About Us

Foot pain is rather common. Unfortunately, some people mistake “common” for “normal,” but here’s the truth of the matter:

Pain is not normal—it’s a sign that something is wrong!

And when your body is telling you there’s a problem in a foot or ankle, it’s in your best interest to do something about it.

So what can you do?

Well, we’re a little biased, but we think you might want to consider coming to see us here at Texas Foot and Ankle Center. In doing so, one of our experienced, skilled doctors can evaluate the condition that’s causing your pain and/or taking away functionality. Once we’ve determined what is wrong, we will create an appropriate, customized treatment plan so you can find relief and get back to your favorite activities.

At our Dallas office, we take pride in providing all of our patients with comprehensive, effective podiatry services—and we’d love the opportunity to do the same for you!

What We Believe

Put simply we believe this:

Every resident throughout our Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex deserves access to exceptional foot and ankle care.

That is a guiding principle for our doctors as they strive to provide all of our patients with the best possible treatment, which is always administered in a caring, professional manner. Further, we work to ensure that you’re able to recognize this mindset every time you visit our office.

Additionally, we believe it’s imperative to view each case on a unique basis—especially because your situation is bound to be at least a little bit different than the last patient’s. Taking that a step further, we also work to solve your current foot or ankle problem out of the context of any previous issues you might have had (even while taking them into consideration).

Because no two cases are completely identical, we take the time to create customized treatment plans based on your situation and lifestyle goals.

Essentially, every time you come to our Dallas office, you can trust that our doctors are going to do everything possible to help you find relief and a restored ability to do the things in life you love doing.

Beyond exceptional foot care, we believe you have the right to information and materials that discuss your medical condition. Sure, this will certainly help you make sense of what you’re going through and allows you to make informed decisions for your healthcare, but it also gives you insight into what you can do to prevent future issues from developing.

What We Do

Keeping all of that in mind, our goal at Texas Foot and Ankle Center is to provide you—and your loved ones—with comprehensive podiatric services to treat both chronic and acute issues.

And our process starts with a careful, accurate diagnosis.

Having a thorough understanding of your medical issue is always going to be the first step in developing an effective treatment plan. For this reason, we take the time to listen to what you have to say and use our vast experience to assess your situation.

Once we have determined why you are experiencing foot pain or difficulty, your medical team will evaluate the various treatment options at our disposal and create your customized treatment plan.

Depending on your circumstances, this may entail resting for a time and keeping away from certain activities—all so you can get back to them sooner. Often, ice and medication are used to both relieve pain and manage inflammation.

Sometimes, we may prescribe physical therapy and/or custom orthotics as conservative treatment.

The good news is that most patients are treated without needing surgical intervention. Of course, when surgery is the recommended course of action, you can rest assured in knowing that our team is highly skilled and trained, and has experience performing successful procedures for patients just like you.

How to Contact Us

Now that you know more about Texas Foot and Ankle Center, feel free to connect with us if you’d like more information about why you are experiencing lower limb pain or difficulty or want to know how we can help you overcome the problem.

You can contact our friendly, professional staff by calling (214) 660-0777. One of our team members will be happy to answer any questions you might have, provide additional information, or assist you in scheduling an appointment with one of our podiatrists. If you’d prefer, please take advantage of our online form and connect with us right now!