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Dr. Dustin Constant

DUSTIN CONSTANT, DPM was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee and he obtained his doctorate from Barry University. He completed an intense surgical residency at Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut where he received a very comprehensive training in forefoot, rearfoot and ankle pathology. He then completed his fellowship for foot and ankle reconstruction at Coordinated Health in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His fellowship training had an emphasis on total ankle replacement, adult and pediatric reconstruction, trauma, and sports medicine. Dr. Constant is an avid sports fan and has an interest in treating athletes of all ages. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, playing soccer, fishing, scuba diving, snowboarding and surfing.


His areas of special interest include: joint replacement, arthroscopy, foot and ankle fracture repair, minimally invasive procedures, foot and ankle reconstruction, regenerative medicine and sports medicine.

  • Current Member - American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS)

  • Current Member - American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine (ACFAOM)

  • Integra Cadence Total Ankle Certificate March 2019

  • Integra Salto Talaris Total Ankle Certificate March 2019

  • Orthofix External Fixation Fellow Certificate February 2019

  • Stryker STAR Total Ankle Certificate June 2017, March 2019

  • Orthofix External Fixation Resident Certificate April 2018

  • ACFAS Arthroscopy Course Certificate June 2017

  • Principles and Application of Circular External Fixation for the Foot and Ankle (TrueLok, TL-HEX) 2017

  • AAFAO Advanced Techniques in Skeletal Fixation of the Foot & Ankle, Cordova, TN 2017

  • AAFAO Comprehensive Course for Internal Fixation and Reconstructive Surgery and Trauma of the Foot & Ankle, Cordova, TN 2016

  • Fellowship Training.

  • Fellowship for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction at Coordinated Health-July 2018 to August 2019

  • Residency Training

  • Yale New Haven Healthcare System -1450 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511 June 2015-June 2018, Chief Resident 2017-2018

  • Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

  • Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, Miami

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA. “Novel Technique for Treatment of Atypical Osteoid Osteoma of the Talus” FAS

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA. “Current Concepts on Evans Osteotomy” Podiatry Today July 2019

  • Constant DD, Knapp PW “Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction” StatPearls. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2019 May 28

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA, Protzman NM. “Preliminary results of Integra Cadence fixed-bearing TAR system: Clinical and radiographic outcomes”- In Progress

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA, Protzman NM. “A retrospective comparison of peri-articular tendon repairs of the ankle with and without acellular amniotic scaffold augmentation”- submitted for publication Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA, Protzman NM. “A retrospective comparison of hindfoot and ankle arthrodesis with and without placental connective tissue matrix (CTM)”-Submitted for publication Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle

  • Constant DD, Brigido SA, Protzman NM. Riniker ML. “Application of Acellular Amniotic Scaffold Following Total Ankle Replacement: A Retrospective Comparison” Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle October 2018

  • Constant DD, Betesh S, Caminear D, Blume P, DeLott J. “Anatomic Lateral Ankle Reconstruction with Semitendinosus Allograft: A Surgical Technique Guide and Retrospective Review.” Podiatry Today August 2018

  • Constant DD, Rivera J, Morra A. “Prospective analysis on arthroscopic treatment of OCD lesions based on size with comparison of pre-op and post-op MRI.” Pending publication

  • Vyce S, Gazes M, Betesh S, Constant D. “A Novel Technique for Digital Mini External Fixation.”  Accepted publication

  • Gazes M, Constant D, Morra A, Thompson J. “Posterior interosseous nerve grafting for superficial peroneal neuroma-in-continuity.” Pending publication to Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 2017

  • Constant DD, Vazales R, Snyder R. “A Rare Case of Aggressive Digital Adenocarcinoma of the Lower Extremity, Masquerading as an Ulcerative Lesion that Clinically Favored Benignancy.” Journal of Healthcare, August 2014

  • Constant DD, Morra A. “A Retrospective Study of Bacterial Species Commonly Infecting Lower Extremity Wounds in South Florida.”- Research and Poster Presentation 2014

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