Mark Tenny, DPM
Dr. Tenny was born and raised in Washington state. He graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Nutritional Science and Business. Medical school took Dr. Tenny, and his wife, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he received his podiatry degree from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 2014. During that time, Dr. Tenny served as a student elected delegate on the American Podiatric Medical Student Association. Dr. Tenny completed his three year surgical residency in Philadelphia at Roxborough Memorial Hospital with an emphasis in reconstructive rearfoot surgery and limb salvage modalities. He also received specialized training in treating pediatric, congenital and traumatic pathologies at The Rubin Institute of Advanced Orthopedics in Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Tenny is fluent in the English and Spanish languages. With a passion for helping others, he has traveled to South America on three service related missions. After two years of missionary service in Agrentina, Resistencia, Dr. Tenny was invited to join a medical research team in Bolivia, South America. While there, he was instrumental in developing a nutritional supplement for the nutrient deprived children of the Alta-Plano. Additionally, Dr. Tenny traveled to The Galapagos Islands, Ecuador to be an interpreter for physicians involved in Doctors Without Borders.
Dr. Tenny loves spending time with his wife and two boys. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball, golfing, running and has completed two half marathons and competed in a Tough Mudder event.
Eve Hui, DPM
Eve Hui, DPM is a board qualified foot and ankle surgeon. She discovered podiatry as a patient, when she was a young gymnast who fractured her foot and had to undergo surgery to repair it.
She went on to compete as an NCAA Division I gymnast while she attended University of California at Davis for her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Biology. She received her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, California.
Dr. Hui completed her residency at Kaiser Permanente North Bay Consortium in Vallejo, California where she was Chief Resident in her 3rd year. During her residency, she rotated at numerous facilities including Kaiser Vallejo, Kaiser Vacaville, Kaiser San Rafael, Kaiser Santa Rosa, San Francisco General Hospital, and Highland Hospital. Her diverse training included biomechanics, casting for orthotics, wound care, surgery in elective forefoot and rearfoot reconstruction, trauma, limb salvage and complex revision surgery. She had the privilege during residency to travel to Vietnam for a medical mission trip to provide care to the underserved.
Dr. Hui’s experiences as a patient had a lasting impact on her, and she strives to provide the same care and expertise that she was once shown. She is very passionate about what she does and looks forward to meeting you and providing every individual with the best possible care.
When Dr. Hui is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and 2 dogs. She is a major “foodie”, loves trying new restaurants, taking photos, reading, and working out.
Shanti Balkissoon-Castillo, DPM
I am originally from Toronto, Canada. I moved to NYC where I received my doctorate of medicine from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. My surgical residency was completed in Tucson, AZ. We moved to Denver after that where I was employed at the Denver Health Medical Center for 2 years.
I was fortunate to find a position here in New Mexico in 2002. My husband is originally from NM.
Through active listening and careful questioning, along with a complete physical exam, I am able to deliver high quality care using advanced treatments in podiatric medicine. I am interested in helping people lead active, pain free lifestyles, along with wound care and diabetic foot care prevention. I have over 25 years of experience and have been practicing here in Albuquerque for almost 20 years. I enjoy photography as a hobby and side job. I love hiking, Zumba and traveling with my husband and 3 older children. I also have a sweet pup who I love very much.
Gerard Kerbleski, DPM
Dr. Kerbleski graduated from The University of Santa Clara with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1983. He did graduate studies in Immunogenetics as San Diego State University. In 1984, he attended the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago (now part of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science) and obtained his DPM in 1988. Upon graduation, Dr. Kerbleski completed his residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at the VA Regional Medical Center in Albuquerque. He is Board Certified by both the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine.
Dr. Kerbleski started Podiatry Associates of New Mexico, LTD in 1990, later renamed to Foot and Ankle Associates of NM. The practice was combined with New Mexico Foot and Ankle Institute in 2018. He has an expertise in foot surgery, diabetic foot care, diabetic and vascular wounds. He is a former consulting physician with Sandia National Labs having been one of the original members of the Health Management Team in 2001.He volunteered for ten years at the University of New Mexico Student Health Center running a Podiatry Clinic for students from 1990 to 2001. He previously served as Treasurer for many years for the New Mexico Podiatric Medical Association and is a Past-President of Division IV of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He still serves as a mentor for that division and has happily attended and participated in the hooding ceremonies at the graduation exercises of several of the Physicians he has mentored.