Dr. Joseph Yeargain is more than your average podiatrist. His special training at one of the top podiatric programs in the country, the University of Pittsburgh, sets him apart, allowing him to offer a wide range of podiatric treatments, from sports medicine for professional athletes to personalized treatment plans for patients simply looking for the most advanced level of care on the market. He treats patients of all ages, from pediatric patients to elderly patients, offering every patient the same elite options provided to the world’s top athletes. Regardless of your condition, Dr. Yeargain focuses on functionality and aesthetics, so you can feel stronger and more confident than ever before following your procedure. He uses personalized recovery plans, including special training protocols, specific running apps, and recommended foam rollers, to help you recover faster and take your performance to the next level. He’ll help you bounce back and look good while doing it.
The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone.
Dr. Yeargain offers more than effective treatments for podiatric conditions like bunions.
Inversion ankle sprains are the most common injuries in the world. From a misstep off a curb to a rolled ankle playing football.
Bunions are commonly known as a bony bump on the joint of your big toe. What people may not know might surprise you.
Does standing, walking, or even running sometimes hurt? Custom Orthotics can help.
Dr. Yeargain provides foot care and regular check-ups for patients living with diabetes.
Hallux rigidus is degenerative arthritis of the joint located at the base of the big toe.
Hammer toe is a condition which causes a toe to flex downward instead of pointing forward.
Ingrown toenails are one of the most common podiatric concerns.
Dr. Yeargain offers his elite level of care and expertise to patients of all ages.
Yeargain Foot & Ankle specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of plantar fasciitis.
Warts are viral infections which appear as small, hard bumps known as plantar warts.
Pump Bump is a condition which causes a bone spur on the back your heel.
Dr. Yeargain offers top-of-the-line treatments for dermatological issues affecting the foot.
Dr. Yeargain offers a wide variety of podiatric treatment options for athletes, both professional and amateur.
Small cracks in your toenail or skin can allow these fungi to enter and cause an infection.
Dr. Yeargain specializes in treatments following trauma to the foot, ankle, and lower leg.
If you work in Downtown Dallas you know the challenge of working a full day and then finding time for a podiatry appointment. That’s why we have two clinics located in the downtown area. Schedule your appointment and customized treatment plan right where you work. We will get you in, get you relief, and get you back to active living.
3801 Gaston Ave #330
Dallas, TX 75246
Oak Cliff/Methodist Hospital
1411 N Beckley Ave. Suite 456
Dallas, TX 75203
Pavilion III at Methodist Hospital
Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday 9am – 5pm
Wednesday 9am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 1pm
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