Dr. Nelly Ducrépin received her Podiatric Medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. She completed her internship in Podiatric medicine and
Orthopaedics at Presbyterian Medical Center of the University of Pennsylvania, and her surgical residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center. Dr. Ducrépin went on for more training and did another orthopaedic surgical residency/fellowship at Chestnut Hill Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Although she treats most biomechanical and orthopaedic foot injuries, she specializes in advanced surgical techniques of the foot, as well as diabetic awareness.
Dr. Ducrépin’s interest in podiatry began rather early in life given her frequent need for podiatric care in college and medical school (due sports related injuries), as well as her family history with diabetes. However, she did not immediately enter medical school upon completion of college. She first spent two years teaching 8th- and 9th-graders in an underprivileged area in Brooklyn.
Dr. Ducrépin hopes to continue to build a family in our community. Her interests include spending time with her family, playing tennis, racket ball, and volley ball, as well as other outdoor activities.…