Bradley T. Lemon DPM, FACFAS

Despite being born in Frankfort, KY, Dr. Lemon calls the Eastern Shore his home.  Having relocated with his family to the Eastern Shore when he was a year old, he would later graduate from Delmar High School in 1987.  While at Delmar, he was a multi-sport athlete earning post season honors in football and baseball.  He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Biology/Pre-Med from James Madison University in 1991.  He then pursued his Doctoral Degree from the Temple School of Podiatric Medicine in 1995.  He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

He completed his surgical residency training at The Kern Hospital for Special Surgery in Warren, Michigan.  Kern Hospital was the "first surgical podiatric residency program" and has produced a plethora of leaders in the field of podiatric medicine and surgery.  While there, Dr. Lemon was trained in the surgical reconstruction of the foot and ankle, as well as, the extensive treatment of diabetic foot related complications.

After a three year employment as an associate, Dr. Lemon founded Southern Delaware Foot & Ankle in 2000.  Since its inception, the practice has expanded into four locations serving Southern Delaware and nearby Maryland residents.  The practice provides comprehensive medical and surgical treatment of foot, ankle, and lower extremity disorders.

Dr. Lemon married Valerie Lemon in 1995 and they are blessed with two children.  Jacob is enrolled in the College of Engineering's Construction Management Program at East Carolina University.  Madison graduates form Delmar HIgh School in 2019 and has been recruited to play softball at Salisbury University.  For the past 20 years, Dr. Lemon has devoted his free time to coaching youth sports including football, baseball, and softball.  Twenty years ago, he established a scholarship program for area student athletes at Delmar High School who excelled in academics and athletics.  He has supported many local youth programs and non-profit organizations.  He is a proud supporter of the Good Ole Boy Foundation which supports local families in need of support.  He enjoys coaching, golfing, watching baseball and softball games, going to the beach, and landscaping.  The Lemon's also enjoy their two Goldendoodles, Max and Molly.

Dr. Lemon has published several publications and has lectured on various topics.  He is a perennial Top Doc in the Delaware Today and Coastal Style Magazine.