Originally from Jamaica, Dr. DuCasse and her family immigrated to the United States in the late 1990’s. She was a National Collegiate Athlete who fostered a love for athletics and the impact on the body systems. She has been volunteering for the past 10 years and thoroughly enjoys the time spent assisting in event organization for the benefit of patient education in Podiatry and General Wellness. Currently, she is completing a Peripheral Nerve Surgical Fellowship where she is trained in advanced microsurgical techniques. Outside of the office she enjoys spending time with her family and embarking on new adventures.
“Our patients are treated in a holistic way and I spend valuable time meeting with and listening to my patients who very soon become family. Becoming a Peripheral Nerve Surgeon has changed my life. I am freely able to give hope to many patients who have been negatively impacted by pain and loss of function. I am also passionate about the impact that diabetes has on our community and I am committed to utilizing my work to aid in a paradigm shift in treatment.“
– Sequioa DuCasse, DPM, FAENS