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Mark Levy, DPMPodiatrist
“What I like best about being a Physician is that I help people feel better. Every patient is different. I pride myself on being a good listener as to the patient’s complaints and symptoms. When I treat someone, I never look to see what is their Insurance Company. I want to make the patient better not the Insurance Company. I do realize that some people do better with conservative therapy and others with surgery.”
Areas of Expertise
- Podiatric Medicine
- Podiatric Surgery
Lutheran Hospital Of Maryland
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
New York, New York
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, New York
American Society of Podiatry Dermatology
2010 – Present
American Podiatric Medical Association
1980 – Present
Maryland Podiatric Medical Association
1980 – Present
Pi Delta 1979
Dr. Levy spends his leisure time with his family. He has been married to his wife, Elizabeth, for 35 years. He has three children, two daughters, and one son. His hobbies are bicycling, skiing and boating. He rides his bicycle for exercise and to do some local sightseeing. He is a chaperone to a local Middle School Ski Club.
Dr. Levy is a Board Certified Podiatrist who has practiced in Rockville, Maryland for 35 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He has been named a Top Podiatrist by Washingtonian Magazine.
He graduated Cum Laude from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He is a member of Pi Delta (the National Podiatry Honor Society). He did his Residency at The Lutheran Hospital of Maryland. The Residency included rotations at the Joslin Clinic for Diabetes, Johns Hopkins Hospital Dermatology Clinic and the University of Maryland Hospital Orthopedic Clinic.
Dr. Levy treats patients of all ages. He has treated infants as well as patients over 100 years old. He understands that surgery is not always what is best for the patient. He attempts to tailor treatments to the patient’s needs, wants and medical status. He attends seminars to learn the latest available treatments for common Podiatric conditions.
He currently has privileges at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Suburban Hospital.