Jeffrey M. DeLott, joined Connecticut Orthopaedics in 2001 after completing a three year podiatric surgical residency at the prestigious Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and certified in foot and ankle surgery.
He is an attending surgeon and clinical instructor at Yale-New Haven Hospital, the Hospital of Saint Raphael and Milford Hospital. He teaches podiatric and orthopedic surgical residents at the Hospital of Saint Raphael and Yale-New Haven Hospital. He currently provides care to athletes from Quinnipiac and Yale University and volunteers time to area high schools and youth programs.
After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Exercise Physiology, Dr. DeLott went on to the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine completing his degree in 1998. During his residency, he became involved in Philadelphia’s largest interdisciplinary wound care center for diabetic limb salvage and charcot reconstruction. He was involved with multiple biomechanical studies of the lower extremity while training at the Gait Study Center in Philadelphia.
Dr. DeLott has extensive experience in all aspects of foot and ankle care including trauma, diabetic wound care and limb salvage, bunions, hammertoes, neuromas, heel pain and a particular interest in sports medicine and foot surgery.
Dr. DeLott has contributed expert foot and ankle content to various health related web sites and publications, including a text “Foot and Ankle Pearls.”
He is a member of the American and Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association and a Fellow with the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
Dr. DeLott resides in Cheshire with his wife Cynthia, daughter Alexa, and son Trevor. He is an avid triathlete and marathon finisher.