Austin Foot & Ankle Injury Resources

Our mission at the Austin Foot & Ankle Specialists is to offer the highest quality medical and surgical podiatric care to patients of all ages. We treat running and sports injuries in Austin, TX as well as the surrounding areas. Call us at (512) 328-8900 to learn more about how we may be able to serve you.


  • American Board of Podiatric Surgery

    The American Board of Podiatric Surgery is recognized by the Joint Committee on the Recognition of Specialty Boards of the Council on Podiatric Medical Education under the authority of the American Podiatric Medical Association as the specialty board to conduct a certification process in podiatric surgery.

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Heel and Arch Pain

  • Heel Pain Centers of Central Texas

    While foot problems such as bunions, corns and dry, cracked skin affect many Americans on a daily basis, one particular ailment—heel pain—stands out as one of the most commonly experienced, yet least treated, of all foot disorders.


  • American Board of Podiatric Medicine

    Podiatric Medicine and Orthopedics is the medical specialty concerned with the comprehensive and continuous foot health care of patients. It integrates the biological, biomechanical, rehabilitative, clinical and behavioral sciences and encompasses first contact care, continuous care, long term care and general medicine.

  • Three Lakes Physical Therapy and Wellness Center

    Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists continue their commitment to patient outcomes and a commintnet to their patient's return to normal activity with the latest division addition of Three Lakes Physical Therapy and Wellness Center located at 5000 Bee Caves Road, Suite 200 in Austin Texas.

  • American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management

    To positively change the lives, practices and communities of podiatric physicians through leadership education, practice management education and sharing knowledge. The main tenet of the academy is to provided better patient care and better patient outcomes through time tested management protocols.

  • Texas Podiatric Medical Association

    To unify and empower our members in achieving excellence through social interaction, communication and education and to maximize patient access for all members.

  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

    The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) is a professional society of more than 6,000 foot and ankle surgeons.  Founded in 1942, ACFAS seeks to promote the art and science of foot, ankle, and related lower extremity surgery, address the concerns of foot and ankle surgeons, and advance and improve standards of education and surgical skill.

  • American Podiatric Medical Association

    All practicing APMA members are licensed by the state in which they practice podiatric medicine. Members are obligated to follow a strict professional code of ethics set forth by APMA. As members of the association, DPMs are afforded many benefits at the national and local level. Nationally, the association provides members with a cohesive platform from which to advocate for podiatric physicians on all issues affecting foot and ankle health.