About the Doctor

Dr. Georgeanne Botek has established herself as a prominent podiatric surgeon since joining the Cleveland Clinic in 1997. Her academic journey began with a degree in English Literature from Miami University, which laid a humanistic foundation for her subsequent medical studies at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. Completing her residency with the Ohio Permanente Medical Group, Dr. Botek has since risen to become the Head of the Section of Podiatry and the Medical Director of the Diabetic Foot Clinic at the Cleveland Clinic.

In her dual roles, Dr. Botek focuses on the conservative and surgical management of foot ailments, specializing in diabetic foot care and the prevention of amputations. Her treatment spectrum encompasses a variety of conditions, from arthritis to sports injuries, emphasizing patient-centered care. Dr. Botek's involvement extends beyond clinical practice; she actively engages with professional associations and contributes to educational materials, helping to advance the field of podiatric medicine both locally and nationally.



Graduated School

Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (Kent State University)

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Georgeanne Botek work?

    She works in the orthopaedic surgery department.

  • At which hospital does Georgeanne Botek work?

    Dr. Georgeanne works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

  • What diseases is Dr. Georgeanne in?

    Dr. Georgeanne specializes in diseases and treatments such as foot surgery, heel injections, ankle pathology and arthritis, brachymetatarsia, cellulitis.

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