Podiatric Surgery Specialists in Florida

Miami (115)Jacksonville (57)Tampa (51)Fort Myers (47)Orlando (39)
Naples (35)Boca Raton (31)Hialeah (31)West Palm Beach (21)Boynton Beach (20)Clearwater (20)Sarasota (19)Melbourne (19)Pembroke Pines (19)Fort Lauderdale (17)Bradenton (17)Lake Mary (16)Ocala (16)Palm Beach Gardens (15)North Miami Beach (15)Hollywood (15)Miami Beach (15)Port Charlotte (14)Coral Springs (14)Pensacola (14)Kissimmee (14)Tamarac (14)Cape Coral (13)Plantation (13)Saint Petersburg (12)Stuart (11)Delray Beach (11)Altamonte Springs (11)Margate (10)South Miami (10)Lake Worth (10)Wellington (10)Jupiter (10)Venice (10)Doral (9)Vero Beach (9)Brandon (9)Daytona Beach (9)Merritt Island (8)Coral Gables (8)North Miami (8)Miami Lakes (8)Bonita Springs (8)Weston (7)Royal Palm Beach (7)Largo (7)Port Saint Lucie (7)Lehigh Acres (7)The Villages (7)Winter Park (7)New Port Richey (6)Palm Coast (6)Pinellas Park (6)Port Orange (6)Lakeland (6)Lady Lake (6)Jacksonville Beach (6)Aventura (5)Sun City Center (5)Panama City (5)Leesburg (5)Port St Lucie (5)Hallandale Beach (5)Riverview (5)St Petersburg (5)Orange City (5)Saint Augustine (5)Fort Pierce (5)Sebastian (5)Orange Park (5)Spring Hill (5)Trinity (4)Indian Harbour Beach (4)Punta Gorda (4)Atlantis (4)Sunrise (4)Okeechobee (4)Fleming Island (4)Temple Terrace (4)Deland (4)Rockledge (4)University Park (4)Deerfield Beach (4)Clermont (4)Casselberry (4)Wesley Chapel (4)Brooksville (4)Bay Pines (4)Ormond Beach (4)Zephyrhills (3)Oviedo (3)Dunedin (3)Tavernier (3)Englewood (3)Palm Harbor (3)Coconut Creek (3)Parrish (3)Cutler Bay (3)Inverness (3)Ocoee (3)Davie (3)Lakewood Ranch (3)Land O Lakes (3)Middleburg (3)Miramar (3)

Learn more about Podiatric Surgery Specialists

Podiatrists specialize in conditions of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. They provide medical and surgical treatment for people of all ages with such conditions as bunions, sports injuries, hammertoes, ingrown toenails, and infections. Podiatrists are also experts in preventing foot and ankle injuries and serious complications, such as gangrene and amputation.

A podiatrist typically:

  • Evaluates a patient’s medical history and any previous test results

  • Educates the patient about foot and ankle injury prevention

  • Performs a physical exam that includes evaluation of blood pressure and vital signs, general health, and potential and current injuries

  • Orders and interprets laboratory and imaging tests and prescribes medications

  • Diagnoses and treats acute and chronic injuries and conditions of the foot and ankle

  • Provides direct care for foot and ankle injuries and conditions in the office and clinic, and may perform surgery in a hospital or ambulatory surgery center

  • Prescribes orthotic devices and insoles (shoe inserts)

  • Works closely with your primary care doctor and other members of your healthcare team to provide optimal care

A podiatrist may also be known by the following names: foot doctor, foot surgeon, podiatric surgeon, foot specialist, and doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM).

There are 928 specialists practicing Podiatric Surgery in Florida with an overall average rating of 4.3 stars. There are 193 hospitals in Florida with affiliated Podiatric Surgery specialists, including Lee Memorial Hospital, Adventhealth Orlando and Gulf Coast Medical Center.