Dr Neha Pathak

Podiatrist

Dr. Neha Pathak brings extensive experience to her role as a podiatrist at Pathak Podiatry.

Dr. Pathak graduated from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, where she earned a doctorate in podiatric medicine. She went on to pursue a residency at Banner Desert Medical Center.

She is also residency trained in podiatric medicine and surgery at Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Healthcare System. Dr. Pathak works in affiliation with Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. She is fluent in English and Spanish.

She is currently located at New York, NY. She treats patients for a range of common and specialized conditions such as:

  • Over pronation;
  • Bunions;
  • Hammertoes;
  • Plantar plate injuries;
  • Achilles tendonitis;
  • Neuromas;
  • Ankle sprains;
  • Instability.

As a former long-distance runner and swimmer, she has a passion for diagnosing and treating sports medicine and dancing related injuries. Though Dr. Neha Pathak loves minimal incision procedures, she also treats various foot and ankle trauma such as foot fractures, ankle fractures and Lis francs injuries.

Dr. Pathak strives to use advanced medical techniques available in medicine to treat her patients effectively. She also spends most of her time with the patients to explain their condition and FOCUSES ON CONSERVATIVE CARE AND OTHER SUITABLE OPTIONS available to them before moving on to surgery.

She dedicates all of her knowlegde and compassion to the well-being of her patients.

Education and background

Specialties

  • Podiatrist

Board certifications

  • American Board of Podiatric Medicine

Education and training

  • Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
  • Banner Desert Medical Center (Residency)
  • Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Healthcare System, Residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery

Professional memberships

  • American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine

Awards and publications

  • Abnormal Development of Zebrafish Occurs with Col IV NC1 Induced Perturbation of Basement Membrane Structure – CLEAR Summer Research Project and Poster Presentation, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Provider’s gender

Female

NPI number

1538455548