Dr. Huynh grew up in Michigan and is a graduate of Michigan State University and Rosalind Franklin University’s Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.
He completed his 3 year podiatric medicine and surgery residency with the added credential in reconstructive rearfoot/ankle surgery at the Central Alabama Veteran’s Affairs hospital where he was the chief resident.
He treats a wide variety of foot and ankle pathology including, but not limited to: wound care, diabetic foot care, heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, joint pain, fractures of the foot and ankle, warts, peripheral neuropathy, sports injuries, tendonitis, tendon tears, ingrown nails and fungal nails. His professional lectures include “The Angiosome Principle” in 2013, “Achilles Tendinopathy” in 2014 and “Ankle Fractures” in 2015 at the annual Alabama Podiatric Medical Association conference. He is a member of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association and the American Podiatric Medical Association.
In his free time, he enjoys camping, skiing, golfing and spending time with his family and friends. After enduring years of the Michigan snow and cold, he decided it was time for a permanent change in weather and joined a private practice in sunny Florida before ultimately deciding he and his family wanted to make the beautiful Dallas area home.
“As a podiatrist, I understand the importance of maintaining healthy feet and how much it can affect your activities and daily life when they become painful. I strive to be understanding and compassionate of my patients needs and the patient always comes first at North Star Foot and Ankle Associates. Patients put their trust in me when they come into our office and in return, they can trust I will do everything I can to help them and take care of them.” – Dr. Huynh