Meet the Physicians
Please note that our physicians often practice in more than one location to allow coverage to people across multiple counties. This changes occasionally based on the need of the community, so specific hours and locations have been left off of this page. If you have questions about their availability or clinic hours, please visit our Locations page for contact info for specific sites. You can also call 1-800-FOOT-DOC (1-800-366-8362) and be directed to the nearest clinic or call each clinic directly.
Jonathan Moore, DPM, MS
Dr. Moore received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1999. He subsequently completed a three-year podiatric medical/surgical residency including a Diabetic Foot Fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center. As a result of his hard work, Dr. Moore became the first foot and ankle surgeon to be appointed staff privileges at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.
Dr. Moore is widely published on numerous foot and ankle-related topics and serves on multiple professional boards. He was also named as one of Podiatry Management's most influential podiatric physicians in America.
Pamela Jensen-Stanley, DPM
Dr. Jensen is a graduate from the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa. She completed her primary podiatric and surgical residency training at the prestigious University of Texas in San Antonio, Texas with an emphasis in diabetes and diabetic wound care and is published on numerous diabetic and wound care-related topics.
Christopher Miller, DPM
Dr. Miller, originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati, and attended medical school at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed a three-year Podiatric Medical and Surgical residency at the prestigious Mercy Hospital/University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He is trained in diabetic foot care and foot and ankle orthopedics. Dr. Miller has also been named a diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.
Denita McDonald, APRN, MS
Denita received her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing degrees from Western Kentucky University. Even more so, she was recognized for her academic prowess by being presented with the Top Academic Award for academic excellence through her study. She is an ANCC Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and is also a member of the Kentucky Coalition of Nurse Practitioners & Nurse-Midwives.
Jeffrey Schnell, DPM
Dr. Jeffrey Schnell attended the University of Louisville for his undergraduate studies. He then went on to receive his Doctorate from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Miami, Florida. After graduating, he completed a three-year surgical residency program at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan. During residency, he trained in surgical reconstruction of the foot and ankle, diabetic foot care, and sports-related injuries. He was also recognized as a board certified wound care specialist.
Shannon Schnell, DPM
Dr. Shannon Schnell, originally from the Kentuckiana area, studied at the University of Louisville for her undergraduate degree. She, like her husband Dr. Jeffrey Schnell, graduated from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Miami, where she received her Doctorate. She then moved to Farmington Hills, Michigan to pursue her residency at Botsford Hospital in a three-year surgical program. She has received extensive training in pediatric, diabetic, and rheumatoid foot deformities. In addition, she has been named a board certified wound care specialist.
Phillip Hasler, DPM
Dr. Hasler is originally from Lexington, Kentucky but attended college at Brighman Young University followed by medical school at the Des Moines College of Podiatric Medicine in Iowa. Following medical school, Dr. Hasler completed a prestigious three-year surgical residency at the Salt Lake City Intermountain Medical Center where he performed a wide variety of foot and ankle surgeries along with an extensive amount of diabetic foot and ankle care
Jerry Roberts, DPM
Dr. Roberts grew up in Griffin, GA and attended the University of Georgia for undergraduate studies. From there, he trained at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and completed his surgical training in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Roberts is trained in advanced wound care and limb preservation techniques. While in Cleveland he received training in correction of flat foot deformities in adults and children, foot and ankle trauma, and total ankle joint replacement.
His professional priority is providing the highest level of care to the community. "If you are hurting, come in and, let us help you," said Dr. Roberts. "There are both surgical and non-surgical options to treat most causes of foot pain." He encourages routine foot examinations and preventive care for those diagnosed with diabetes as the best way to protect from infections and amputations.
Chad Cooper, DPM
Dr. Cooper graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Biology degree with plans to attend graduate school. He completed his medical education at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio and shortly after joined UF Health Orthopedic Department in Jacksonville and completed a three-year surgical residency at Shands Hospital. While at UF Health, he received extensive training in common podiatric surgeries, including reconstructive and post-traumatic surgery of the foot and ankle.
Ann Davis, DPM
Dr. Ann Davis attended George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia for her undergraduate studies and continued on to Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia to obtain her doctorate. Following medical school, Dr. Davis completed her three-year residency in Jacksonville, Florida, at University of Florida Healthcare.