Rebecca Pruthi, DPM
Dr. Rebecca Pruthi is the owner and director of the Foot Care of Manhattan. She is a board certified podiatric physician and surgeon in New York City with over 10 years of clinical experience. Her clinical specialties include medical and surgical management of common foot disorders, sports related injuries, and cosmetic foot procedures.
Dr. Pruthi began her education with her undergraduate degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey. She then completed her post graduate studies in Podiatric Medicine at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. She went on to finish her extensive residency training at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center, an affiliate of Cornell University and Northshore University Hospital, New York.
In addition to being a successful practitioner and surgeon, Dr. Pruthi is considered a leader and expert in foot health and beauty. Currently, she is a consultant for a leading global cosmetic company for their foot care line and foot care health products. She has also been independently involved with development of products in foot health care.
To learn more about Dr. Rebecca Pruthi please visit www.drrebeccapruthi.com or you can visit her on Facebook. To learn more about her practice or to make an appointment, please visit www.footcareofmanhattan.com.
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