Your compassionate podiatrist serving Colorado Springs and nearby areas

Dr. Judd Davis is a Colorado native, born and raised in Colorado Springs. He attended Manitou Springs High School and went on to earn a B.A. in molecular biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1998. Following that Dr. Davis earned a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine located in Chicago in 2002, graduating valedictorian. He then completed a 3 year residency training program based out of the University of Utah/Salt Lake City VA medical systems. This provided him with extensive training in both conservative and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. Upon completion of residency training, Dr. Davis wanted to return home and contribute to the community where he grew up. In 2006 he started private practice in Colorado Springs.  He maintained a satellite clinic in Woodland Park from 2006 through May of 2018.  He was on staff at the Penrose Hospital Wound Clinic from 2007-2017 where he treated difficult to heal wounds, often as a complication of diabetes.  In his free time he enjoys flyfishing, archery, and spending time with family.

Board Certified
He is board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery in foot, rear foot reconstructive, and ankle surgery and is on staff at the Penrose-St. Francis Hospital system as well as several surgery centers.

Conservative  vs. Surgical Treatment Options

If you have seen another foot/ankle specialist who spent very little time with you and recommended surgery or expensive orthotics on the first visit then please consider getting a second opinion with us.  There are conservative treatments available for many foot and ankle ailments with some exceptions.  We pride ourselves on providing personalized care by taking enough time with patients to fully evaluate their condition so we can offer several treatment options that suit you best.  If surgery is needed we are happy to provide that service as well, but often it is best to try some conservative options first.