Dr. Amir Dastgah is a board-certified podiatric surgical specialist. He received his undergraduate degree from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. He then attended San Francisco State University where he completed a post baccalaureate in Biochemistry and Neuroscience. Dr. Dastgah earned his medical degree from California School of Podiatric Medicine before pursuing four years of intense surgical training at Staten Island University Hospital (Long Island Jewish) and Beth Israel Medical Center-Mount Sinai/ Einstein School of Medicine, where he graduated as chief resident in both programs. Trained by world-renowned physicians and surgeons, Dr. Dastgah specializes in all aspect of podiatric medicine and adult reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. His special interests include trauma/arthritis of the foot and ankle, diabetic limb salvage, endoscopic and arthroscopic procedures, internal and external fixation techniques, osteochondral lesions of talus, limb deformity correction, and pediatric/adult flatfoot correction.