Laurence D. Landau

Podiatric Medicine and Surgery

Laurence Landau, DPM has been practicing Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in the NY Metro Area for over 15 Years.

He currently serves as the Past President of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, Nassau Division and has a seat on the executive board of the New York State Podiatric Medical Association, Manhattan Division. He is also the co-director of the residency program in foot and ankle surgery starting at St. Joseph Hospital, a member of Catholic Health System.

Dr. Landau is a panel physician at the St. Joseph Hospital wound care center in Bethpage, where he practices wound care and hyperbaric medicine. He is also on staff at North shore Manhasset, Long Island Jewish and North shore Plainview hospitals. Dr. Landau has been a panel physician in wound care for over 6 years.

Dr. Landau is dually board certified in wound care. He is a fellow of the American Professional Wound Care Association and the American Board of Wound Healing. His expertise in this field is well known to the many physicians in New York State who refer him their most difficult cases.

Dr. Landau grew up in Valley Stream, NY and attended Valley Stream South High School where he graduated in 1981. Dr. Landau graduated from Clark University in 1985 with a B.A. in Biology. He went on to study biology on the graduate level at Columbia University the following year. In 1992 he graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree. He went on to two years of residency training in Podiatric medicine and surgery, the second year at Wyckoff Heights Hospital and New York Hospital Queens, a Cornell University program, under director Dr. Charles Lombardi.

Dr. Landau is on site at our office in Bethpage Monday thru Friday, hours by appointment. He is also in the Franklin Square office on Fridays and by appointment.

He practices all aspects Podiatry, Podiatric medicine and surgery. He accepts most major insurance plans and treats all conditions and problems of the foot and ankle from the simplest to the most complex using conservative as well as surgical techniques and therapies.