Dr. Joseph Quattrone
His area of interests and highest proficiency involve diabetic wound diabetes, infectious disease, trauma, pediatric conditions and infection management.
Dr. Joseph has performed more than 4000 foot and ankle surgeries in his career covering the entire spectrum of pathologies. He achieved board certification at the earliest possible eligibility point by The American Board of Podiatric Surgery. Dr Joseph is not only proficient in the medical and surgical management of the foot and ankle but also in biomechanics. It is this in-depth and comprehensive mechanical knowledge that has elevated his successes over all.
Dr. Joseph has over 20 years of experience medically, surgically and biomechanically managing the full range of foot and ankle pathologies including diabetes, infectious disease, trauma and pediatric conditions. His area of interests and highest proficiency involve diabetic wound and infection management including application of cutting edge diabetic wound care protocols and limb salvage principles. Along with limb salvage comes biomechanical offloading, custom insoles and shoe gear that ensure long term successes and preventions.
Upon his arrival to the northwest sector of Pennsylvania, USA, Dr. Joseph successfully transformed his previous shortage area lacking in podiatric skill into an area rich in podiatric talent and competence. He is now firmly planted and focused on the Middle East and the UAE to elevate awareness and to provide complete services for all foot and ankle pathologies through hard work, education and project collaborations.
Education and Training
- Pennsylvania State University: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, BIOLOGY (1985)
- Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 1990
- DOCTORATE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE (1990)
- Board Certified, Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery, #4081, August 10, 1995.
- American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Fellow, #95 – 453, December 1, 1995.