• Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
• University of Utah/Veteran Health Administration Residency
program, Salt Lake City, Utah. Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
• Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind
Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, Illinois. Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
• Brigham Young University – Utah, Provo, Utah. Bachelor of Science in Zoology
• Brigham Young University – Idaho, Rexburg, Idaho. Associate of Science in Biology
Certification and Licensure:
• Board Certified in Foot Surgery
• Diplomate, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
• Drug Enforcement Agency
• Certified in Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy® Surgery
• Basic Life Support Certified
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified
• Certified MedE-Kast® Total Contact Cast Specialist
• National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners Parts I-II
Dr. Benjamin Marble was born in Alberta, Canada and moved at the age of thirteen to Northern California. Prior to completing his undergraduate education, Dr. Marble chose to interrupt his studies to serve as a missionary for his church. While in the Cordoba and La Rioja provinces of Argentina he served the people and while doing so became fluent in Spanish.
Dr. Marble is married to the former Mary Meyers and together they have eight children. Prior to making Pueblo their home, Dr. Marble and his wife obtained their undergraduate degrees at Brigham Young University in Zoology and Vocal Performance (respectively). Following graduation, Dr. Marble attended podiatry medical school at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois.
Following podiatry medical school, Dr. Marble completed a three-year residency program at the University of Utah. Important to note: a three-year residency is the most comprehensive residency training available for care of the foot and ankle. Diverse and extensive training included trauma, arthroscopy, reconstructive surgery, limb salvage, and general podiatry. He received additional training in biomechanics, wound care, and inpatient services.
Dr. Marble loves spending time with his family. He also has a fun loving spirit and often says when he is looking for his family, “I’ve lost my Marbles, have you seen them?” In the words of Dr. Marble, “We are excited to settle in Pueblo. With such friendly people, my wife and I can’t imagine a better place to raise a family.”