Dr. Sarah Haller Bio, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Net Worth

Dr. Sarah Haller

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Dr. Sarah Haller Biography – Wikipedia

This is what you need to know about Dr. Sarah Haller, an American tv personality and Podiatrist best known for her role on the television show My feet are Killing Me. She currently works as a Physician at one of the famous Essex Union Podiatry.

Dr. Sarah Haller Age

Haller was born in 1987. Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Dr. Sarah Haller Height

Haller stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Dr. Sarah Haller Family

She grew up in her hometown Greer, South Carolina. Little is known about her parents, also she has a sister, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Dr. Sarah Haller Husband

Haller is currently single and has not shared any information about her current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Dr. Sarah Haller Net Worth

Haller has an estimated Net Worth of $ 500 thousand dollars. Her career as a Doctor is her primary source of income.

Dr. Sarah Haller Education

She graduated from Barry University in 2013.

Dr. Sarah Haller Career

Dr. Haller is an American tv personality and Podiatrist best known for her role on the television show My feet are Killing Me. She currently works as a Physician at one of the famous Essex Union Podiatry.

She is also considered to be one of the top Podiatrists in the business who has gathered a large number of followers for her work and helping many patients to walk and deal with the problems on their foot and ankle.

she is a member of Essex Union Podiatry, a medical group practice located in Rahway, New Jersey. The founder of New Jersey Foot and Ankle Foundation specializes in musculoskeletal deformities, sports medicine, and post-traumatic reconstruction and revision surgery of the foot and ankle.

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