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North Jersey Reconstructive
Foot and Ankle Fellowship

  1. Program Overview
    The North Jersey Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Fellowship is a twelve month, post Foot and Ankle Residency Fellowship that focuses on complex, unique, and limb preservation reconstructive surgeries. Fellows participating in this program will observe and participate in leading-edge clinical research with the ability to lecture to local and national conferences.
  2. Program Mission
    To provide a solid foundation of didactic and clinical education in Foot and Ankle Reconstruction To provide exposure to complex reconstructive surgery To develop leaders and educators in the field of Podiatry To promote and foster research and education .
  3. Career Building Stone
    The Fellowship Program offers attendance to one National Limb Salvage Conference, multiple national company sponsored conferences (including Texas Scottish Rite, Orthofix External Fixation, and Stryker Fellows Program), and Total Ankle Joint Replacement Certification (upon successful completion of the course). The Fellow will have exposure to major trauma center ER and operative cases, surgery centers, a wound care center, and office based patient assessment. Office based custom bracing/orthotic, casting, coding, and dispensing will be routinely reinforced so as to provide a complete educational experience. Upon completion on this program, participants will be thoroughly prepared to sit for board certification in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery, as well as Wound Care Certification.
  4. How to Apply
    Please complete an application from the American College of Foot and Ankle website and mail it to the address on the cover sheet with all of the required attachments. Please note that applications that are incomplete by the deadline (with the exception of residency diplomas if you are still in a residency program) will not be considered. http://www.acfas.org/fellowshipsubik/
Program Leadership
                                            Dr. Michael Subik, DPM, FACFAS                                                                                                                                           
Dr. Subik has been practicing podiatric medicine and surgery for over 15 years and is extensively trained in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, as well as diabetic limb salvage. He is the Founder and Director of North Jersey Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Fellowship, as well as the Director of the Podiatric Residency Program at St. Mary’s General Hospital. Dr. Subik also serves as the Medical Director of the Wound Center and a member of the Medical Executive Committee there. He is a known speaker for a plethora of medical device companies and universities, as well as a Test Writer for NBPME Parts II and III. Dr. Subik earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Seton Hall University and his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from New York College of Podiatric Medicine.
Program Faculty
Program Director / Founder - Michael Subik, DPM, FACFAS

 Joseph Baratta, MD          Vascular / General Surgery
Charbel Chalfoun, MD      Plastic Surgery
Robert Hole, MD                Orthopedic Surgery
David O'Connor, MD         Vascular Surgery
Ralph Napoli, DPM            Podiatry
Michael Wilderman, MD   Vascular Surgery

Mark Shearer, DPM           2017-18 Fellow 
Adrienne Estes, DPM         2016-17 Fellow
Rahul Bhatt, DPM, MD       2015-16 Fellow

Fellowship Application