Neha Khanna, D.P.M



Dr. Neha Khanna specializes in reconstructive foot surgery.  She is extensively trained in all aspects of podiatry including: sports medicine, pediatric podiatry, wound care, limb salvage and routine foot care.  She believes in an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to complicated diabetic foot care. Dr. Khanna completed a three year residency in Podiatric Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery of the Foot and Ankle at New York Methodist Hospital, where she served as Chief Resident.

Dr. Khanna developed an interest for medicine and research early in life.  Prior to entering college, she worked as a research assistant at Mount Sinai School of Medicine for many years.  She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Stony Brook University, graduating cum laude and went on to receive her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from New York College of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Khanna’s medical philosophy is firmly rooted in giving back to the community and helping the underserved.  She has a history of volunteerism and participated in an orthopedic surgery mission trip to Georgetown Hospital in Guyana, through the organization H.E.R.O (Health Educational Relief Organization), where she applied her surgical expertise to the correction of foot deformities in patients both adult and pediatric, who had been neglected due to lack of resources.  Dr. Khanna is warm and compassionate and does her utmost to put her patients’ needs first.  In her spare time she enjoys reading, cooking and spending time with her family.

Dr. Khanna is a member of APMA/ACFAS and is fluent in Hindi/Urdu and Punjabi. Dr.Khanna also took a trip to Guyana in efforts to help those in need. reportedly, 12 cases were successful. Learn more