Dr. Hubbard attended Chapman University in Orange, CA where she obtained her bachelors in
Health Science with Emphasis in Podiatric Medicine and a minor in Psychology at the top of her Class.
She then went on to attend podiatric medical school at Western University of Health Science in
Pomona, CA where she graduated first in her class. She went on to complete her residency
training at a competitive 3-year rear foot reconstructive and ankle surgical residency at Chino
Valley Medical Center. After residency, she joined the Western University of Health Science
College of Podiatric Medicine as an assistant professor. She helps educate preclinical and
clinical medical students as well as aid in conducting state of the art research for the university.
She currently serves as a content creator and editor for various podiatric medical journals for
continuing medical education, and is board certified and a fellow of the American College of
She has extensive training in Minimally Invasive (MIS) Bunion surgery and has a passion for
geriatric wound care and pediatric foot care. Whether surgical or non-surgical treatment is
required, she believes in a strong doctor-patient relationship based on trust, respect,
compassion, and empathy.