Elizabeth Piselli, D.P.M.

dr-elizabethDr. Elizabeth Piselli is a graduate of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. A committed athlete, Liz started her lacrosse career locally in Rockville Centre. A South Side Cyclone through and through, Piselli was inducted into their athletic Hall of Fame 2009. She continued her career on the US U-19 team and then traveled across the country as a four year letter winner at Stanford University.

Dr. Piselli is from a long lineage of athletes which is what sparked her interest in podiatry. Her brother had debilitating foot pain while playing peewee football and after several trips to different orthopedics, it was finally the podiatrist who got him playing again (he would then go on to Quarterback at Cornell). Later at Stanford, she would see teammate after teammate sit out of games and training secondary to different foot maladies. That solidified her decision to use podiatry as a means to help athletes get back to doing what they loved.

Now, she is excited to be back home, getting Long Islanders back on their feet. When not working, she enjoys traveling, quoting movies, running 5K’s and finding her balance with yoga.


Doctor of Podiatric Medicine – May 2012
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
New York, New York

Bachelor of Arts, American Studies – June 2007
Stanford University
Stanford, California


National Board of Podiatric Medicine: Part III—Pass – 2014
National Board of Podiatric Medicine: Part II—Pass – 2012
National Board of Podiatric Medicine: Part I—Pass – 2010
NYCPM Scholarship recipient – 2008
CPR Certified – 2010, 12, 14
ACLS Certified – 2012, 14



Montefiore Medical Center
2014-2015 – Chief Resident

36-month Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency (PMSR) that includes training in rear foot and ankle surgery



American Colleges of Foot & Ankle Surgeons – 2013-15



Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach – 2007/2008
CW Post Athletic Department

Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach – 2008/2009
South Side High School


2014 – Literature Review in ACFAS Scientific Literature Review Monthly (August 2014): Olsson N, Petzold M, Brorsson A, Karlsson J, Eriksson BI, Gravare Silbernagel K. Predictors of Clinical Outcome After Acute Achilles tendon Ruptures. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2014 42(6), 1448-55.
2015   – ACFAS Poster – Incidence of Lower Extremity Injuries in Female Lacrosse Players from Long Island: ages 14-18


Medical Volunteer – New York City Triathlon, Hamptons Marathon, Avon Walk for Women