Grand Junction Podiatrists Now Coming to Delta

April 12, 2013
Dr. Troy Griffiths and Dr. Douglas Goforth from Grand Valley Foot and Ankle Center in Grand Junction will now be seeing patients in Delta on Fridays. They will be available to see patients for any foot and ankle problems including routine checkups of the foot and ankle, heel pain, diabetic foot care and toenail care.

Dr. Griffiths and Dr. Goforth will also performing podiatric surgical procedures at Delta County Memorial Hospital.

Troy Griffiths, is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) who is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and has been practicing in Western Colorado for almost 20 years. Dr. Griffiths areas of principal interest are reconstructive foot and ankle surgery and laser treatment of toenail pathology.

Douglas Goforth is also a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) whose areas of principal interest are reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, repair of the unstable ankle, sports injuries and diabetic limb salvage. He graduated from Podiatric Medical College in 2008, and completed an extensive three year residency program at Denver Veterans Hospital.

Their services include:

Achilles Tendon
Ankle Instability
Ankle Sprains
Arthritic Foot and Ankle Care
Athlete's Foot
Crush Injuries
Diabetic Foot Care
Flat Feet
Fungus Toenails
Geriatric Foot Care
Heel Spurs
Ingrown Toenails
Plantar Fasciitis
Skill/Nail Disorders

Call Grand Valley Foot and Ankle Center at 245-3338 to set up an appointment in Delta at 1450 Burgess Street, or in Grand Junction at 2478 Patterson Road, Suite 1.

Delta County Memorial Hospital is a non-profit, 49 bed district hospital serving Delta County families for the past 90 years.

" Here for your health."

For Additional Information Contact: Patti Kalahar, Manager of Education/Marketing at Delta County Memorial Hospital (970) 874-2291,