Turf Toe is a sprain of the ligaments surrounding the big toe joint.
A native of New York City, Dr. Geller is a Board Certified, surgically trained Foot & Ankle Surgeon focusing on sports injuries, post-traumatic reconstruction, diabetic foot care and chronic conditions of the foot and ankle. Dr. Geller earned his medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Following his medical school training, he completed three years of residency training at St. Luke’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, with an emphasis in foot and ankle surgery, reconstruction, trauma and joint replacement.
Post residency, Dr. Geller returned to New York City, both in private practice and with Empire State Ortheopaedics. In 2013, Dr. Geller relocated to Los Angeles, and brought his extensive sports medicine knowledge and expertise to the Los Angeles athletic and dance community. Today, Dr. Geller his proud to call New York City home again, while still maintaining his Los Angeles office. During his tenure in both New York City and Los Angeles, he has worked closely with the NYC Ballet, became the team podiatrist for many premier running, cycling and triathlon teams, and treated high profile athletes and celebrities.
Dr. Geller’s practice is committed to excellence in treating patients of all ages, both surgically and non-surgically, for the entire range of foot and ankle injuries and disorders by offering the most innovative treatments and latest medical technology.
Dr. Geller is on-staff at Providence St. John’s Medical Center in Santa Monica, CA. He sees patients in both his New York and Los Angeles locations.
Dr. Geller is also the Chief Medical Officer for Kane Footwear, a sustainable shoe gear company focused on providing superior recovery shoe gear. Dr. Geller was instrumental in integrating recovery-based orthopedic principles into the Kane Revive recovery shoe.
Dr. Geller continues to lecture, publish articles and work as a television consultant for various networks. In his free time, Dr. Geller loves being a dad and continues to train for marathons with his favorite running partners, his son Maeson and Sydney the Weimaraner.