•provide a complete and caring experience in a warm and friendly atmosphere
•perform a thorough history and physical evaluation prior to discussing all the forms of treatment based on specific needs
•advance the science and art of foot and ankle surgery by constantly improving upon older techniques
•provide care in a private and confidential manner
•maintain continuing education knowledge and provide education to other physicians regarding foot & ankle surgery
•provide excellent care ... to every patient ... every time.
As a recognized leader in foot and ankle healthcare in the eastern Carolinas, Dr. Kibler has experience in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery through the renowned University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia. Dr. Kibler meets all problems of the feet and ankles with a high degree of skill coupled with years of surgical experience and leading-edge technology. His focus on long-term results has earned the trust of thousands of patients and their doctors. In 2006, Dr. Kibler saw the need for complete diabetic foot care for local residents so he established THE DIABETIC FOOT CENTER. Dr. Kibler's efforts have helped save countless patients from foot or leg amputation by managing diabetic patients with periodic foot care and disease prevention all the way through wound healing and limb reconstruction when limb threatening complications arise. In 2011, Dr. Kibler saw that he would be able to provide a much needed service for his patient's and brought in GenesisPlus by Cutera. A Laser Treatmant for toenail fungus and wart removal. With as little as two treatments, in combination of the use of his fungus care products, over a six month period patient's were able to see huge results with clearer nails. In 2015, Dr. Kibler found that digital xrays were going to provide him with a much better image so he could provide better care for his patients and brought in digital xray to his practice. He continues to learn new techniques and upgrade his technology to continue to provide better long term care of his patient's feet.