The Foot & Ankle Center Of Dallas

The Foot & Ankle Center of Dallas is pleased to offer state-of-the-art therapies and treatments for conditions of the foot and ankle. Our experienced providers diagnose and treat conditions including bunions, ingrown nails, sports related injuries, broken bones, flat feet, heel pain, and much more. Our mission is to ensure each of our patient’s comfort, and we pride ourselves on addressing all questions or concerns. We believe our approach, which includes detailed information about each treatment option recommended, empowers patients to select the best plan suited for each individual. Count on us to provide honest, straightforward information to equip you to make these important decisions about your healthcare needs. Contact us today to put your right foot forward to effective foot and ankle care.



Dr. Lampe is board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery in forefoot, rearfoot and ankle surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and serves as Section Chief of Podiatry at Methodist Dallas Medical Center. His areas of expertise include trauma, sports medicine, flatfoot correction and diabetic reconstruction. He provides routine and complex foot and ankle care for both children and adults with a conservative mindset.

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Bruce sought a second opinion after two failed surgeries failed to address his chronic ankle instability. He was told the next surgery needed will be a fusion of the ankle joint. After a thorough clinical workup and detail review of MRI, I formalized a surgical plan that would repair and preserve his ankle joint range of motion and, more importantly, stabilize his ankle. A quick diagnostic ankle arthroscopy confirmed that the native cartilage in ankle joint was intact, contrary to the MRI interpretation. Bruce was therefore a candidate for a minimally invasive approach of repairing the OCD lesion of the ankle utilizing backfilling technique consisting of a flowable calcium phosphate bone substitute with mixed bone marrow aspirate harvested from the tibia. Finally, I performed a lateral ankle stabilization with suture anchors further augmented with an internal brace. Featured below is him 2 weeks out comfortably walking barefoot with minimal pain or discomfort. ... See MoreSee Less

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I live in Cincinnati not Dallas.

I had three surgeries on all my toes on my right side, totally botched, I'm struggling now to even walk. All my toes were fused as of the metal in my toes when spasming, they cut through all my flesh the pain is excruciating .The surgery was done in 2017, can you help me, I can't stand the pain. No one should be put through this horrible torture. The surgeon is nowhere to be found 🥺🥺🥺

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Shout out to our patient Breanna who underwent a Lisfranc surgical repair last summer. She has been grinding ever since she was allowed to train again, and just recently took home 1st place in her division of the top 12 CrossFit competitors from all of East Texas! ... See MoreSee Less

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I’m a competitive crossfitter with the same type of injury however I currently do not know the severity. This gives me hope that I can get back to my sport so thank you

Porfirio has made the full transition from walking boot to regular supportive shoe today. He will be 7 weeks out from his surgery this Thursday. Like most of our patients, he is ahead of schedule and on track to enjoy all activities as tolerated just in time for summer! ... See MoreSee Less

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