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Dr. Spencer Niemann began his career in Podiatric Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona in 2008. Dr. Niemann completed a three year medical and surgical residency training program at the Southern Arizona Veterans Health Care System in Tucson, Arizona. His residency included surgical training under the direction of many of Arizona’s leading Podiatrists, and Foot and Ankle Orthopedists. He attended the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, Illinois where he was conferred the degree Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). He received a Bachelors of Science in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Niemann is currently Board Certified in both Foot Surgery, and Rearfoot and Reconstructive Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. Presently, he is serving as an Adjunct Attending, at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, training Podiatry Residents. Doctor Niemann lectures to other Medical Professionals at St. Joseph's Medical Center and Phoenix Children's Hospital. Two years into practice, Dr. Niemann was named TOP Doctor 2010, by Phoenix Magazine, voted on by fellow physicians.
Dr. Niemann treats some of the most challenging cases a Podiatrist can treat. He thrives on offering his patients the best conservative/non surgical options and or the surgical options needed to correct all foot deformities. His passion is focused on the surgical treatment for bunions, pediatric and adult flatfoot, chronic arthritic conditions, and chronic ankle pain, including sports related injuries and trauma.
Dr. Niemann is one of the few Podiatrists trained to perform Ankle Replacements for end-stage ankle arthritis. Ankle Replacement He is also trained in the Lower Extremity Nerve Decompression, a procedure that has offered thousands of patients suffering from neuropathy, relief from their pain.
Dr. Niemann speaks fluent Spanish, and enjoys this ability to communicate with his Spanish speaking patients.