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Albert D'Angelantonio, III, DPM
Plastic Surgery

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Administrative Office:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
10 Penn Tower
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Administrative Assistant: Beth Gerrick
Administrative Telephone:215-662-7300
Administrative Fax:215-615-3397

Clinical Offices:
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
Center for Human Appearance
Suite 1-150E
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Clinical Telephone: 215-662-7300

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Dr. Albert D’Angelantonio, III has been selected from the most highly qualified and sought after individuals in the United States as the very first fellow to pioneer a dedicated lower extremity fellowship within the Division of Plastic Surgery of Penn Medicine at the prestigious Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. His fellowship training focuses on providing patients with both functional and aesthetic outcomes for all conditions of the foot, ankle, and lower leg.
Prior to his fellowship training Dr. D’Angelantonio III completed one of the most comprehensive surgical training programs in the country. He was trained in the most advanced and sophisticated techniques in foot and ankle surgery to-date. This was accomplished through a rigorous 4 year surgical residency within the University of Pennsylvania Health Systems covering all aspects of the foot and ankle, along with the major reconstructive and traumatic surgeries of the lower extremities.

Dr. D’Angelantonio III is board qualified in all aspects of foot surgery as well as reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. He has an in-depth knowledge and comprehensive experience with pre-operative treatment planning, operative experience and post-operative care of patients with congenital and acquired deformities of the foot and ankle. He continues to demonstrate his outstanding ability in treating all foot and ankle disorders.

His research goals aim to improve the current operative techniques used in lower extremity reconstruction and limb preservation. His background in engineering augments well to the lower extremities as he is an innovator of new techniques that have proven to decrease potential complications improving both functional and aesthetic outcomes keeping patients walking

Faculty Appointments
2012 - present

Attending Surgeon, Penn Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2012 - present

Active Surgeon, Penn Medicine Pennsylvania Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2012 - present

Active Surgeon, Penn Medicine at Rittenhouse and Tuttleman Surgical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2008 - present

Active Surgeon, Penn Medicine Presbyterian Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2004 - 2008 Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.)
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
2003 Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1999 - 2003 Temple University
Bachelor of Science Electrical and Computer Engineering
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
2004 - Present American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS)
2004 - Present American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)
2004 - Present American Professional Wound Care Association (APWCA)
2004 - Present American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
2004 - Present Stirling-Harford-DiPrimio Honorary Anatomical Society, Active Member, TUSPM
2004 - Present American Diabetes Awareness
2004 - Present APMA Young Member
2004 - Present American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management
1999 - 2004 Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (Inactive)
1999 - 2004 IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (Inactive)
  1. D'Angelantonio III A, Wu L, Chang B, Kovach III S, Moran S, Malay DS: Long term evaluation of Ankle
    Function with and without Placement ofTransyndesmotic Screws Following Free Fibula Bone
    Grafts, In Progress
  2. D'Angelantonio III A, Malay DS, Contento R: Instructional Technique Guide: Closed Reduction of the
    Supination-Eversion Stage IV (Weber Type B) Ankle Fracture, Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery
    Volume 48, Issue 3, Pages 394-397, May 2009
  3. D’Angelantonio III A, Brigido S, Bleazey S, Gordon N, Schoenhaus H: A Retrospective Radiographic and Clinical Study Evaluation a Novel Allogeneic, Cancellous Bone Sponge in Patients Undergoing Foot and Ankle Arthrodesis, Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, Expected Publication July 2012
  4. D’Angelantonio III A, Schoenhaus H: Triple Arthrodesis Through a Single Incision Technique, Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, Clinical Practice Guidelines, In Progress

Dr. Albert D'Angelantonio, III

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