- TLC's new sequence, My Toes Are Killing Me, premiered in January, 2020.
- It stars Ebonie Vincent and Brad Schaeffer, two daring foot and ankle surgeons who deal with some fairly gnarly circumstances.
- Males's Well being readers could acknowledge Dr. Brad from one other TV present—one which includes Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
They are saying we're dwelling within the golden age of tv, and by no means has that been more true when TLC introduced the 2020 premiere of My Toes Are Killing Me, a model new present—because the title suggests—about individuals whose ft are killing them. Billed as a "Dr. Pimple Popper companion sequence," My Toes Are Killing Me follows two foot docs as they deal with a plethora of holy-crap-what-is-that circumstances, together with gnarly bunions and funky growths.
Certainly one of these intrepid docs is Dr. Ebonie Vincent, a California-based foot and ankle surgeon. The opposite is Dr. Brad Schaeffer, who within the sequence promo un-ironically utters the phrases "each foot is sort of a story." (I am telling you, this present will win Emmys!) When you're busy being wowed by his foot and ankle experience, you may additionally be questioning the place you have seen Dr. Brad earlier than. I am going to offer you a clue: It includes The Rock.
Here is what to find out about Dr. Brad Schaeffer from TLC's My Toes Are Killing Me.
Dr. Brad is a foot and ankle surgeon in New Jersey.
He is on the crew at Household Foot & Ankle Specialists in Hillsborough and Piscataway, New Jersey.
In keeping with his bio, he performed collegiate baseball at Palm Seaside Atlantic College in West Palm Seaside, Florida, earlier than heading again north to attend the Temple College College of Podiatric Medication in Philadelphia.
Dr. Brad appeared on The Titan Video games.
If Dr. Brad seems acquainted, it could be since you've seen him on NBC's The Titan Video games—sure, The Rock's health competitors present—the place he made it to the semifinals. Schaeffer competed on the present at age 34. Here is a video of him utilizing "surgical precision" to grasp the Tower Drop problem: