Dr. Nathan Coleman

Dr. Coleman is a native of Northeast Mississippi. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry in 2008.

He went on to pursue his medical training at Des Moines University – College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery where he became a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 2012. While there, he was awarded a university merit scholarship and was a teaching assistant to first year medical students.

After graduating from DMU, he completed a three-year podiatric medicine and surgery residency with reconstructive rearfoot and ankle certification at Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge, Iowa. During his tenure there, he spent additional time as a fellow at Bako Pathology Services in Alpharetta, GA receiving specialized training in podiatric dermatology and dermatopathology.

Dr. Coleman has been active in podiatric education and research lecturing at multiple conferences as well as publishing several research studies and book chapters. When not at work, he enjoys spending his free time with his wife, Stefanie, and daughter, Tessa. He also enjoys exercising, watching sports and working on computers.

Dr. Ted Butterfield

Ted Butterfield, DPM earned his podiatric medical degree at Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. On completion of medical school, he entered into training at John Peter Smith Hospital, a county hospital and Level I trauma center in Fort Worth, Texas. He is extensively trained in trauma and reconstruction and in management of complications of diabetic foot conditions. He takes particular pleasure in helping people who are struggling with foot pain to become pain free again and enjoy more quality, pain free time on their feet.

In his private life Dr. Butterfield enjoys spending time with his wife and four beautiful children. They enjoy kayaking, fishing, hunting and generally anything outdoors. He also enjoys woodworking and fly-tying.

Vionic Free Shipping Promo

With Memorial Day fast approaching, it is time to think about our favorite summer shoe – the sandal.

Give your sandals a little test.

Do your sandals fit your foot well? Your foot should never hang over the edges of your shoe. If so, you need to rethink the size of your sandals. Are your sandals made of quality materials like a nice, soft leather? Leather can reduce the chance of blisters and irritations. Make sure your sandals can gently bend. This does not mean it should fold in half. Your sandals need a gentle bend so that they move well with your foot, but no shoe should ever be able to fold in half.

If your sandals are over one year old and show significant wear, they need to be discarded!

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MSFAS in Santiago, Chile

Sherrie Serca, NP, who sees patients in our Midtown office, is on a mission trip to Santiago Chile. We are proud of her putting her foot care skills to work around the world!