Matthew Villani, DPM, AACFAS

Matthew F Villani

Matthew F Villani

  • Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida
  • Tavares, Altamonte Springs, and Lake Mary, FL
  • 407-339-7759

Primary Office Locations:

Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida
1807 Salk Avenue
Tavares, FL 32778

Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida
661 E. Altamonte Drive, Ste. 210
Altamonte Springs, FL  32701

Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida
1307 South International Pkwy #1061
Lake Mary, FL 32746


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Dr. Matthew Villani attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine where he obtained his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree. Dr. Villani completed his podiatric surgical residency at Florida Hospital East Orlando

Dr. Villani is a member of both the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons. Additionally, Dr. Villani is Vice President of the Florida American Podiatric Association (Central Florida Chapter). He's also very active in his local community, including the Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City.


  • Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
  • Chief Resident Physician Foot and Ankle Surgery, Florida Hospital East Orlando
  • Undergraduate studies - Stetson University (Deland, FL)

Professional Organizations

  • Florida American Podiatric Association – Central Florida Chapter – Vice President
  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons – Member
  • American Podiatric Medical Association – Member

Hospital Affiliations

  • Florida Hospital Healthcare System
  • Florida Hospital Waterman
  • Other – Surgery Center of Mount Dora, Premier Surgery Center, Lake Mary Surgery Center


  • Villani M., Walton L. Principles and Biomechanical Considerations of Tendon Transfers. Clinics of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (2015)
  • Poster Presentation (2015) ACFAS Conference. Management of Extensive Lower Extremity Wounds with the Assistance of Intraoperative Angiography: A Case Study of a Patient with Calciphylaxis Successfully Managed with the Assistance of Intraoperative Angiography
  • Co-Author Management Strategies: Lateral Ankle Stabilization. Complications in Foot and Ankle Surgery (2014)
  • Poster Presentation (2013) ACFAS Conference Case Study: Foreign Body Granuloma Formation Following Cosmetic Procedure