Welcome to our podiatry practice in Sacramento, CA
Welcome to our office. We are grateful that you have chosen our office to help you with your foot and ankle problems. We will provide expert diagnosis and skillful conservative and surgical treatments to help you heal your injuries and return to more painfree activities. Our mission is to provide our patients with the most up-to-date, safe and effective medical care so that they can more fully enjoy their lives. We have designed this website to not only help answer the most frequent questions that potential patients have about their foot and lower extremity injuries and their treatment, but to also provide the community with the latest information on foot and lower extremity health issues.
Dr. Kevin Kirby grew up in Sacramento, went to C.K. McClatchy High School, did his undergraduate degree at UC Davis, and went to podiatric medical school at the California College of Podiatric Medicine (CCPM) in San Francisco. He did his podiatric surgical residency at the Palo Alto Veteran's Hospital and then completed a year of Biomechanics Fellowship training at CCPM where he also received his MS degree. Dr. Kirby has been in podiatry practice in Sacramento since 1985. In addition, Dr. Kirby is also an accomplished athlete with a personal best in the marathon of 2:28.
In addition to over 32 years of podiatric practice in Sacramento, Dr. Kirby has distinguished himself as one of the leading podiatric authorities in the world in foot and lower extremity biomechanics, foot orthotic therapy and the sports podiatry. He has written four books that are being used by podiatrists and other health professionals in nine different countries, with all four of his books also having been translated into Spanish language editions. He has authored or co-authored six book chapters and 28 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He has lectured internationally as an invited and keynote speaker at scientific seminars on 44 separate occasions over the past 23 years, has invented and developed foot orthotic techniques that are used worldwide in foot orthotic therapy and has created new theories and clinical tests in foot and lower extremity biomechanics that are now being taught in podiatric medical schools around the world. He holds the title of Adjunct Associate Professor in Biomechanics at the California School of Podiatric Medicine and still lectures at national and international seminars on a regular basis.
Dr. Kirby specializes in both the conservative and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders in children and adults, in the treatment of sports injuries in all ages, and in foot orthotics. Some of the more common problems Dr. Kirby treats include:
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