David H. Greenblott, DPM
Podiatric Sports Medicine | Custom Orthotic inserts | Microdebridement of Plantar Fascia for Plantar Fasciitis
Dr. Greenblott did his undergraduate work at Northeastern University before going on to get his DPM degree at New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City in 1993. He completed his PGY-1 Residency at Jamaica Hospital Medical center in Queens NY followed by his PGY-2 Podiatric Surgical Residency at Wyckoff Height Medical Center in Brooklyn NY. In 1995 joined the East Boston Neighborhood Health center as a Podiatrist on staff. Dr. Greenblott received his certification in foot surgery from the American Board of Lower Extremity & Surgeons in 1995. He opened up his Private Practice in 1997 . He has office locations in Haverhill and East Boston. Dr. Greenblott has been a member on the Massachusetts Interscholastic Sports medicine Committee for over 10 years. His interests are in Sports Medicine and works with many athletic teams as a consultant in the Boston area.
As being a prior collegiate athlete himself, Dr. Greenblott played and coached college soccer at Northeastern University, & St. Johns University. He has a passion for assisting athletes in returning back to their chosen sports as quickly as possible. Dr. Greenblott is married and has 3 children.
My mom, aunt, uncle & grandma go to Greenblot and they have been for years. The staff is amazing. Highly recommended
Dr. Greenblott has been my doctor of choice for my feet. He did very successful surgery 20 years ago on my left foot and again a January 8 this year. I can’t say enough about his expertise, surgical outcome as well as the surgical and support staff that assists him. He is also a gentleman of kindness and graciousness. Absolutely the best
I have been a patient of Dr. Greenblott for many years. I have always found him to be extremely knowledgeable, caring, understanding and very professional. If you are looking for an outstanding Podiatrist. I would recommend Dr. Greenblott without hesitation or reservation. He is an 11 on a scale of 1 to 10!