Foot Clinic of the High Plains PLLC

About Us

Foot Clinic of the High Plains PLLC

Dr. Michael Q. Tran
Diplomate, American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry,
Board Certified in Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine

 

Dr. Tran has been in practice since 2001, starting in Kansas.  He moved to Amarillo, Texas in June 2021.  His wife is a Professor at Texas Tech University School of Veterinary Medicine.  


Professional Associations:

  1. American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics
  2. Board Reviewer for ABMSP

 

Prior Professional Associations:

   1. American Podiatric Medical Association (2001 - 2017)

   2. Kansas Podiatric Medical Association (2001 - 2017)


Surgical Residency Training:

  1. The Mount Sinai Hospital
    (New York, NY)
  2. The Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens
    (Queens, NY)

 

Education:

  1. New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, New York
    (Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - D.P.M.)
  2. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
    (Bachelor of Science - B.S. - Electrical Engineering - Cum Laude Honors)

 

Prior Professional Work Experiences:

  1. Manhattan Foot Specialists, PA
  2. Salina Foot Clinic, PA
  3. Mount Sinai Hospital, Podiatric Surgical Residency (RPR & PSR12)
  4. Texas Instruments, Defense Systems & Electronics Group


Prior Non-Professional Work Experiences:

  1. Dow Chemical
  2. Exxon Production Research


Selected Publications:

  1. Sobel E, Levitz S, Caselli M, Brentall Z, Tran MQ. The natural history of the rearfoot angle: preliminary values in 150 children. Foot & Ankle Intl 1999;2(20):119-125

  2. Fikar CR, Tran MQ. Podiatric medical resources on the internet: an update. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1997;87(9):438-41

  3. Tran M, Nguyen C. Modified broadside-coupled microstrip lines suitable for MIC and MMIC applications and a new class of broadside coupled band-pass filters. IEEE Trans Microwave Theory Tech 1993;MTT-41(8):1336-42


Disclaimer:  If you have any medical problems with your feet, please call the office and make an appointment. If you have an emergency, go to the nearest emergency room or call 911.