Matthew Weintraub, DPM is the newest member of our Caring Podiatry team. Dr. Weintraub is originally from Marietta, GA and received his undergraduate education from the University of Georgia (UGA), where he obtained a degree in B.S. Biology with a minor in Spanish. After graduating from UGA, Dr. Weintraub spent a year as a medical scribe in an emergency department in Snellville, GA which ultimately solidified his decision to pursue a career in medicine.
Dr. Weintraub went on to attend the New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM) where he graduated in 2017 while maintaining Dean’s list status. After graduating from NYCPM, Dr. Weintraub completed a comprehensive three-year foot and ankle surgical residency at University Hospital in Newark, NJ. University Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center which allowed Dr. Weintraub to experience a great diversity of foot and ankle pathology with an emphasis on foot and ankle trauma and diabetic limb salvage. Whether it is elective procedures, foot and ankle trauma surgery, or diabetic footcare, Dr. Weintraub is extremely adept and comfortable given his surgical training at University Hospital. During his residency, Dr. Weintraub completed both comprehensive and advanced courses of Internal Fixation of Reconstructive Surgery and Trauma sponsored by the American Academy of Foot and Ankle Osteosynthesis (AAFAO) to further advance his foot and ankle surgical skills.
Personable and caring, Dr. Weintraub takes the time and effort to ensure his patients are comfortable with his treatment plans, whether conservative or surgical. Dr. Weintraub is a well-rounded podiatrist with specific interests in elective foot and ankle surgery, traumatic foot and ankle surgery, and diabetic footcare. When he is not practicing podiatry, Dr. Weintraub is an avid sports fan and enjoys playing basketball during his free time.