Heidi M. Godoy, DPM
Dr. Heidi Godoy is a highly esteemed board-certified pediatric podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon, dedicated to enhancing the lives of her patients in Wayne, N.J. At the Godoy Foot & Ankle Center she specializes in the intricate realm of reconstructive surgery for complex foot and ankle deformities. Her expertise encompasses an array of areas, including minimally invasive surgery, pediatric deformity correction, and pediatric and adult flatfoot reconstruction. She also focuses on post-traumatic management and sports injuries, and is adept in Remy laser treatment that uses light to provide pain relief and stimulate healing.
Dr. Godoy's educational journey began with a Bachelor of Science degree at the College of New Jersey, followed by earning a medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City. She further honed her skills during a rigorous surgical residency at Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton, Penn., focusing on foot and ankle deformity correction and trauma. Dr. Godoy's commitment to pediatric care led her to become the inaugural fellow of The Pediatric Foot & Ankle Fellowship, solidifying her expertise in pediatric deformity treatment.
Beyond her clinical work, Dr. Godoy shares her knowledge through lectures across the United States with presentations on various foot and ankle surgery topics. She exemplifies her dedication to humanitarian efforts by participating in medical missions abroad, extending her expertise to underserved communities in many places, including Peru and Honduras.
In her leisure moments, Dr. Godoy finds joy in traveling, spending time with her family, her two beloved goldendoodles, and her backyard chickens. She also relishes outdoor activities such as biking, running, and hiking, reflecting her zest for a vibrant and active lifestyle. Dr. Heidi Godoy is not only a skilled practitioner but a compassionate advocate for her patients' well-being.
Johanna F. Godoy, DPM
Dr. Johanna Godoy is a leading foot and ankle surgeon, specializing in lower extremity conditions with a strong focus on the leg, ankle, and foot. Her practice encompasses general foot and ankle pathology, reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive procedures, and diabetic limb salvage. She is passionate about treating Charcot Neuroarthropathy, using advanced techniques like internal and external fixation, and she shares her knowledge through national lectures and presentations to peers.
Dr. Godoy earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Montclair State University in New Jersey before obtaining her medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Her postgraduate training was completed at Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where she excelled and served as chief resident.
Beyond her private practice, Dr. Godoy is deeply committed to education, serving as a physician on staff at her alma mater. Here, she mentors residents and guides students, fueling her passion for teaching the next generation of podiatric professionals. Outside of her medical career, Dr. Godoy values time with her husband and three children, cherishing family moments. She also enjoys creative DIY crafts and maintains her fitness with Peloton bike workouts.
With her dedication to foot and ankle surgery, commitment to education, and innovative approach Dr. Godoy is a respected figure in the medical field. Her patients and colleagues benefit from her expertise, compassionate care, and unwavering pursuit of excellence in treating lower extremity conditions.
Rare Schwannoma Nerve Tumor in a Lesser Toe, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, July/August 2019