Anissa Hashemi, DPM



American Board of Podiatric Medicine Certified






Dr. Walter Green Memorial Award


The Steven Seifer Memorial Award


Dr. Anissa Hashemi is board certified from the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. She has completed a three-year residency in reconstructive forefoot and rearfoot/ ankle surgery from Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center ( Atlantic Health Systems ) and treats a variety of conditions related to the foot and ankle by utilizing conservative and surgical treatments. She has also served as a third-year chief resident during her training program.

Dr. Hashemi received her podiatric medical degree from New York College of Podiatric Medicine where she graduated as class salutatorian. She has her Master of Science degree from UMDNJ in Bioinformatics where she graduated at the top of her class.

Dr. Hashemi also has professional experience in the corporate world. She has worked in the pharmaceutical industry both as a scientist – specializing in preclinical testing of drugs and their adverse effect on the liver enzymes, and as a leader – as the head of a Genomics laboratory of a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company prior to going into medicine.

Dr.Hashemi treats variety of lower extremity conditions including but not limited to Ankle arthritis, ankle sprains, ligament and tendon ruptures and sprains, tendonitis, syndesmotic injuries , neuromas, bunions and hammertoes, flat foot and cavus foot deformities, hallux limitus, cartilage damage and cartilage transplant procedures, foot and ankle fractures, plantar fasciitis, nerve entrapments, foot and ankle pain, custom orthotics. She treats the above conditions by using conservative, invasive and non-invasive surgeries. She is also certified in arthroscopic and minimally invasive procedures helping patients with ankle arthritis and cartilage damage with very minimal incision approach.

Dr. Hashemi uses biologic injections to treat lower extremity conditions. She utilizes PRP injections with or without other invasive or non-invasive surgeries to treat conditions such as arthritis, partial or complete ligament tears, partial or complete tendon ruptures, ankle sprains, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and nerve entrapments. PRP injections also help with conditions associated with cartilage damage and arthritis. PRP therapy works by using the body’s natural healing process; it is a concentration of platelets with growth factors that are taken from the patient’s own blood and then injected into the damaged tissue to promote tissue repair and accelerate healing. The use of PRP could help a patient avoid further damage to the joints, tissue, and ligaments as well as reducing the need for further surgery. PRP has been shown to help with faster recovery times, and reduce inflammation and other complications depending on the severity of the injury. Professional athletes regularly use PRP in order to seek a faster and longer-lasting recovery from their injuries.

Dr. Hashemi brings care and compassion toward her patients and focuses on an individual approach to care for her patients and get them back on their feet as quickly as possible, with minimal complications.