Dr. Quraishi is a foot surgeon in Maryland. He received his podiatric medical degree from Temple University. He completed his residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington, DC and followed that with a fellowship in wound care and limb salvage at the Veterans Medical Center in Denver, CO.
He is passionate about providing knowledge to make the lifestyle changes necessary to improve his patients’ lives. Research interests include diabetes, nutrition, surgery, shoes, and exercise.
From basic podiatric care for the treatment and prevention of common issues like corns, calluses, diseases and toenail deformities to the specialized expertise required for diabetic wound care and limb salvage. Dr. Quraishi has proved his mettle in all domains of podiatric healing and limb salvage.
He provides comprehensive podiatric care that includes the prevention and treatment of lower extremity wounds, ambulatory surgical procedures, inpatient consultations, postoperative care, biomechanical evaluation of the lower extremity, and identification and treatment of static foot problems.
He has worked in various wound care modalities, which accounts for his wide range of clinical skills. His extensive experience in the field of podiatric healthcare has made him adept at the prevention and treatment of lower extremity wounds, ambulatory surgical procedures, inpatient consultations, postoperative care, biomechanical evaluation of the lower extremity, and identification and treatment of static foot problems with various wound care modalities.
He has served as a member of the inter-disciplinary wound care team; supervised residents in the clinic and operating room and assisted in the design of the first Tele-Podiatry program in the United States.
Dr. Quraishi has held educational posts and has taught residents in the Department of Surgery at Howard University Hospital and the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Denver.
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