Mark Yakavonis, MD, MMS, FAAOS, is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in foot and ankle conditions. His expertise includes sports injuries, fractures, syndesmotic injuries, cartilage injuries, Achilles tendon injuries and tendonitis, post traumatic arthritis, foot and ankle arthritis, minimally invasive and arthroscopic surgery, osteochondral lesions of the Talus, foot deformity, bunions, hammer toes, ankle joint replacement surgery and neuromuscular disease. Dr. Yakavonis earned his doctorate at New York Medical College. He completed his residency at BMC, where he served as Chief resident and received the Resident Research Award for his research on a novel operative technique for reducing the ankle syndesmosis. He completed fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital where he was awarded a national research grant for his research on the ankle syndesmosis. Dr. Yakavonis has published several peer reviewed scientific papers and co-authored a book chapter on foot and ankle conditions.
  • Departments

  • Specialties

    Foot pain or injury, Ankle pain or injury, Foot & Ankle trauma/fracture, arthritis, deformity, sports injuries

  • Pronouns

  • Administrative Title

    Assistant Professor

  • Residency

    Boston University, Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Fellowship

    Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Education

    New York Medical College, 2012
  • Board Certifications

    ABOS Board Certified