Paul Stasko is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine who completed undergraduate at SUNY Brockport where he played Varsity ice hockey and earned his degree in Biology. He attended podiatry school at Des Moines University-College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. After podiatry school, Dr. Stasko completed his surgical residency at Geisinger-Community Medical Center in Scranton, PA where he received training in all aspects of podiatry and foot and ankle surgery including reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, wound care, forefoot surgery, diabetic foot care and podiatric medicine. Following residency, Dr. Stasko completed the foot and ankle deformity correction fellowship in Baltimore Maryland at the Rubin Institute for Advance Orthopedics-International Center for Limb Lengthening-Sinai Hospital. Here, Dr. Stasko received extensive training in deformity correction of the foot and ankle, revisional surgery, and further training in all aspects of podiatric medicine. Dr. Stasko lives locally with his wife and is a native of Batavia, NY.
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