About Dr. Kevin Berkowitz
Kevin Berkowitz, DPM, CWS, FACFAS
Dr. Berkowitz has an international reputation as an expert in cellular therapies, and is in demand as a speaker at medical conferences, training sessions, and gatherings of physicians around the world.
Dr. Berkowitz is a Cornell National Scholar, graduating from Cornell University in 1993 before graduating with honors from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. While at Barry, he attained the Dean’s List for Scholastic Excellence and the President’s List for Scholastic Excellence. He has further distinguished himself as an author in such highly regarded academic publications as the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association.
“ Thank you for helping me with my arthritis condition. The PRP therapy is has me up and around and I’m going skiing with my daughter. Again, thank you. ”
– David, actual patient
Dr. Berkowitz completed his residency and Fellowship training at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Jackson Memorial Hospital, performing more than 2000 surgical procedures under the tutelage of world-class foot and ankle surgeons.
He is board certified in Reconstructive Foot Surgery, a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery , a Fellow of the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons , and is a Certified Wound Specialist through the American Board of Wound Management.
Dr. Berkowitz maintains membership in a number of professional organizations, including: American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, American Podiatric Medical Association, Florida Podiatric Medical Association, American Academy of Wound Management, and the American Diabetes Association.
He is a member of the faculty for Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Surgical Residency Program and an Adjunct Clinical Professor for Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences.
He was a Principal Investigator with both the Diabetic Antibiotic Study in 2001/2002, and the Soft Tissue Infection Study in 2003.
Dr. Berkowitz has been described as a representative of the “next evolution in podiatry,” and says he is dedicated to “prevention, innovative treatment, and something else that has gotten lost in modern medicine – listening to your patient.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Stem Cell Therapy?
It is an advanced technique for helping your body produce the cells it needs to regenerate, repair, and restore damaged or missing tissue. It can involve the use of donor amniotic or embryonic stem cells, which have the ability to develop into any type of cell needed (blood, bone, muscle, organ, tendon, ligaments, connective tissue, […]
Does Stem Cell Therapy hurt?
There may be some pressure at the injection site, but the process is fairly quick. You will be giving a numbing agent to help maintain comfort during your treatment.