Dr. Elizabeth Neubauer DPM

Whether your goal is independent mobility or an athletic competition, I will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan that fits your lifestyle.


Board Qualified Podiatrist

Dr. Elizabeth Neubauer is one of the newest arrivals to the Weil Foot & Ankle Institute. She earned her doctorate in podiatric medicine (DPM) in 2017 and has since completed numerous specialty courses in orthopedics and arthroscopy.

Like many people who are drawn to podiatry and sports medicine, Dr. Neubauer is an athlete herself. She is a former USA Gymnastics State Champion in Michigan, former University of Michigan Cheerleader has run the Twin Cities Marathon, and is currently a Pure Barre instructor. Dr. Neubauer understands firsthand the critical role foot and ankle care play in the performance of any athlete – from a serious marathon runner to a casual jogger.

Like all our podiatrists, Dr. Neubauer employs a consultative approach to medicine. Her favorite part about being a podiatrist is empowering patients to make informed decisions about their own healthcare. She believes most ailments can be cured without surgery (though she is a skilled surgeon herself).

When she isn’t treating patients, she still likes to stay active. Some of her favorite hobbies include skiing and running. She’s also an avid traveler and reader.


The William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

University of Michigan


Additional training

Master of Science in Healthcare Administration

Stryker Orthopaedics Advanced Course, 2019

Minnesota Podiatric Medical Association Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine, 2019

American Academy of Foot & Ankle Osteosynthesis – Advanced Skeletal Fixation, 2019

American College of Foot & Ankle Surgery Arthroscopy, 2019

Association memberships

American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

American Podiatric Medical Association

Illinois Podiatric Medical Association

Certifications, awards, honors received

Chief Resident, Regions Hospital, Foot & Ankle Surgery 2019-2020

National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grant Recipient, 2014