A new podiatry clinic at St. Ann’s Community is open to the public for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the foot.
Located on St. Ann’s Irondequoit campus, the clinic operates on an out-patient basis, treating a variety of complex medical and surgical foot pathologies. To schedule an appointment, call (585) 642-6100. All ages are welcome.
“As podiatric foot and ankle surgeons, we can medically and surgically treat a variety of foot and ankle illnesses,” said John Ellie, head of St. Ann’s Podiatry Clinic. “We focus on acute and chronic diseases of the foot to minimize transfers to the emergency department and eliminate unnecessary hospital stays for our patients.”
The clinic provides services in the areas of bunions and hammertoes, neuromas and heel pain; fungal nails and ingrown nails; diabetic foot care and infections; reconstructive foot and ankle surgery; acute and chronic conditions including sprains and strains; and flatfoot conditions including prescriptions for orthotics/inserts
The clinic is located inside the Wound Healing Center Entrance on St. Ann’s Irondequoit campus, 1500 Portland Ave.
A native of Greece, Ellie is a board-certified podiatrist with extensive training in foot and ankle surgery. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Pace University in New York City and attended the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his residency in foot and ankle surgery at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn and was chief resident in his final year.