A native of California, Dr. Amy Dhillon-Levine is a board qualified Foot & Ankle Surgeon focusing on all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery.  Dr. Dhillon-Levine earned her undergraduate degree in Psychobiology from the University of California Los Angeles, and earned her medical degree from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Dhillon-Levine completed 3 years of extensive surgical training in Palo Alto, California at the VA/Stanford Healthcare Residency Program, in affiliation with the Kaiser Permanente Healthcare system in San Jose, CA.  Her comprehensive surgical training encompassed limb salvage, reconstructive foot & ankle trauma, biomechanics, sports medicine, wound care, and primary inpatient management.  As Chief Resident, Dr. Dhillon-Levine enjoyed leading weekly conferences and didactic sessions with residents, faculty members, and medical students.

During her training, Dr. Dhillon-Levine traveled to Can Tho, Vietnam with the International Extremity Project, a nonprofit medical mission focused on treating underprivileged children with severe debilitating orthopedic lower leg deformities.  During the mission, she and a team of other renowned Orthopedic and Foot & Ankle Surgeons, performed complex reconstructive surgeries and performed hundreds of patient screenings that had life changing implications for many young children.

Dr. Dhillon-Levine’s practice is committed to ensuring each patient receives the best treatment modalities through evidence based medicine.  During her residency, she worked with various medical specialties, including plastic surgery, vascular surgery, infectious disease, dermatology and orthopedic trauma departments and incorporates all facets of medicine to her daily practice.  She continues to stay at the forefront of medical advances.

In her free time, she enjoys pilates, yoga, hiking and spending time with her family and friends.