Ethan Gawith, Practice Administrator

Ethan is originally from Strong City, KS, a small community in central Kansas. After moving to the Kansas City area in 2008 Ethan gained experience in multiple clinic and practice settings and joined Kansas City Foot and Ankle in 2018.

When not passionately supporting his staff and patients, Ethan enjoys watching and attending KC Royals and Chiefs games with friends. Road trips and camping are other favorite activities Ethan enjoys with his family, including his two daughters.

 

  • Dr. Mark Green DPM

    Dr. Mark Green

    Dr. Mark Green is a private pilot in his free time. Dr. Green flies as a hobby, but also donates his time and talent to two different air-charity groups. When not in the air, Dr. Green also enjoys sailing, scuba diving, rock climbing, running and hacking away at the piano. Dr. Green, his wife Denise, and sons Tyler and Colin reside in Overland Park, Kansas.

  • Dr. Stephanie Jameson

    Dr. Stephanie Jameson

    Dr. Jameson enjoys spending time with her husband, David, playing tennis, running, watching college and professional sports, traveling, being a foodie, and going to the Lake of the Ozarks.

  • Dr. Daniel Hanon

    Dr. Daniel Hanon

    Dr. Hanon is an avid freshwater and saltwater fisherman, and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, photography and walking his dogs.  He is also active in Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City.

  • Dr. Corey Bess

    Dr. Corey Bess, originally from Ohio, is newer to the Kansas City area, arriving via Denver where he had spent the past year. Dr. Bess enjoys playing soccer, tennis, and hockey, as he has since high school. He’s looking forward to Kansas City barbecue, a good football team, and spending time with family who live in KC, including his new niece and his furry nieces – an Old English Sheepdog and a Bichon.

     

  • Dr. Ethan Knowlton

    Dr. Knowlton grew up in the Chicago-land suburbs where he attended North Central College and was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Upon graduation, Dr. Knowlton went on to earn his doctorate from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. He furthered his education in New England, completing a three-year surgical residency at St. Vincent Hospital and UMass Medical Center. His extensive training involved both surgical and conservative management of foot and ankle ailments, with a focus on sports medicine, wound care, trauma, and reconstructive procedures.