Irving Yale

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Dr Irving Yale, DPM was a podiatrist at the Yale Podiatry Group which he started in 1937 in Ansonia, New Haven, Connecticut.

He co-authored The Arthritic Foot and Related Connective Tissue Disorders with his son, Dr Jeffrey Yale, DPM. He also authored the popular textbook in its time, Podiatric Medicine. Jeffrey continued it through to the 3rd edition of Yale’s Podiatric Medicine. He also co-authored the book, Clinical Foot Roentgenology with Felton Gamble in 1976.

An obituary on 4 April 1983 in the New York Times, noted:

Dr. Irving Yale, a prominent authority on podiatry and past president of the American Podiatry Association, died of a heart attack Saturday at the Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital. He was 68 years old and lived in Ansonia, Conn.

Dr. Yale was a professor of podiatric medicine at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Columbus at the time of his death. He also was a lecturer at the Yale University School of Medicine, the University of Connecticut College of Medicine, the Long Island College of Podiatry and the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago. He was born in Brooklyn and was the author of many books on podiatry.

From the Thursday, May 19, 1966 edition of the Culver Citizen:

In 1964 in his capacity as president of the then, American Podiatry Association, Dr Yale testified before a committee of the House of Representatives. This is the transcript:
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