Ammar Saymeh, DPM

Foot & Ankle Surgeon located in Matawan, Old Bridge, Freehold & East Brunswick, NJ

About Ammar Saymeh, DPM

Foot and ankle surgeon Ammar Saymeh, DPM, is the Director of Foot and Ankle Services at NJ Spine and Wellness. He sees patients of all ages, ranging from pediatrics to the elderly population at the practice’s locations in Matawan, East Brunswick, Freehold, and Old Bridge, New Jersey. 

His surgical and clinical interests include sports injuries, which include ligamentous and tendon injuries, Achilles tendon injuries, ankle sprains and strains, arthroscopic surgery, minimally invasive bunion and hammertoe surgery, reconstructive flatfoot surgery, post-traumatic arthritis, fracture repair and deformity correction of the foot and ankle. 

Dr. Saymeh attended the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University, where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology in 2010. He then attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he earned his medical degree. After completing his education at Temple, Dr. Saymeh completed his three-year surgical residency training at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, a Level 1 trauma center. 

Before joining the NJ Spine and Wellness team, Dr. Saymeh worked in private practice in Pennsylvania and South Jersey. Licensed to practice in New Jersey, he is board qualified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. 

Dr. Saymeh remains active in teaching both students and residents and attends multiple conferences throughout the year in order to remain up to date on the newest and best surgical techniques. Most recently, he completed Arthrex MIS (minimally invasive surgery) Course Level III on extensive surgical skills course in techniques for both forefoot and rearfoot minimally invasive procedures in 2019.  

Born and raised in Old Bridge, New Jersey, Dr. Saymeh is excited to call New Jersey home once again with his wife, Dinah. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and traveling.

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Foot and ankle surgeon Ammar Saymeh, DPM, is the Director of Foot and Ankle Services at NJ Spine and Wellness. He sees patients of all ages, ranging from pediatrics to the elderly population at the practice’s locations in Matawan, East Brunswick, Freehold, and Old Bridge, New Jersey. 

His surgical and clinical interests include sports injuries, which include ligamentous and tendon injuries, Achilles tendon injuries, ankle sprains and strains, arthroscopic surgery, minimally invasive bunion and hammertoe surgery, reconstructive flatfoot surgery, post-traumatic arthritis, fracture repair and deformity correction of the foot and ankle. 

Dr. Saymeh attended the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University, where he graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology in 2010. He then attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he earned his medical degree. After completing his education at Temple, Dr. Saymeh completed his three-year surgical residency training at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, a Level 1 trauma center. 

Before joining the NJ Spine and Wellness team, Dr. Saymeh worked in private practice in Pennsylvania and South Jersey. Licensed to practice in New Jersey, he is board qualified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. 

Dr. Saymeh remains active in teaching both students and residents and attends multiple conferences throughout the year in order to remain up to date on the newest and best surgical techniques. Most recently, he completed Arthrex MIS (minimally invasive surgery) Course Level III on extensive surgical skills course in techniques for both forefoot and rearfoot minimally invasive procedures in 2019.  

Born and raised in Old Bridge, New Jersey, Dr. Saymeh is excited to call New Jersey home once again with his wife, Dinah. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and traveling.


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