Michael T. Rossidis, DPM
Podiatry / Foot and Ankle Surgery
Michael Rossidis, DPM, joined Nevada Orthopedic and Spine Center in 2022 after moving to Las Vegas, Nevada, from Philadelphia with his family. At the practice’s Northwest and Henderson offices, Dr. Rossidis specializes in all facets of podiatric care, including foot and ankle arthroscopy, minimally invasive surgery, diabetic limb salvage, deformity correction, and wound care.
Dr. Michael Rossidis completed his undergraduate education at Cornell University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in biology and was a Division I Varsity rower. He then obtained his podiatric medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine where he was inducted into the Pi Mu Delta society for his outstanding clinical work and research. He was also awarded the Michael L. Stone Award for outstanding professional conduct. Dr. Rossidis completed his foot and ankle surgical training at the prestigious Penn Presbyterian Medical Center - University of Pennsylvania Health System, where he trained in all aspects of lower extremity care, including advanced training in vascular and plastic surgery, as well as trauma. His surgical training was further complemented by additional experience in rheumatology, infectious disease, and general medicine. Dr. Rossidis is passionate about teaching and research, has presented his research at several national conferences, and serves as a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery (FACFAS). He is also board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery.
Dr. Rossidis’ primary goal is to help patients get back to their pre-injury levels of activity, whether that includes high-intensity athletics or simply walking pain-free. He believes in maximizing non-operative treatments whenever possible but can also provide individualized and innovative advanced surgical options when needed. He is committed to patient education and works with patients to identify the best treatments to suit their individual lifestyles.
When not working, Dr. Rossidis enjoys spending time with his family as well as rowing, cycling, golfing, tennis, and ice hockey. Go Knights!