My name is Amyn Lakhani. I completed my bachelor’s of science in Microbiology from University of Georgia with Cum Laude, where I received a Dean’s list award for my outstanding performance.
Soon after, I went to Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine for my podiatric education and training where I received several scholarships including the Scholl Merit Scholarship, APMA Educational Foundation Scholarship, and the APMA J. Edward Stricker, DPM, Memorial Scholarship.
I then matched at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan for my podiatry residency training in PMSR/RRA-36 with ankle certification. During residency, I have had the opportunity to receive clinical and surgical training from six different hospitals affiliated with Mount Sinai.
I have had experience in treating patients with various different pathologies, socioeconomic backgrounds and age groups. Furthermore, I have received extensive training in performing forefoot and rearfoot surgeries, once patients exhaust conservative treatments.