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Complete Foot and Ankle Care of North Texas, P.A.

Podiatrists are often the first to diagnose lower extremity circulatory problems that may be caused by diabetes, and their expertise is critical in the fight against amputations in diabetic patients. One in four adult Texans is projected to have diabetes by the year 2040 according to a recent report by the Texas Health Institute, These numbers take into account an aging population more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, increases in minority groups at high risk for type 2 diabetes, and people with diabetes living longer. The increase in diabetes will surely mean an increase in lower limb amputations related to the disease, and care by podiatrists in patients with diabetes can potentially result in significant direct health care cost savings.

Preventative care by podiatrists prior to the first evidence of foot ulcers in patients with diabetes prevents or delays lower extremity amputations and hospitalizations. Preventative care by today's podiatrists can not only save limbs and lives, it can bring significant savings to the Texas economy. Studies have shown that effective diabetic foot ulcer and amputation prevention could save the US health-care system up to $21.8 billion annually. That relates to more than $2 billion savings annually in Texas alone!

Welcome to Complete Foot And Ankle Care of North Texas, P.A.

At Complete Foot and Ankle Care of North Texas, P.A. we believe that the doctor and patient work as a team for foot and ankle treatment. Our physicians invest their time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the best treatment options for you. With the help of our professional staff, we also follow up to make ensure pain relief, problem resolution and health improvement.

We believe that informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being. That is why we've included an extensive section on our web site covering a full array of topics associated with podiatry and podiatric diagnoses and treatments. We encourage you to look through the pages at this website for concerns about foot symptoms, diagnoses and care.

Our website also provides information about Complete Foot and Ankle Care of North Texas, P.A.’s office: including maps, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have or to request an appointment. We hope you'll find our practice offers the accessibility and personal commitment you expect in physician care.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "This was Amazing!
    Great Office employees & loved my Dr. Will tell all of my friends about it."
  • "I really like Dr. Dauphinee and his entire group! I have been made to feel welcome from the very beginning and I feel like they have respected me and my time. I would highly recommend him to anyone that has problems of any kind with their feet! He and his MA take the time to answer any questions you have and make sure you completely understand any procedures or options you have under his care. My surgery went very well and I have been very confident under his care! Thanks, Dr. Dauphinee!"
  • "Dr. Hussain is very informative, he explains every detail on your
    condition. Has a very friendly staff."
  • "Dr. Hussain, Took the time to listen to my problem, then explained in detail what my ankle lesion was and what probably caused it, additionally went over the various procedures we could follow for my recovery. An important factor to me was that he felt surgery should be the last resort. Opposite to some others that want to cut immediately. The procedure he gave me is working great, I feel my ankle is in less pain, and although the support brace is not easy to put on, it is doing the job."
  • "I totally recommend Dr. Dauphinee. I was referred to him by another doctor because of my nerve damage I had from a previous doctor. Three sugeries later my nerve pain is the best it's been since the original doctor damaged my foot so bad. His whole staff has always been great. I totally would recommend him."
    Ann K.
  • "Dr. Dauphinee was highly recommended to me by another podiatrist. I have had excellent experiences both in the office & with surgeries. Would highly recommend...especially diabetic patients."
    Lisa R.
  • "Dr. Damien and his nurse are the best they have taken great care of my feet. The office staff has always been nice and professional. They make you feel welcomed and they are fast in getting you in to see the Dr."
    Veronica L.
  • "My son has had issues with ingrown toenails. My son was scared at first but Dr. Hussain was so gentle in caring for my son and made him feel relaxed. The entire staff is friendly. Definitely recommend them!"
    Ty S.