- Diabetic Shoes
- Foot Orthotics
- Podiatric Deformities
- Podiatric Disorder Treatment
- Podiatric Orthopedics
- Podiatric Paralytic Treatment
- Podiatric Sports Therapy
- Podiatric Surgery
- Medicaid NOT Accepted
Through competent podiatric care and the use of supportive services, we seek to maintain the highest level of foot and ankle health to all patients (adult & children) entrusted to our care.
Some of the conditions we can treat:
* Ankle Sprains and Treatments
* Arthritic Disorders and Treatments
* Arthroscopy of the Foot and Ankle
* Bunion Deformities and Treatment
* Diabetic Foot Problems and Treatments
* Digital Disorders and Treatments (hammer toes, corns)
* Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy
* Gout and Your Feet
* Heel Disorders and Treatments
* Intermetatarsal Neuromas and Treatments
* Nail Disorders (ingrown nails, fungus nails)
* Painful Progressive Flatfoot
* Surgery of the Foot and Ankle
* Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Harvey Lefkowitz, DPM, DABPS, FACFAS
Dr. Lefkowitz was born in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in Northwest Detroit. He is the third and youngest child of immigrant parents. His parents shared the American Dream and hoped that their children would some day achieve their dreams. Dr. Lefkowitz learned the meaning of hard work at an early age while working for his father who was a painting contractor. His early lessons of hard work turned out to be invaluable, for many lessons he would need to rely on in later years.
Dr. Lefkowitz grew up in the Detroit area and attended local school systems, graduating from Southfield High School in 1974. He attended Wayne State University through 1977 and was admitted to the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine under early admissions based on academic excellence. He spent four years living in Chicago and attending medical school there where he received two degrees, one a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a second being his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Following his graduation he came back to his hometown and finished his training with a residency program in Foot and Ankle Surgery at North Detroit General Hospital, which was completed in 1982. It was during that year that he met his wife, Linda, whom he married one year later. Dr. Lefkowitz went into practice in 1982, being the youngest podiatrist in the state of Michigan and among the youngest in the country. He knew what he lacked in age had to made up by hard work and perfection.
Over the next 20 years Dr. Lefkowitz had many achievements with his most proud being a dedicated father and physician. He felt that his patients were extended family, and upon the birth of each of his three children, twins Rhonda and Helene and Steven two years younger, he sent out announcement cards to each one of his patients, many of whom he still sees today.
Professionally, Dr. Lefkowitz has trained over 50 resident doctors who have gone on to leadership roles in their state and national organizations. He has lectured both locally, as well as internationally on various subjects of foot and ankle surgery. He maintains three private practices and shares those responsibilities with associate and partner physicians. He has held leadership positions in both hospitals and community organizations. He continues to publish in medical journals and always lends a helping hand to other physicians when called for consultation or assistance with complex surgical procedures.
In summary, Dr. Lefkowitz has dedicated his life to his family, his profession, and his patients. He plans to continue in his current capacity as he has been blessed with what he loves to do every single day.
Anthony Giordano, DPM
Dr. Anthony Giordano was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on August 22, 1972. He grew up in the town of Exeter, PA, about 1-½ hours north of Philadelphia. Dr. Giordano is the oldest of three children, with a younger sister and brother who still reside in Pennsylvania. His father Ross is a self-employed business owner, and his mother Margaret has been a bank teller for many years. Growing up, Dr. Giordano spent most of his spare time working for his dad, and on the food service side of a local country club until he started college. It was during these high school years dealing with the public that Dr. Giordano learned the importance of customer service, his naturally friendly demeanor made dealing with the public, a natural fit. Dr. Giordano graduated from King's College, Wilkes-Barre, PA, with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. He took a one-year hiatus between college and medical school to help his father in the family business. He then moved to Philadelphia where he lived for four years receiving his medical degree from Temple University's College of Podiatric Medicine graduating in the top twenty percent in his class.
Dr. Giordano spent the next two years in Providence, Rhode Island where he completed a surgical residency at Roger Williams Medical Center, associated with both the Boston University and Brown University's schools of medicine. Despite being offered several positions to enter the work force, and much to the dismay of his wife, Mary Ann he relocated to Canton, Michigan to serve two additional years of surgical training in the Oakwood Hospital System, associated with Wayne State University School of Medicine, It was here that the good doctor advanced his surgical skills of both simple and complex foot and ankle disorders.
Following 4 years of residency, Dr. Giordano spent 2 ½ years in private practice in the New Baltimore area. As opportunity knocked he joined Dr.'s Lefkowitz and Jupin in May of 2006. Dr. Giordano enjoys the academic aspects of his profession. He currently lectures across Michigan, and has been involved with the Michigan Podiatric Medical Association Conference Committee, since 2003.
He is happily married to his wife, Maryann, who keeps herself busy in her vocation as insurance benefits consultant for McGraw-Wentworth in Troy, Michigan. Their chocolate Labrador retriever is their only child at the moment. Dr. Giordano is a dedicated and talented musician, playing three instruments since he was six years old. When not spending time with his family or working, he enjoys writing and listening to music, reading, and staying in shape.
Michelle Jupin, DPM
Dr. Michelle Jupin was born and raised in Central New York. She is the daughter of Mike and Gloria also from New York. She is the second of four siblings with one older and two younger brothers. She learned the importance of education, hard work and dedication at an early age contributing to her strong work ethic and sincere concern for her patients.
Dr. Jupin received her premedical education at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. There, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in both, Biology and Psychology in 1996. She went on to receive a Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia in 2001 where she graduated in the top twenty percent of her class.
In June 2003 Dr. Jupin completed a two-year residency in both Primary Podiatric Medicine and Foot and Ankle Surgery at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan. During this time she became board qualified by the American Board of Primary Podiatric Medicine and Orthopedic Medicine.
Dr Jupin has special interest in geriatric care, sports medicine, diabetic foot and wound care as well as reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle. She juggles a busy schedule working in several offices as well as Detroit area nursing homes where she uses her expertise in geriatric foot an ankle care.
Dr. Jupin came highly recommended and joined Dr. Harvey Lefkowitz in 2004 and is available to see patients at our Ferndale office and area hospitals. She holds privileges at several area hospitals including DMC, Botsford General, and Southeast Michigan Surgical Hospital.
Dr. Jupin is happily married to her husband Harbinder, who is equally busy in his own right as a Canadian law enforcement officer. They reside together in Windsor, Ontario that means she makes the hike through the U.S. Canada tunnel on a daily basis. She is kind, compassionate and is committed to providing her patients with the highest level of care, treating every patient as she would her own family.
Anthony Mastrogiacomo, DPM, ACCPPS
Dr. Anthony Mastrogiacomo was born on August 20, 1970 in Detroit, Michigan. He grew up Downriver in Southgate, Michigan, the middle son of mother Linda from Detroit and father Patrick whom immigrated for Ceccano, Italy in 1956. He grew up in a hard-working home and worked in the family business of Masonry Construction until leaving for college.
Dr. Mastrogiacomo graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Southgate, Michigan in 1988. He attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. He moved to New York City where he received his doctorate in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1996. He completed his education by serving one year post-graduate preceptorship with Highland Milford Foot Specialist in Milford, Michigan.
He became associated with Dr. Harvey Lefkowitz in June of 1997 at both the Ferndale and Milford offices. He has since moved to Milford where he opened a new office with Dr. Lefkowitz in the neighboring city of Commerce Township in the spring of 2000.
Dr. Mastrogiacomo earned his Board Certification in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery from the American Council of Certified Podiatric Physicians and Surgeons in 1999. He maintains hospital privileges at several area hospitals.
He is an avid geography buff and enjoys traveling for exploration and is also an accomplished skier. When at home, he can be found spending time with family and friends or working on his golf game.