Meet Baltimore Podiatrist Dr. Mark E. Spier

With 25 years of experience, Dr. Mark E. Spier serves the Baltimore Metropolitan area for all of its podiatry needs. His practice offers care for the full range of foot ailments from fractures to corns.

Dr. Mark E. Spier is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery in forefoot and reconstructive surgery. He is proud to be the first certified PinPointe Footlaser (a treatment for nail fungus) provider in Baltimore.

Call Dr. Mark E. Spier today at (410) 833-0040, or browse our website for more information regarding our podiatric and sports medicine services, PinPointe Footlaser, or the doctor’s credentials. If you have any other questions or comments, please contact us.

Dr. Mark Spier proudly serves the Podiatric health care needs of Baltimore, Reisterstown, Ownings Mills, Locust Point, Columbia,Towson, Lutherville, Timonium and all of Howard County and Baltimore County.

Visit Us at Any of Our Three Convenient Locations


10796 Hickory Ridge Road
Columbia, MD 21044

T: (410) 833-0040
F: (410) 997-2441


11710 Reisterstown Road
Suite 208
Reisterstown, MD 21136

T: (410) 833-0040
F: (410) 833-0574

Locust Point

1626 E. Fort Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230

T: (410) 833-0040
F: (410) 332-1423

Dr. Spier's Journal

  • Tackle Toenail Fungus Before Summer

    We escaped winter without a scratch and now we’re ready for warmer weather, flip flops, and more sunny days ahead. All of this sounds amazing-that is, unless you suffer from toenail fungus. 1 in 4 Marylanders suffer from toenail fungus….

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  • Common Athletic Foot Injuries [Infographic]

    If you’re a runner, the arrival of spring means it’s race season. Whether you’re getting ready to run your first 5k/10k/half-marathon/marathon, or just starting your training for a race in the fall, injuries can plague even the most advanced runners….

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  • Ingrown Toenails

    If you are experiencing pain, tenderness, swelling, and/or redness surrounding your toenail, you could be suffering from an ingrown nail. This common foot problem is treated mostly with home remedies and medication, but you may need to see a podiatrist…

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