Orthopedic Surgery | Male | 39 years old
Allied Orthopedics - Meridian Branch
3015 E Magic View Dr
Meridian, ID 83642
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I treat the entire spectrum of lower extremity conditions. From simple foot and ankle issues, to complex reconstructions resulting from trauma and/or deformity. Many other doctors in the region refer me their most difficult cases, because they trust that I will take care of those conditions with expert care.
I perform over 100 different types of procedures in the leg, ankle and foot. This is my area of clinical focus. I have the procedural skill to handle any condition in this area of the body.
No malpractice history found for Idaho.
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Graduated in 2004
Completed in 2005
Completed in 2009
Completed in 2010
Graduated in 2000
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Dr. Travis J. Kemp is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon practicing in Boise, Idaho since 2009. He is a specialist in surgery of the foot and ankle, but also treats other common orthopaedic disorders. Dr. Kemp is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. He is also serves as a board member for the Idaho Orthopaedic Society.
He has assembled a skilled team that is ready to provide expert and compassionate care. His practice is focused on complex foot and ankle reconstruction and he routinely takes on the most difficult foot and ankle cases in Idaho, Eastern Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, and Northern Utah. In many cases, patients are referred to him as the last resort before amputation is necessary, and he is able to salvage most of these cases.
In addition to complex cases, he is also an expert in the care of common foot and ankle conditions, such as bunions, hammertoes, sports injuries, arthritis of the foot and ankle, and total ankle replacement. He has advanced training in sports injuries and trauma to the foot and ankle.
He operates at Treasure Valley Hospital, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, and Saint Lukes.
To provide skilled, respectful, and professional care to the patients of Idaho and Eastern Oregon