Amal A. Masri DPM

North Miami Beach
73 NW 167 Street
North Miami Beach , FL  33169

Phone: (305) 654-7753
Fax: (305) 654-7753
Mon/Wed/Thu 8am- 4pm
Tue 1pm-4pm
Alternate Fri 8am-4pm
Sat 9am-12pm
Evening/Sun Hours by Appt


Miami Beach
Mount Sinai Medical Center Simon Building
4302 Alton Road Suite 620

Miami Beach , FL  33140

Phone: (305) 654-7753
Fax: (305) 673-9259
Mon to Fri 8:30am-5pm  
Nova Southeastern University
Juris Doctorate

Miami VA Hospital
Podiatric Surgical Residency training

Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

University of Miami
Bachelor of Science


Diabetic Foot Care
Wound Care
Sports Medicine
300 South Central Avenue
Apopka , FL  32703

Phone: (407) 814-1434
Fax: (305) 654-7753
Alternate Fridays 7:30am to 5pm  


Mount Sinai Medical Center

American Podiatric Medical Association
Florida Podiatric Medical Association 

Dr. Amal A. Masri has saved hundreds of her patients’ legs and feet from amputation throughout her career as a podiatrist in Miami. She continues to perform limb salvage treatments daily, as well as surgery and other podiatric treatments to help her patients walk comfortably again.

Masri was born in Lebanon but moved to Miami when she was two years old, and has not left since then. This explains her ability to speak Arabic, as well as Spanish and English. Dr. Masri graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in Biology and Philosophy, with hopes to be a surgeon. Soon after, Dr. Masri decided she wanted to pursue podiatry. She attended Barry University’s School of Podiatric Medicine and graduated in 1994. Dr. Masri went on to complete a three-year surgical residency at the Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Hospital near downtown Miami.

In 1997, she opened her own practice in North Miami Beach, and since then, Dr. Masri has opened three other locations in Miami Beach at Mount Sinai Hospital, at the University of Miami Hospital and in Orlando, Florida. Her office locations support Dr. Masri’s philosophy that she must do everything possible to make herself available to patients suffering from pain in the lower extremities. Dr. Masri prides herself on being attentive and accessible to her patients, many of whom suffer from diabetic foot complications.

“I’m very dedicated… I’ve never turned a patient away,” Dr. Masri says. “I work six days a week and I am available 24 hours a day.”