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Our Doctors
Jeremy Wood, DPM

was raised in Las Vegas.  He attended UNLV and received his medical degree from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco.  He has completed his residency in Forefoot and Ankle Surgery in Dallas, Texas. 

Dr. Wood is married and the father of four children.  He has served as President of the Nevada Podiatric Medical Association 2009-2011.  He is an accomplised marathon runner and enjoys coaching children's soccer. 


  • English 

  • Spanish (lived in South America)



  • HealthSouth Foot and Ankle Surgical Residency Texas


Board Certified:

  • Forefoot and Ankle Surgery ABPS



  • Vice-President Nevada Podiatric Medical Association

  • American Podiatric Medical Association

  • Former Chief of Podiatry at Spring Valley Hospital



  • Anesthesia Complications in Podiatric Cases

  • The Use of Night Splints for Plantar Fasciitis

  • The Spanish Guide for Podiatry

James Averett, DPM

joined the practice in 2015 after graduating from his residency in Tucson Arizona.  He is Married and is the father of 3 children and 1 on the way.  Dr. Averett enjoys practicing podiatry and enjoys building relationships with each and everyone of his patients. 



Southern Arizona VA Health Care System – Podiatric Residency Program 07/2012 – 06/2015




Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida

Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine 04/2012

             National Board of Podiatric Medicinal Examiners, Part I, II & III– Passed

Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah

Bachelor of Science in Biology         2005

Dixie State College, Saint George, Utah 2000

Associate of Arts – Cum Laude Graduate


Recipient, Clinical Podiatric Faculty Scholarship 2011-2012

Recipient, Podiatric Medicine Academic Merit Scholarship 2008 –2012

Recipient, Athletic Football Scholarship.  Dixie State College 1996 & 1999

Eagle Scout 1994


Desert Foot Conference Research poster– From Inpatient to Outpatient in a SNaP(R), Utilizing Mechanically Powered Negative Pressure in High Risk and Low Risk Settings: A Case Study.                   2014

Collaborative Institutional Training Initative (CITI) Training - 2014

Transcutaneous oxygen tension: a useful predictor of ulcer healing in critical limb ischemia. ACFAS  scientific literature review. 2014

Randomized control trial of topical clonidine for treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy.    ACFAS scientific literature review. 2013

ACFAS poster, Surgical Management of Re-ruptured Achilles Tendon Following Primary

Open Repair      2011

Barry University poster, Using 2nd Ray Axial Tension in Reduction of Lisfranc‘s Dislocation 2011

Participated in a Ultrasound imaging project resulting in contributions to two textbooks: 2010

Foot and Ankle Radiology, 2nd Edition, Robert Christman – 2014

Diagnostic Ultrasound (Imaging) of the Foot and Ankle, John Tassone - 2012


Nevada State Board of Podiatry – License # 2012 06/2015

ABFAS – Board Qualified 2015

Introduction: Hyperbaric Medicine & Wound Care Challenges – Serena Group 40 hour course 08/2015

TCC-EZ Total Contact Cast System – Qualified to Administer Certification 2014

Basic Life Support 06/2014 – 2016

Advanced Cardiac Life Support 07/2014 – 2016






-Enjoy running and working out with my family.

-Played college football at Dixie State College.

-Avid outdoors man.  I enjoy mountain and biking, back packing, hiking & wake boarding.

-Active participant in Boy Scouts of America, former Scout Master.

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