Aaron Leshikar, DPM, CWSP

Aaron Leshikar, DPM, CWSP

Foot and Ankle

Biography

Dr. Aaron J. Leshikar joined Wilmington Health in November 2021. He completed a three-year Reconstructive Rear-foot and Ankle surgical residency at St. Vincent Hospital, a level 1 trauma hospital, in Indianapolis, Indiana. While at St. Vincent’s, Dr. Leshikar received extensive training in Charcot reconstruction, limb salvage and pediatric flatfoot reconstruction. He is well versed in the latest surgical techniques as well as conservative management of trauma related foot and ankle injuries. He is very experienced with all common foot and ankle conditions.

Dr. Leshikar earned his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine in 2014.

Dr. Leshikar has a dedication for getting his patients back on their feet as fast as possible; so they can be living their best lives and doing what they enjoy. Dr. Leshikar played college basketball and soccer and his understanding of athletic performance is certainly an asset in treating his patients/athletes. He is professionally interested in sports medicine, minimally invasive surgical techniques, wound care, limb salvage /reconstruction and diabetic foot care.

Dr. Leshikar is a Board Certified Wound Physician by the ABWM.

Dr. Leshikar is married and has 5 children and 2 dogs. He enjoys being outdoors, exercising, playing basketball and golfing.

Meet Dr. Aaron Leshikar

Patient Satisfaction

Our patient satisfaction surveys help us identify areas of improvement to work toward providing you with the best healthcare in the area. Patient satisfaction, along with increasing the quality of care delivered and reducing healthcare costs, are the three organizational objectives we focus on each and every day.

Provider Specific Scores

  • 6. How would you rate how well this provider communicates? (easy to understand, listens carefully to you, shows respect for what you had to say, sensitivity, friendliness)

    4.82 out of 5
  • 7. Using a number from 1 to 5, where 5 is the best provider possible and 1 is the worst provider possible, what number would you use to rate this provider?

    4.87 out of 5

How does Aaron Leshikar compare?

Question Aaron
1. How would you rate getting an appointment as soon as you needed?  4.79
2. When you contact the office, how would you rate getting the help or advice you need? 4.61
3. How would you rate the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff? 4.78
4. How would you rate the comfort and cleanliness of the waiting area? (How neat, comfortable, pleasant was the waiting room) 4.83
5. Wait time includes the time you spend in the waiting area and the exam room before you see your provider. How would you rate the amount of time that you had to wait to see the provider? 4.61
6. How would you rate how well this provider communicates? (easy to understand, listens carefully to you, shows respect for what you had to say, sensitivity, friendliness) 4.82
7. Using a number from 1 to 5, where 5 is the best provider possible and 1 is the worst provider possible, what number would you use to rate this provider? 4.87
8. When this provider orders a blood test, x-ray, or other test for you, how would you rate how well this provider’s office follows up to give you those results? 4.51
9. How would you rate how easy it is to get appointments with specialists? 4.62
10. Considering all aspects of the office, would you say that you are: completely satisfied, very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied? 4.75

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