larry.jpgLaurence D. Landau, DPM

Laurence Landau, DPM has been practicing Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in the NY Metro Area for over 15 Years.

He currently serves as the Past President of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, Nassau Division and has a seat on the executive board of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, Manhattan Division. He is also the co-director of the residency program in foot and ankle surgery starting at St. Joseph Hospital, a member of Catholic Health System.

Dr. Landau is a panel physician at the St. Joseph Hospital wound care center in Bethpage, where he practices wound care and hyperbaric medicine. He is also on staff at North shore Manhasset, Long Island Jewish and North shore Plainview hospitals. Dr. Landau has been a panel physician in wound care for over 6 years.

Dr. Landau is dually board certified in wound care. He is a fellow of the American Professional Wound Care Association and the American Board of Wound Healing. His expertise in this field is well known to the many physicians in New York State who refer him their most difficult cases.

Dr. Landau grew up in Valley Stream, NY and attended Valley Stream South High School where he graduated in 1981.  Dr. Landau graduated from Clark University in 1985 with a B.A. in Biology. He went on to study biology on the graduate level at Columbia University the following year. In 1992 he graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree. He went on to two years of residency training in Podiatric medicine and surgery, the second year at Wyckoff Heights Hospital and New York Hospital Queens, a Cornell University program, under director Dr. Charles Lombardi.

Dr. Landau is on site at our office in Bethpage Monday thru Friday, hours by appointment. He is also in the Franklin Square office on Fridays and by appointment.

He practices all aspects Podiatry, Podiatric medicine and surgery. He accepts most major insurance plans and treats all conditions and problems of the foot and ankle from the simplest to the most complex using conservative as well as surgical techniques and therapies.

 

Corrine_1.jpgCorrine E. Renne, DPM

Corrine E. Renne, DPM has been practicing Podiatric Medicine and surgery in the NY Metro Area for 11 years.

She currently serves as the President of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, Brooklyn Division, she also serves as a member of the Public Education and Information Committee for New York State. Dr Renne has had a state position for 9 years. She serves as a panel physician for various pharmaceutical companies and lectures at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine to students in the medical profession. Dr. Renne is currently performing research in the area of Dematopathology of the foot and Ankle as well as fungal nails and ulcer care.

Dr. Renne is on staff at St. Joseph Hospital Wound Care Center in Bethpage where she works with wound care and hyperbaric medicine as well as all aspects of podiatry including neuroectomy procedures, Platelet Rich Plasma injections and Pednet vascular testing, diabetic maintenance and control with limb salvage. She is also on Pro Health, Brook Plaza Surgical Center, Interfaith Medical Center, Mount Sinai Hospital, Gramercy Surgical Center and West Fifth Surgical Center. Dr Renne has been a wound care panel physician for the past 2 years.

Dr. Renne is dually board certified in wound care. She is a fellow of the American Professional Wound Care Association and the American Board of Wound Healing. Dr. Renne is also an associate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and is board Eligible. Dr. Renne is currently an associate of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and is board Eligible. She is well liked and respected by her peers and is often referred difficult cases from her colleges in wound care and surgery.

Dr. Renne is a native to Long Island, growing up in Franklin Square. She went to H. Frank Carey High School and was a member of the Honors program and attended Adelphi University in her last year. She also took the SAT at age 12 through John Hopkins and was invited to attend their University. Dr. Renne graduated from St. Johns University in 2002 with a B.S. in Biology and a dual minor in Pre Medical Sciences and Italian. During her schooling she has attended both the Queens, NY and Rome, Italy Campuses. In 2006 she graduated with high honors in Genetics from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine (a division of Columbia University Medical Center) with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree. She then went on to a two year surgical residency at Caritas under director Dr. Michael Dellacorte at St. Vincents Hospital, St. Johns Hospital, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Staten Island Hospital, Wykoff Heights Hospital and New Island Hospital-now St. Josephs Hospital. Dr. Renne received her Hyperbaric certification in 2012 from Winthrop Hospital.

She practices all aspects of Podiatry, Podiatric medicine and Surgery. She is a kind hearted and intelligent women who makes every patient feel at home and comfortable while providing the very best in Podiatric medical care. She accepts most major insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid. Dr. Renne treats all conditions of the foot and ankle from the simplest to the most complex using conservative as well as surgical techniques and therapies. She looks forward to meeting and providing excellent Podiatric care to you and your family.

Dr. Renne is in our Franklin Square office Tuesdays and Thursday, hours by appointment. She is also in our Bethpage office on Wednesday, by appointment.

 

dr scott gawlikScott C. Gawlik, DPM, FACFAS

Doctor Gawlik is involved in all aspects of podiatric care. Having received a soccer scholarship in conjunction with his undergraduate degree, he understands the many aspects of sports medicine and how It relates to the foot and ankle. As chief resident he underwent extensive training in diabetic foot care including wound care management and limb salvage. Since his residency he has remained on staff continuing to lecture and educate the foot and ankle surgeons of the future. The office has a direct correlation with the NYM wound care center and team of doctors to heal some of the most difficult cases of diabetic foot pathology.

The doctor is board certified in foot surgery and works together with his partners to provide the highest quality and outcomes in elective and non-elective surgery. He offers the most up to date techniques available. Part of the surgical experience is being able to communicate easily with the patient and his positive results reflect the patient's full understanding of both the pre and post-operative courses. Being a father of three young children he enjoys the experience of dealing with the pediatric patient. The latest advancements in foot and ankle biomechanical assessments have aided the doctor in correcting many foot conditions as the developmental stages take place.

 

Susan Amico, DPMSusan Amico, DPM

Susan Amico, DPM has been practicing podiatric medicine and surgery in the New York metro area for 30 years.

She is currently the Treasurer of the Kings division of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association for the last 2 years and previously served as secretary.

She has been a member of the NYSPMA and the American Podiatric Medical Association since 1984.

Dr. Amico is a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine and an associate of the American College of Foot and Ankle surgeons. She is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Amico is on staff at the Richmond University Medical Center and Northwell Health – S.I.U.H., both on Staten Island, NY. She previously was employed by the Levit Medical Center of Brooklyn, NY and NYU Langone – Brooklyn Podiatry Association. Dr. Amico still has two private offices, one in Bayridge Brooklyn and the other in Huguenot, S.I., NY.

She is a native of Bayridge, Brooklyn attended St. Anselm Grammar School and Fort Hamilton High School, graduating both with honors. She later graduated from Staten Island Community College with an A.A.S. in medical technology and went on to Richmond College of Staten Island where she received a B.S. in medical technology. Dr. Amico also did a one year course in Cyto technology and is a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathology. She worked as a cytotechnologist before and during her podiatry school training at N.Y.U. Medical Center. She furthered her education by attending the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and graduated with honors in 1984.

She went on to complete a surgical residency at the VA Medical Center of Washington D.C. and was the first women podiatry resident that was accepted.

Dr. Amico is an understanding, compassionate doctor who has many patients that follow her for years.

 

Marwa Sayed DPMMarwa Sayed, DPM

Dr. Marwa Sayed has been practicing Podiatric Medicine for the past 8 years.

Dr. Sayed graduated from Temple University with a B.S. in Biology in 2002. She then graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 2006. She went on to two years of residency training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Cooper University Hospital in South Jersey.

Prior to relocating to New York, Dr. Sayed had a successful private practice in Bridgeview Illinois.

Dr. Sayed practices all aspects of Podiatry with focus on primary care, diabetic care and wound care.

Dr. Sayed is fluent in English and Arabic. She treats all patients with kindness, compassion and care.

 

 

yana-akselrud-dpmYana Akselrud, DPM

Yana Akselrud, DPM has been practicing Podiatric medicine and surgery in the NY metro area for the past several years. Dr. Akselrud is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and is board qualified by the American board of Podiatric Surgery. Dr. Akselrud was born in Ukraine but was raised in Brooklyn since the age of two. Dr. Akselrud is a native Russian speaker and is proficient in Spanish.

Dr. Akselrud received her Bachelor of Arts degree from CUNY Hunter College and went on to receive her doctorate degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. She then completed her medicine and surgery training at NYU Lutheran Medical Center based in Brooklyn where she was extensively trained in forefoot as well as rearfoot surgery. Dr. Akselrud is currently on staff at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center and splits her time working in Brooklyn as well as Long Island.

 

 

Audrey Abatemarco, DPMAudrey Abatemarco, DPM

Dr. Abatemarco graduated Cum Laude from the celebrated New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1984 after which she completed her residency at Affiliated Hospitals in New York City as well as the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1985.

Dr. Abatemarco received her Board Eligibility ACOFO in 1998, and has been practicing podiatric medicine for over 24 years. Her treatment of every single one of her patients as a unique and special case has gained her a respect from patients and her colleagues.

 

 

 

patricia meehan dpmPatricia Meehan, DPM

Dr. Meehan trained to be a teacher before becoming a podiatrist, and taught high school biology for four years in New York City. After a master's degree in science education, she began a nutrition degree, having interests in health and fitness. While attending classes, she met pre-medical students planning to enter podiatry. She changed her plans from nutrition to podiatry after realizing that podiatrist are involved in many aspects of overall health, fitness and diet. After graduating from the New York College Podiatric Medicine in 2013, she completed a three year residency in Brooklyn, New York, with added reconstructive rear foot and ankle certification in 2016. Dr. Meehan now treats all aspects of the foot and ankle, with particular interest in diabetic foot care and wound prevention.