Dr. Lee Reiter
Dr. Reiter received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University in the Classics (Greek and Latin) and in Linguistics and Cognitive Science with his first formal introductions into research between Brandeis and Yale Universities. He then completed his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Reiter continued his training at a Podiatric Medicine and Surgery residency program at the New York Harbor Health/Veteran’s Affairs Hospital located at the NYU School of Medicine, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and St. Albans campuses. He has served in the capacity of Chief Resident.
He has surgical privileges at the Gramercy Surgery Center where he instructs residents in the multi-residency podiatric program. He also has privileges at Midtown Surgery Center, Staten Island University Hospital, and Montefiore Medical Center.
Dr. Reiter has been a member of American Podiatric Medical Association. He has also been an active member of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, attending the annual New York Podiatric Clinical Conference. Dr. Reiter was a speaker at the 2009 conference.
Dr. Reiter has been nominated and elected into the New York Academy of Medicine, mainly for his achievements while at his research post in the Clinical Trials Unit of the Mount Sinai Medical Center and ongoing research at his alma mater, the New York College of Podiatric Medicine.
Coming from a family in the performing arts, Dr. Reiter has a keen interest in Dance Medicine with a sub-interest in the stage performer. Focusing on “movement”, he has also developed an appreciation for the unique concerns of the athlete.
Dr. Reiter has a myriad of conservative and surgical management programs that he tailors to each patient. In an initial examination, a partnership is formed where doctor and patient work together to promote healing and general health.