Dr. Robyn Joseph is ranked among the best in Podiatric Surgery and Medicine.
She is Board Certified by the:
• Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
Her Doctorate degree was earned at Pennsylvania (Temple) College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Joseph then completed an intensive 2-year surgical Residency at Doctor’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado where she was trained in the most advanced foot and ankle reconstructive techniques and therapies. She furthers her education by attending yearly programs and workshops on the latest advances in the field.
Dr. Joseph truly cares for her patients and it shows. She is known for her wonderful bedside manner and spends quality time with each patient, listening to and educating them on the cause, treatment and preventative therapies for their condition. She also enjoys teaching and mentoring the next generation of podiatric surgeons by involving herself with the residency programs at North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center.
“I had several visit over several months. All my visits were in hopes of correcting major foot problems… I had major foot surgery to correct the problems. The surgery and doctor visits were above what I expected. The surgery was very successful!”
Dr. Joseph’s practice focuses on treating and resolving a wide spectrum of foot and ankle conditions for children and adults alike. She provides expert, individualized, conservative care to all of her patients. Surgical care is only implemented when necessary to reach a cure. She treats patients of all ages, from infants to children athletes, adult sport injuries, to reconstructive surgery, to diabetic wound healing to diabetes management, education and health and to geriatric care. Dr. Joseph’s years of experience equip her with the expertise to handle all foot and ankle ailments, traumas and diseases.
“Chondrosarcomas of the Foot. Diagnosis and Treatment”. Robyn Joseph, Joseph Cavuoto, David Klein, Gary F. Stones. Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association.
“Biomechanical Principles of Tension Band Wiring Applied to Fractures of the Distal Fibula and Fifth Metatarsal Base”. Dennis Parkinson, Robyn Joseph, Ronald Edelman. Journal of Foot Surgery.
“Grade 0 – 5: The latest Theories and Treatment for Diabetic Foot Complications”. Robyn Joseph, Joseph Cavuoto. Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
Hospital and Surgical Center Affiliations:
• Long Island Jewish Medical Center – New Hyde Park
• Day-Op Surgical Center – Mineola