Samantha M. Newstadt, DPM


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About Samantha M. Newstadt

Philosophy of care

To best meet your podiatric needs, I want to get to know you to help you feel at ease, and to help you connect with other specialists if needed. I provide compassionate and regular diabetic foot care, and aid in preventing further podiatric complications.

Why I entered medicine

Prior to studying podiatry in medical school, I worked for several years on a dementia unit. In that time I developed a deep passion for serving others, especially those in the geriatric population. Podiatry offers a very hands-on way to really connect with you. By meeting needs related to the foot in a small way, I can improve a patient’s likelihood of remaining ambulatory long into life.

Community involvement

I do homeless shelter/soup kitchen volunteering, and I also help at outdoor-running charity events.

Personal interests

Outside work I enjoy running and music.


Saint Joseph's University, BS - Sociology, 2007

Medical Training
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, DPM - Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, 2017


Residency 2020
Podiatric Medicine, St Luke's Hospital


American Board of Podiatric Medicine - Podiatric Medicine

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