Dr. Dafeamekpor graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a major in Biophysics. He then earned his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the Sterling Hartford DiPrimio Honorary Society and received many academic awards. He then completed a 4-year surgical residency at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Penn Medicine, where he received extensive training in forefoot and complex rear foot, ankle, and leg reconstruction, as well as in foot and ankle traumatology. His surgical experience ranges from forefoot surgeries like correction of bunions and hammertoes to rearfoot surgeries like Charcot reconstructions, pediatric flatfoot correction and trauma. He also specializes in infection management, diabetic foot reconstruction, and limb salvage. Dr. Dafeamekpor has attended numerous training and certification courses during his training and is very proficient in the latest technologies in treating foot and ankle pathologies including minimally invasive techniques, foot and ankle arthroscopy and total ankle replacements.
Dr. Dafeamekpor has participated in various charitable endeavors, including being a part of an annual mission trip to Nicaragua where they provide up to date reconstructive surgeries for free to patients with limited resources and the less fortunate with debilitating congenital and post-traumatic deformities of the lower extremity.
When he is not providing excellent care to his patients, Dr. Dafeamekpor likes to play soccer, play basketball and spend time with his family. He loves music and plays the bass guitar in his leisure time.
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Penn Medicine in Philadelphia, PA (2015-2019)
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (2015)
Temple University, Bsc Biophysics (2009)
American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
– Qualified in Foot Surgery
– Qualified in Reconstructive Rear Foot/Ankle Surgery
American Board of Podiatric Medicine