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Dr. Boris Abramov, DPM

Podiatrist

Professional statement

**Please expect Dr. Abramov's office to reach out to you after your appointment request** Boris Abramov is an experienced and thorough podiatrist assisting patients out of his private practice in Pikesville, MD. Dr. Abramov speaks multiple languages, such as English, Russian, Farsi, Uzbek, Ukrainian, and Tadgik. He has been in practice since 1977, is certified by the American Board of Physician Specialties for foot surgery, and enjoys serving his patients and correcting the podiatric ailments, such as hammertoe, flatfoot, foot pain, and congenital and acquired deformities. Dr. Abramov began his medical education while living in his native Uzbekistan; however, after completing his medical school and residency there, traveled to Russia for three fellowships studying congenital diseases, pediatric orthopedic trauma, and pediatric orthopedic surgery. He then relocated to Philadelphia, PA to attend Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. There, he received his doctor of podiatric medicine degree.

In-network insurances

  • Aetna
  • AmeriGroup
  • Anthem Blue Cross

Specialties

  • Podiatrist

Practice names

Education and training

  • Temple University, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

Awards and publications

  • Case Presentation at Central Asian Orthopedic and Trauma Conference
  • Method of Acetabulum Plasty with Vascilarized Bone Graft
  • The Aspects of LE lengthening at Congenital Coxa Vara
  • The Method of Bone Grafting in Pediatric femur Neck Plasty

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Scheduling hero

Languages spoken

  • Farsi
  • Russian
  • Ukrainian
  • English
  • Uzbek

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1730194119

Office locations

Boris Abramov

114 Slade Ave.

Pikesville, MD 21208

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Dr. Boris is very attentive, He answered all of my questions and made me feel very comfortable.
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Dr. Abramov knew what he was doing and took great care of me. I forgot my wallet when i came in for the appointment, and he rescheduled me in 2 hours so i had time to go retrieve it, and alsohe was great and did a very progessional job and told me about a few other issues i did not come there for that need to be addressed. Very nice man, professional, and a good doctor too.
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Had to wait about 10 minutes even though I was the first PT there. Procedure to remove something from my foot took 10 minutes and I was gone within 15. Overall happy!
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Very clean office,and friendly staff
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Very nice and attentive. Gave one on one patient care with no interruptions or rushing. Office felt very homey and you knew they were the type of staff to remember their patients by name.
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I went to him on a Friday to get my daughters leg seen for a cast or stilt and he could clearly see from her hospital papers what the issue was and also gave her a sonogram. Once he was doneinstead of him giving her the cast he tells me that I have to come back on Monday with the x-rays from the hospital. Mind you I've paid my co-pay and still he hasn't treated her leg but puts a temporary wrap on it. I ask him if I come back Monday doesn't that mean I have to pay another co-pay. He says no unless I have to do something. I come back on Monday and he decides to finally put a boot on her and asked me for another co-pay because that was considered extra work. I paid him twice in two days for something that could have been done the first time she went. I call it being a swindler and will never return to that office.
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Dr.Abramov was a pleasant person and I enjoyed being his patient and I'm looking forward to continue being his patient
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Dr was friendly and efficient. He was patient and seemed knowledgeable.
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The doctor picked up his cell phone during my consultation - in the middle of him examining my feet. Gross! He also recommended to have my entire toe nail removed. I received several other opinions and this was not the case. The office was FILTHY also. I do not recommend.
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Very professional and understandable.
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