Meet your Doctor

  • Director, Division of Podiatry, Premier Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
  • Board-Certified Foot & Ankle Surgeon

If you’re looking for the best foot and ankle care in the Tri-State area, look no further than Dr. Finkelstein. His commitment to his patients, combined with his exceptional medical expertise, make him the top choice for all your foot and ankle needs.

Dr. Finkelstein is the go-to podiatrist in the Tri-State area, with a reputation for exceptional care and proven results. With years of experience in the field, he has become a leading expert in all aspects of foot and ankle care, both surgical and non-surgical. Dr. Finkelstein’s specialties include treating Bunions, Hammetoes, Heel Spurs, Orthotics, Ingrown Toenails, and providing Routine Foot Care.

Patients from all over the region flock to his office seeking relief from their foot and ankle ailments. Dr. Finkelstein’s approach to patient care is to provide personalized attention and top-notch medical treatment, always taking the time to understand his patients’ unique needs and circumstances. His bedside manner is unmatched, always making his patients feel comfortable and at ease.

Dr. Finkelstein’s expertise in surgical and non-surgical foot and ankle treatments has earned him a reputation as the #1 podiatrist in the Tri-State area. He stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in podiatry and incorporates cutting-edge techniques into his practice. Patients can trust that they are in good hands with Dr. Finkelstein and his highly skilled team.

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An osteotomy—or bone cut—is normally used to correct a deformity in a particular area of the foot. This procedure is done away from a joint, thus preserving motion in that area overall.


Magnetic resonance imaging is a sophisticated diagnostic procedure to diagnose the following arthritis, fractures, infections, injury to tendons or ligaments, and tumors.


Ultrasound is a very effective tool for treating and diagnosing a wide variety of foot and ankle problems. This is especially true for soft tissue problems: bursitis, heel spurs or plantar fasciitis, ligament, tendon, or cartilage injury, Morton’s neuroma, presence of foreign bodies, soft tissue masses, tarsal tunnel syndrome, and tendonitis or tears in a tendon.


Foot and ankle surgeries address a wide variety of foot problems stemming from injuries, disease or congenital deformities. These include arthritis and joint disease, benign and malignant tumors, bunions, calluses and warts, corns and hammertoes, flat feet, heel or toe spurs, ingrown toenails, and neuromas.