Both doctors believe that surgery is a last resort only. They find great reward in improving the function and health of their patients’ feet with conservative measures such as shoe inserts, discussing the right shoe for your foot, tapings, injections, medications, and physical therapy. Very often, problems can be resolved after only 1-2 visits.
Dr.Amy B. Lustig
Dr. Lustig has roots in Northeast Philadelphia and attended George Washington High School. She then attended the University of Massachusetts where she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in 1992. Her post graduate studies began in a Master’s program at Hahnemann University Hospital. She then went on to graduate in 1997 from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine as a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. She furthered her podiatric training at Aria Torresdale where she completed her residency training in 1999.
Dr. Lustig is married with 2 kids and values time with her family, summer weekends at the Jersey shore, and health and fitness.
Dr. Donna G.Myers
Dr. Myers completed her undergraduate studies at Rowan University in 1991. She then attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and graduated in 1995. After completing her surgical training at St. Agnes Medical Center in 1997, she began practicing in Northeast Philadelphia. Dr. Myers is involved in teaching podiatric residents at Aria Torresdale where she is on staff and is Board Certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery.
When not working, Dr. Myers enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 kids, is active in her church, and she and her husband love riding their Harley Davidson motorcycles.