David A Engorn, D.P.M.



Achilles Tendon Injuries, Bunions, Diabetic Foot Care, Diabetic Foot Salvage, Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Diabetic Wound Care, Foot and Ankle, Fractures, Laser Therapy, Podiatric Sports Medicine, Podiatry, Sports Injuries, Wound Care and Trauma ...read more


National Capital Foot and Ankle Center

Appointment Phone: 301-969-1483
12400 Park Potomac Avenue
Suite R-2
Potomac, MD 20854 map

National Capital Foot and Ankle Center

Appointment Phone: 202-966-0900
5100 Wisconsin Ave
Suite 522
Washington, DC 20016 map
Fax: 202-966-0836


Dr. David Engorn is a surgeon affiliated with Sibley Memorial Hospital and Suburban Hospital. Dr. Engorn is a native of Baltimore, MD and is a board qualified Podiatric Surgeon practicing in Potomac, MD and Friendship Heights, DC.

Dr. Engorn has expertise in treating sports injuries, heel pain, ankle pain, Achilles tendon pain and bunions. He is experienced in MLS laser therapy, bone marrow aspiration, stem cell injections, wound care and laser treatments for fungal toenails.

He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park and went on to complete his medical degree in Miami, Florida at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine.

He returned to the area for his residency at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center where he focused on diabetic limb salvage, foot and ankle fracture care, reconstructive surgery and sports medicine.    

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Departments / Divisions

  • Surgery at Sibley Memorial Hospital
  • Surgery at Suburban Hospital



  • DPM; Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine (2013)


  • Podiatric Surgery; Medstar Washington Hospital Center (2016)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery~* (Podiatric Medicine and Surgery) (2016)

Patient Ratings & Comments

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