Martin V. Sloan, DPM, FACFAS
Dr. Sloan earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from the University of California at Davis. He earned his Doctorate at the California College of Podiatric Medicine. He spent twelve months in clinical rotations through the L.A. County-USC Medical Center. He then completed his surgical residency in corrective surgery at Bellwood General Hospital and the Baja
Crippled Children's Project in Baja, Mexico and Mexicali, Mexico (staffed by volunteer faculty from Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center).
Dr. Sloan has been a very successful Podiatrist in Abilene for the past 27 years and recently relocated to Rowlett, TX. He has a passion and a commitment to the public to ensure they receive the best and most up to date medical care available. To that end he has served on the Board of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association for many years and was President of TPMA 2009-2010. He remains active in leadership of both TPMA and the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Dr. Sloan is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He remains abreast of all recent developments in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery by regularly earning Continuing Medical Education credits.
Dr. Sloan is married and resides in Rowlett and Abilene, TX. His hobbies include motorcycling, travel and snorkeling.
Dr. Martin Sloan and his staff strive on a daily basis to provide the best and most comprehensive podiatric care to their patients. This is accomplished by the following measures:
- Dr. Sloan is thoroughly trained in all aspects of podiatric care (pediatrics, biomechanics, sports medicine, preventive care, surgery, diabetic foot care, wound care, geriatric, and hospital podiatry.
- Dr. Sloan and his staff keep abreast of the most recent medical advances by regularly attending continuing medical education seminars around the country.
- Dr. Sloan approaches each patient with a focused empathy in part because he has personally experienced many podiatric problems. He treats each patient as he would a member of his own family.
- The office provides patients easy access to the doctor and to the adjacent hospital and medical testing facilities. Updated modern equipment is utilized to enhance patient care.
- Dr. Sloan has spent considerable time volunteering to the profession and the community to ensure the profession moves forward in such a way as to benefit the members of the community.
Our staff works as a team in providing comprehensive foot health care. The return to comfort and normal activity is our primary goal. To this end, we are interested in both the prevention and correction of lower extremity disorders. Many conditions can be successfully corrected without surgery.
Occasionally, surgical correction is necessary. These procedures, when indicated, may be performed either in the surgical center or in the hospital on an outpatient basis. There is rarely the need for an overnight hospital stay.
Each individual has a therapeutic approach that is best suited for him or her. Whatever the approach, patients generally find that comfort and return to normal activity is attainable in a short amount of time.
Martin V. Sloan, DPM, FACFAS
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