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JOHN R. GOUIN, DPM, FACFAS
BOARD CERTIFIED IN FOOT SURGERY
by
The American Board of Podiatric Surgery

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Dr. John R. Gouin


Undergraduate College: University of Rhode Island

Podiatry College: Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine

Certifications:     Board Certified in Foot Surgery
                         American Board of Podiatric Surgery
                         Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
                         Peripheral Nerve Surgery at Dellon Institute of Peripheral Nerve Surgery
                         Board Certified in Extremity Nerve Surgery.
                       
Experience:        24 Years in Private Practice
 Combat Trauma Surgeon Mosul, Iraq 2005

Organizations:  Texas Podiatric Medical Association
                       American Podiatric Medical Association
                       American Diabetes Association
 
Retired Colonel United States Army Reserves
                       Commander, 228th Combat Support Hospital
                       Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX

NSIDE Magazine honors Dr. John R. Gouin



What is a Foot and Ankle Surgeon?


Foot and ankle surgeons are the surgical specialists of the podiatric profession. Following their undergraduate education, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) members graduate from accredited U.S. podiatric medical schools and complete surgical residency programs of up to four years. Fellows of the College are certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, the board for foot and ankle surgery recognized by the Joint Committee on the Recognition of Specialty Boards. Many have additional fellowship training in various aspects of foot and ankle surgery.

Foot and ankle surgeons provide comprehensive medical and surgical care for a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions including common to complex disorders and injuries that affect people of all ages.

ACFAS members are uniquely qualified to detect the early stages of diseases that exhibit warning signs in the lower extremities, such as diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular disease, and manage foot conditions which may pose an ongoing threat to a patient's overall health.


For more information on foot and ankle conditions and treatments, visit our Foot & Ankle Information page.

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