Christopher J. Fatti, DPM
Dr. Christopher Fatti has extensive training in diabetic foot & ulcer care and limb salvage techniques. He also specializes in elective foot surgery including bunion, hammertoes and other toe deformities, flatfoot deformity, heel pain, sports injuries, fracture care, and many other common foot ailments. He received his medical degree from Temple University, and his bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne College.
Christopher J. Fatti, DPM 4.8
Le Moyne College, Syracuse NY, Bachelor of Science, Minor in History, 2003
Temple University, Philadelphia PA, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, May 2008
Podiatric Surgical RESIDENCY TRAINING
Department of Veterans Affairs, VA New England Healthcare System, West Haven CT, Podiatric Surgical Intern, 2008-2009
Yale New Haven Hospital, Resident in Podiatric Surgery, Comprehensive training in all areas of forefoot, reconstructive rearfoot/distal leg, trauma, and diabetic limb salvage, 2009-2010
Yale New-Haven Hospital, New Haven CT, Chief Resident, Podiatric Surgery, July 2010 - June 2011
The Clinical Experience
Dr. Fatti has had extensive training in diabetic foot & ulcer care and limb salvage techniques. He also specializes in elective foot surgery including bunion, hammertoes and other toe deformities, flatfoot deformity, heel pain, sports injuries, fracture care and many other common foot ailments.
State of New York, 2011
Professional Society Memberships
American Podiatric Medical Association, 2008-Present
Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association, 2008-Present
Board Qualification in forefoot and reconstructive rear foot surgery, American Board of Podiatric Surgery, 2011-Present
Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis of the Ankle. Given at Region 8 ACFAS Annual Seminar, January 2010, Providence, RI.
Complications of a Grade II open fracture of the ankle in an elderly diabetic female. Given at Region 8 ACFAS Annual Seminar, January 2011, Providence, RI
ACFAS Scientific Literature Reviews, Jan 2011. Reference: White et al. The Results of Early Primary Open Reduction and Internal Fixation for Treatment of OTA 43. C Type Tibial Pilon Fractures: A Cohort Study. J Orthop Trauma 2010; 24: 757-763
Completed AO/ASIF Basic Foot and Ankle Internal Fixation course in 2/09, Atlanta, GA.
Completed AO/ASIF Advanced Foot and Ankle Internal/ External fixation course, 9/2010, La Jolla, CA.
Stryker Podiatry Resident Product Training Course, 4/2011, Chicago, IL
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