Dr. Ari Rubinstein, DPM

Dr. Ari Rubinstein of Lower Westchester Foot & Ankle in White Plains, NY treats each patient’s foot or ankle problem with the expert and personal care they deserve. Dr. Rubinstein provides a variety of services to help patients get back to normal, pain-free activity including treatments for heel and ankle pain, bunions, ingrown toenails, flat feet, and sports injuries. Dr. Rubinstein’s patients benefit from his dedication to patient care and receive more attention and more time with the doctor at a great value.

Dr. Rubinstein graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and fulfilled his three-year surgical residency training at New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell’s NY Downtown Hospital in foot and ankle surgery and was honored to serve as Chief Resident. He has staff privileges at Montefiore Health System White Plains Hospital and surgical privileges at the White Plains Ambulatory Surgery Center. He is board qualified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and also affiliated with several professional societies, including the American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine, American Society of Podiatric Surgeons, and American Podiatric Medical Association.

Patients of all ages, from infants to senior adults, are treated by Dr. Rubinstein in a way that accommodates even the toughest ailments and pains. Pediatric needs he meets include everything from cuts and bruises to orthotics. Dr. Rubinstein helps his patients to return to activity with stronger faster smarter healing. Dr. Rubinstein treats patients residing in the Scarsdale, Hartsdale, Harrison, Eastchester, Ardsley, and Mamaroneck.



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