Our Team

Mika Hayashi, D.P.M.

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine



Staff, NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital
Board Certified, The American Board of Podiatric Medicine (ABPM)
Member, American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

Dr. Mika Hayashi graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and completed her surgical residency training at St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital where she served as Chief Resident overseeing the Podiatry Departments. During her residency, Dr. Hayashi performed surgeries including Bunionectomy, Hammertoe surgery, fracture fixation, and foot amputation.

After training at St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital, Dr. Hayashi served as the foot and ankle injury specialist at the Miller Healthcare Institute for Performing Artists, the first medical center in the nation to solely cater to performing artists. At the Miller Institute, Dr. Hayashi successfully treated numerous Broadway performers and dancers by employing minimally invasive or no surgery approach. During this time, she started to consider the idea of treating regular patients with a less invasive approach and improve their Quality of Life.

In 2008, Dr. Hayashi opened her private practice MIKA HAYASHI, D.P.M, P.C. Foot and Ankle Surgery, Sports Medicine. She has treated various varsity and professional athletes and performers. Dr. Hayashi is fluent in Japanese, English and Spanish, allowing her to communicate and care for a diverse range of patients.

Dr. Hayashi is also a staff at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital, which is ranked in Top 5 best orthopedic hospitals in the nation. She specializes in orthopedic surgeries as well as less invasive treatments, such as PRP therapy, orthotics therapy, and nutrition and vitamin intake advice.

In recent years, Dr. Hayashi has been significant contributor to the growth of the Podiatry Medicine in Japan. In March 2014, she was invited by the Japanese Society of Footcare as one of the three international guest speakers.

In addition to her private practice, Dr. Hayashi is a mother of 10-year-old son and enjoys cooking, swimming and skiing.



Alecia Williams, D.P.M.

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine


Board Certified, The American Board of Podiatric Medicine (ABPM)
St. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx Privileged Surgeon
The Ambulatory Surgical Center of East Tremont Medical Center Privileged Surgeon

Dr. Alecia Williams is a graduate of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. After receiving her Podiatric Degree, Dr. Williams trained for three years at multiple institutions including at St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital and Gramercy Surgical Center. Her training involved exposure to a broad range of medical areas including inpatient and outpatient management of sports related injuries, wound care, diabetic screening, trauma, and foot and ankle surgery.

Dr. Williams currently serves as the Associate Doctor at Mika Hayashi, D.P.M, P.C. Foot & Ankle Surgery, Sports Medicine. She is fluent in English and Spanish and enjoys sports and reading novels.



Yasuho Mori, MS, ATC, C.Ped

Foot Rehabilitation Specialist

NATA/BOC Certified Athletic Trainer
ABC Certified Pedorthist (C.Ped)
B.S. Troy University, Athletic Training

M.S. Middle Tennessee State University, Exercise Science
NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist

Ms. Mori holds a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Troy University. After successfully completing her board exam, she served as the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at the Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) Track and Field program while also pursuing her Master of Exercise Science degree. During her time at MTSU, Yasuho worked closely with the team orthopedic physicians and developed treatment plans and rehabilitation programs for injured student athletes.

After completing her Master’s degree, Ms. Mori worked for a startup company called DreamGP America, Inc., the manufacture of 3D foot scanner and custom orthotics. She was in charge of analyzing 3D foot data and designing custom orthotics and shoe last with CAD software. At our clinic, Yasuho utilizes her experience and skills to provide the best care possible to the patients.

Ms. Mori is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA), and she is also a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Yasuho enjoys cooking, surfing, playing basketball, and exploring New York’s many neighborhoods with her Boston Terrier.