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Craig Camasta, DPM
Dr. Camasta delivers comprehensive medical and surgical treatment as a licensed podiatric surgeon in the U.S., Canada and Australia. He is a widely sought after international lecturer and teacher in countries including Canada, Australia, Spain, Germany, Vietnam, and Nepal. As a surgical consultant for Helios Hospital Group in Germany, Dr. Camasta teaches reconstructive foot & ankle surgery to orthopedic, trauma, and general surgeons.
Dr. Camasta specializes in pediatric and adult reconstructive foot & ankle surgery. He pioneered numerous surgical procedures including primary repair of the ruptured plantar plate in overlapping second hammertoe deformities, reconstruction of the unstable rearfoot & ankle in Charcot patients, tarsal coalition surgery in pediatric patients, and bone-graft repair following failed bunion surgery. Dr. Camasta is well-known for treating difficult bone and soft tissue tumors and infections, and specializes in revison surgery in patients with previously unsuccessful surgical results.
As a medical author, Dr. Camasta has served as editor and contributing editor to various medical textbooks on reconstructive surgery for the foot, ankle and leg. His articles on pediatric and adult reconstructive foot & ankle surgery have been published in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks.
Operation Walk, Inc, a Georgia non-profit organization, was established by Dr. Camasta with the dual mission of providing care to patients in need of lower extremity surgery and educating surgeons around the world. His devotion to under-served pediatric patients has taken him to Vietnam and Nepal for annual medical missions over the past fifteen years. Dr. Camasta uses his surgical expertise to treat complex deformities including neonatal and neglected clubfoot, congenital deformities (polydactyly, macrodactyly, arthrogryphosis, calcaneovalgus), trauma and burn victims, neurological conditions affecting the lower extremity (spina bifida, polio, cerebral palsy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease), infectious diseases (bone infections), and various acquired conditions such as flatfoot, tarsal coalition, cavus foot, arthritis, and juvenile bunions.
Education and Training
B.S. Biology, Millersville University, Pennsylvania
Doctorate, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine
Podiatric Surgical Residency, Northlake Regional Medical Center, Tucker, GA
Fellowship, Trauma Surgery, Vienna, Austria
Foot Surgery, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Fellow, Australasian College of Podiatric Surgeons
Faculty, Research Staff and Board Member, The Podiatry Institute, Atlanta
Faculty, Podiatric Surgical Education, AO North America
Surgical Consultant, Helios Hospital Group, Germany
Medical Director, Operation Walk Inc., Atlanta
DeKalb Medical Center
Saint Joseph’s Hospital
American Podiatric Medical Association
Georgia Podiatric Medical Association
American Medical Writers Association