About Dr. Levenstien
Dr. Todd A. Levenstien attended Binghamton University and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Biology. Dr. Levenstien received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree at the prestigious Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Levenstien completed his surgical residency-training program at the world renowned Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). MGH is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked MGH as one of the top five best hospitals in the United States of America. Dr. Levenstien’s hard work ethic, impressive surgical skills, and excellent rapport with the patients, earned him the position of chief resident.
Dr. Levenstien has brought his world class training to Long Island. Therefore, it is no longer necessary to travel into Manhattan in order to see the most highly skilled doctors. Dr. Levenstien has been conservatively and surgically trained to treat all foot and ankle conditions. Whereas most podiatrists only treat skin or toe nail related conditions, Dr. Levenstien has been specially trained to treat bone, joint, nerve, ligament, tendon, and joint issues. He treats professional athletes, everyday people, and children. Dr. Levenstien specializes in foot reconstructive procedures, including but not limited to the following conditions: correction of bunion deformities, fracture reduction, removal of soft tissue mass, tendon repair, plantar fascia repair, neuroma excision, ankle ligament repair, sport injuries, and reconstructive surgery for those with severe arthritis.
With over 20 years of experience in diagnosing and treating complex foot and ankle conditions, Dr. Levenstien is the wright choice.
About Long Island Foot Specialist, P.C.
Long Island Foot Specialist offers both conservative & surgical treatment services for our patients. We are committed to providing uncompromising excellence in the diagnosing and treatment of foot & ankle problems. We specialize in conditions that affect the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons , and nerves. Common conditions include: plantar fasciiits, neuroma, achilles tendonitis, posterior tibial tendon disfunction, sever's disease, tarsal tunnel syndrome, extra (accessory) bones, ankle sprains, broken bones, bunion deformities, sesamoiditis, flat feet, and arthritis.
Inside our state of the art facilities, we offer the most modern conservative treatment including: injections that work to repair damaged tendons and 3-D scanning for custom prescription orthotics. For those who fail with conservative treatment, our Harvard trained doctor can provide the most state of the art surgical techniques to fix you condition. Our team of highly skilled doctors, medical assistants, and friendly staff are dedicated, and will provide the highest quality of healthcare. Our genuine concern for patient comfort and effective treatment methods make us one of the most highly respected practices on Long Island.