Foot care is important for maintaining a high quality of life. Vascular conditions and diabetes can prevent healthy blood flow throughout your feet, causing health conditions or pain. Our team is here to help you achieve the best possible health by improving blood flow, preventing amputation and helping you achieve the best possible health and well-being.
Our vascular surgeons are leaders in all vascular and endovascular procedures. Our team delivers outstanding results, consistently higher than the national averages, because we are skilled at determining the most appropriate procedures for each individual patient.
Our team collaborates closely with podiatrists (specialists who perform medical and surgical foot care). Using the most advanced technology available, our team carefully evaluates each patient to diagnose your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve the best possible long-term results. Your care may include medicines, lifestyle changes and, if appropriate, surgery.
Our surgeons are leaders in surgical options for long-term health for feet and lower extremities (parts of the body from the hips to the toes). Using the most advanced options, including non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures, we help you enjoy functional, active health!
Limb salvage (limb-saving) reconstructive surgery and diabetic wound care: At Weill Cornell Medicine, our vascular surgeons specialize in the most advanced treatment options for foot conditions, including those related to diabetes, ulcers (open sores or lesions that do not heal over a long period of time) or PAD.
This is a complex treatment that is customized to help each patient’s unique health. The surgery may involve bone reconstruction, tendon transfer or soft tissue reconstruction.
Surgical care for foot, tendon or leg injuries: Our surgeons surgically treat any conditions from trauma to any part of the lower extremities.
To request an appointment, please fill out our form. Our staff will help you find the physician who best fits your individual medical needs.