Elizabeth Schwartz, DPM
Dr. Schwartz is a foot and ankle surgeon originally from Eastern Massachusetts. She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Hartford with a degree in Biology and a minor in English/Philosophy. Dr. Schwartz then completed her medical education at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City. Her three-year residency was focused on forefoot and rearfoot reconstruction at Metrowest Medical Center and Tufts University. She served as chief resident in her 3rd year of residency.
While in residency, she participated in mission trips as part of Operation Footprint- The Baja Project in Honduras. Operation Footprint sends surgical teams to Central American countries to perform surgery, deliver medical supplies, and to train local physicians and nurses in the diagnosis and treatment of clubfoot and other lower extremity deformities. Dr. Schwartz also was an active participant in research as part of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
She is licensed in both Massachusetts and Connecticut. She has been an active part of the community for over 6 years, where she served as the Chief of Specialties for two years at her previous organization. Dr. Schwartz is a diplomat of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and is qualified in forefoot, rearfoot, and reconstructive ankle surgery. She is also an active member of the Massachusetts Foot and Ankle Society, American Association of Women Podiatrists, and the American Society of Podiatric Surgeons .
While she has prided herself in forming lasting relationships with her patients, Dr. Schwartz commits her focus in patient education regarding their conditions and management.