Pediatric Podiatrist Arianna Sabghir, DPM Provides Services for the Greater New York Area

Get to know podiatrist Dr. Arianna Sabghir, who serves the New York City tri-state area at her private practice.

Dr. Sabghir graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Biology through the Honors Program at Touro College in Manhattan, New York. She graduated with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree with a specialty in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in 2014 from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. During her time there she was the President of the Podopediatrics club, a Student Ambassador, and an Academic Tutor.

After obtaining her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree Dr. Sabghir completed her residency in foot and ankle reconstructive surgery from The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, New York. During her residency she received training in elective forefoot and rearfoot reconstruction, pediatric deformities and infections, treatment of lower extremity sports injuries, wound care and diabetic limb salvage. She is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine, and is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics and the American Podiatric Medical Association.

Dr. Sabghir currently practices within her own private pediatric and adult podiatric clinic. She is also a Clinical Director for the Special Olympics, as she is heavily involved in working with the International Down Syndrome Cooperation and the special needs population. Dr. Sabghir is also a Clinical Director for the Life Mentor MD and Healing Heros program for the Podiatry Division.

Dr. Sabghir works with her patients in regards to the management and treatment of congenital, acquired and developmental problems of the foot and ankle. Her goal is to provide patients and family members with the educational tools to understand the condition being treated and work together to achieve resolution. Pediatric foot problems can begin before children are born, these issues can include congenital foot deformities and are treatable with timely podiatric intervention. Babies are born with soft, moldable bones and foot structure making non-invasive treatments highly corrective in these cases. Children are prone to a multitude of injuries and infections such as fractures, sprains, warts, ingrown toenails and many more. As the growth plates begin to close, these bones are much less moldable. However, an injury to a growth plate can have complications if not treated. Dr. Sabghir understands the biomechanical and developmental stages of a child’s foot, and as such can treat deformities and injuries appropriately.

Dr. Sabghir volunteers her time at multiple marathons and sporting events around the US, pediatric foot screenings, and at Yanhee International Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Sabghir is also heavily involved in the International Down Syndrome Corporation and has a special interest in working with the special needs population.

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