Dr. Stephanie Anne Lubin, DPM, began her career path at Boston University on a pre-med track, graduating with a bachelor in science as a Human Physiology major and a Kinesiology minor.
During her education, she participated in research at Harvard University regarding the initiation and survival of acute kidney injury.
Dr. Lubin further pursued her interest in science by obtaining a Master of Biomedical Science and Forensics at Drexel University College of Medicine.
Dr. Lubin attended a well-rounded comprehensive residency consisting of both medical and surgical training at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn.
Then, she received extensive training in elective, reconstructive, and trauma surgery of the foot and ankle, wound care, and podiatric ailments and deformities. Her program included an orthopedic trauma rotation working closely with high-ranked and respected orthopedic surgeons.
In the final year of her training, Dr. Lubin demonstrated her leadership as the only chief resident supervising and teaching 18 other residents.
Dr. Lubin is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, the American Board of Podiatric Medicine, and the New York State Podiatric Medical Association.
As a runner and former division-one soccer player, Dr. Lubin’s passion lies in the rehabilitation of sports injuries to the foot and ankle. Her biomechanical and surgical knowledge allows her to provide comprehensive treatment, returning patients to their busy lives as quickly as possible.
Dr. Lubin’s personal hobbies include distance running, soccer, dancing, weight training, and
spending time with her family, friends, and two Shiba Inus, Nala, and Simba.