About the Practice
Ernest S. Levi, DPM, treats patients from throughout New York City at his private practice, Grand Central Podiatry, located in the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Dr. Levi treats all foot problems ranging from bunions and hammertoes to plantar fasciitis and Morton’s neuroma.
Dr. Levi especially enjoys evaluating heel pain, foot mechanics and structure, and relieving patients of their foot, ankle, and heel pain with the least invasive options. That being the case, Dr. Levi also is highly qualified and skilled in treatment of bunions, hammertoes, and heel pain with the most advanced surgical techniques available today.
Dr. Levi graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, and the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago. He completed his post-graduate training in Chicago, including an externship in surgery and surgical procedures at Ireland Army Hospital in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Dr. Levi has lectured on podiatric conditions and been featured in various publications, including the Wall Street Journal.
Dr. Levi is committed to listening to his patients and working hard to earn and retain their trust by exceeding expectations and striving to make his patients pain-free. Patients benefit from Dr. Levi’s work to provide the highest quality and compassionate care in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Dr. Levi and his highly-trained staff welcome new patients. Most major forms of insurance are accepted.
"Dr. Levi is a true professional, however I also consider him a friend. He is compassionate, and knowledgeable, but most of all a great listener."
"Everything in Dr Levi's office exudes patient care, knowledge, experience. He is caring, explains everything and offers solutions."
"This man exemplifies all the traits a doctor should have--care, patience, empathy, understanding, etc. I wish I could give him more than 5 stars for this review."
"Dr. Levi is wonderful - he is so knowledgeable and a real expert. He's also very nice and approachable with a good sense of humor."