That is why we offer the highest standard of care in podiatry. We seek to make your visit simple, stress-free, and effective! It is our goal to resolve your pain and function issues in a way that allows you to live the life you are accustomed to.
Don’t live in pain! There are a number of causes for podiatric issues, please contact us today so we can identify the cause and solution for your particular problem! We want you to be walking, running, jumping and living the lifestyle you want to!
Francoise Jusma, DPM
Dr. Francoise Jusma is a graduate of New York College of Podiatric Medicine. She began practicing podiatry as a resident at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in 1997 before completing her residency and staying on as a staff doctor. She later joined the podiatric team at Woodhull Hospital in 1999, where she still works as their full time podiatrist. Dr. Jusma's main focus is diabetic footcare; however, she also enjoys all of the aspects and challenges of foot pathology. Her practice includes podiatric medicine, foot surgery, and sports medicine. Dr. Jusma is certified in Podiatric Surgery by the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry.
Dr. Jusma is amicable, sympathetic, compassionate, and caring. She manifests excellent mannerisms when caring for her patients.
Dr. Jusma is the founder of Christian Hand “The Leoda Jusma Foundation,” a non-for-profit charitable organization that provides care to the poor in Haiti. She was awarded by the Overseas Medical Assistance Team for outstanding contribution to improving health care in developing countries, by the North Brooklyn Health Network for invaluable contribution as a physician to improving the health of our community, and by the Woodhull Hospital for community service. She was featured in New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation Insider for her effort and contribution to the people of Haiti after the devastating earthquake in 2010.
Dr. Jusma's philosophy is that our life circle is not completely successful unless we give back. She goes out of her way to bring comfort not only to her patients but to anyone in need.