The Mount Sinai-Union Square Department of Podiatry provides expert care for people with conditions involving the foot and ankle. Our physicians are experienced in providing care for patients who have simple and complex lower-extremity injuries. Our team of specialists is made up of board certified podiatric surgeons, who collaborate with other physicians throughout the Mount Sinai Health System to provide comprehensive care. Our goal is to provide compassionate, high-quality foot care to all our patients.


We treat everything from the most common foot ailments to complex foot conditions, including:   

  • Arthritis (of all foot and ankle joints)
  • Fractures/dislocations of the foot and ankle
  • Infections (simple and complex infections of skin, bone, and soft tissue, including fungus, warts, ingrown nails, and diabetic infections)
  • Forefoot deformities (bunions, hammertoes, hallux limitus)
  • Diabetic foot care management
  • Heel pain/spurs/plantar fasciitis
  • Mid-foot and rear-foot deformities (e.g., flat feet, high-arch feet)
  • Nerve injuries (tarsal tunnel syndrome, neuromas)
  • Sports injuries of the foot and ankle (e.g., all tendinitis, ligament damage)
  • Wound care (advanced treatment of foot and ankle non-healing ulcers)