Caesar A. Zuniga, DPM, CWS

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Overall Satisfaction
4.7 out of 5
199 Ratings


  • Medical School: Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, OH
  • Residency: West Roxbury VA Hospital, West Roxbury, MA
  • Surgical Residency: Southwestern General Hospital, El Paso, TX

Special Interest

Dr. Caesar Zuniga received his medical degree from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, and completed his 1st year of residency in Podiatric Medicine at West Roxbury VA Hospital, in Massachusetts.  He went on to complete his Podiatric Surgery Residency at Southwestern General Hospital in El Paso.  Dr. Zuniga has served as a medical director in wound care centers in El Paso and has 18 years of podiatry and wound care experience, concentrating on limb salvage.  He provides alternate treatment options to amputations, including HBO (hyperbaric oxygen therapy) and wound vac therapy.  Dr. Zuniga is Board Certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the American Board of Wound Management.


  • Bunion Surgery
  • Hammer Toe Surgery
  • Fractures of the Foot & Ankle
  • Adult and Pediatric Flat Foot
  • Degenerative Joints of the Foot & Ankle
  • Heel Pain/Heel Spur
  • Heel Pain Surgery (TENEX Procedure)
  • Neruoma of the Foot
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Wound Care
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Foot Reconstruction
  • Fungal Nail and Ingrown Toenail Treatment
  • Gout Treatment
  • Corn, Callus and Wart Treatment

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