Suite 110

Southwest Austin Foot & Ankle Clinic provides comprehensive and compassionate care for all foot and ankle conditions, including heel pain, sports medicine, bunions, pediatric deformities, and arthritis. Our highly trained foot and ankle surgeons treat patients of all ages, from pediatrics to geriatrics, with a special focus on diabetic foot care and wound management.

We believe in working collaboratively with patients to determine the source of their foot and ankle problems and develop individualized solutions. Whenever possible, we prefer to utilize a conservative solution to resolve foot and ankle pain. When necessary, our surgeons apply the latest surgical techniques and technology to help patients resume their normal activities and maintain mobility.

Dr. Mark Whitesides is the owner and founding physician of Southwest Austin Foot & Ankle Clinic. He is Board Certified with the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and has been in private practice for over 13 years. Dr. Liza Chabokrow joined the practice in 2015 and has experience treating pediatric foot and ankle conditions, sports medicine injuries, and diabetic foot complications. Both physicians are accepting new patients and enjoy practicing in the collaborative environment of the Southwest Medical Village.

Providers:

  • Mark Whitesides, DPM
  • Liza Chabokrow, DPM

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