


Links can be found here:

-Early mobilization in bilateral talar fractures

-Healing Efficacy and Participant Outcomes of Chemical Matrixectomies Using a Hydrogel Containing Oakin

-AT THE COLLEGES: Oakin-containing Hydrogel Efficacious in Healing Phenol Matrixectomies: Study