Dr. Robby John Caballes is a native to South Florida born and raised in Miami. From his early years, Dr. Caballes held aspirations of becoming a doctor. He attended Doctors Charter Highschool in Miami Shores, Florida where he became the second recipient in the school's history to be awarded the student-scholar athlete award. He then attended Florida International University and graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in the Biological Sciences. Dr. Caballes went on to pursue his doctorate education at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. Thereafter, he completed his 3-year high-volume surgical residency at Bethesda Hospital in Boynton Beach, Florida. There, he underwent extensive surgical training in all areas specialized to the foot and ankle including elective flatfoot deformity reconstruction, nerve decompression, ankle arthroscopy, total ankle replacement, infection management, and diabetic Charcot reconstruction/limb salvage.
Outside of the operating room, Dr. Caballes holds a desire for academic advancement in his field. He has authored multiple published literature works and has presented at national conferences during his surgical residency. As part of an initiative to provide non-profit surgical services to children with lower extremity deformities, Dr. Caballes was involved in a mission trip to the Yucatan Peninsula as part of The Yucatan Crippled Children's Project under the leadership of Dr. Charles Southerland. At the age of 29, Dr. Caballes has obtained the status of Board Qualification in Forefoot and Rearfoot Surgery under the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery.
Dr. Caballes was born into a family whose passion is seeded deep in the Filipino culture. When he is not with his patients, he loves to spend time cooking with his mother, Marciana, playing tennis with his father, Florencio and fishing/boating with his brother, Dr. Timothy Caballes.
"It has been a long road in my life leading up to this moment where I can finally use the knowledge I've obtained to give back to the community that helped build the person I am today. I am beyond thankful for this opportunity to provide services to those who need it most. Practicing medicine will come with many trials and tribulations, but I will always live and practice by this motto which has guided me throughout all my years -- treat them with the same love and care that you would treat mom and dad, and both you and your patients will prosper." ~ Dr. Robby John Caballes