Location

40601 N. Gantzel Rd., Ste. 103
San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

6116 E. Arbor Ave. Ste. 118
Mesa, AZ 85206

Contact

480.964.2908

Residency

Carl T. Hayden Veterans Hospital

Medical School

California College of Podiatric Medicine

Hospital Affiliations

Banner Baywood Hospital
Banner Gateway Hospital
Arizona Spine and Joint Hospital
Mercy Gilbert Medical Center
Banner Desert Hospital
Chandler Regional Hospital
Banner Ironwood Hospital
Arizona General Hospital–Mesa
Heart Hospital
Physician SurgiCenter of Gilbert
Physician United Surgery Center
Doctor Outpatient Surgery Center of Tempe
Trusted Care Surgery Center

Doug Griffin, DPM

Podiatric Surgeon

Douglas Griffin, DPM is a Podiatric Surgeon, Board-Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Griffin specializes in foot and ankle conditions in patients of all ages.

Dr. Griffin has first-hand experience persevering through foot pain and issues. As a young athlete, he was diagnosed with a congenital foot problem yet achieved a full-ride football scholarship to attend Utah State University. Dr. Griffin therefore has a unique compassion for his patients and is deeply committed to educating them about their treatment options. He provides individualized treatment plans in order to best treat foot and ankle pain and help patients achieve their physical goals.

Dr. Griffin has seen patients of all ages and with his background in sports and loving outdoor activities, he enjoys helping the serious athlete return to their sport or the weekend warrior back to their desired activities. He performs many different surgeries pertaining to the foot and ankle, including minimal incision bunionectomies and Tenex debridement of both the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon.

Dr. Griffin after attending Utah State University for his undergraduate degree, he attended the California College of Podiatric Medicine where he received his medical degree. He then completed his residency with Carl T. Hayden Veterans Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.

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