Dr. Andrew M. Hall is a Dubuque, Iowa native. He completed his education in his home state, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2006 from Iowa State University and a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Des Moines University in 2010.
Dr. Hall went on to complete a three year foot and ankle surgical residency at the Southern Arizona VA Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona. He is confident in treating common toe and forefoot complaints to complex rearfoot and ankle pathologies. His interests in the field of podiatry include sports medicine, trauma, and limb preservation.
He has been involved with several research studies throughout his medical education. These topics include treatment with platelet rich plasma and embryonic stem cells, lower extremity manifestations of valley fever, local oxygen wound therapy and treatment of diabetic neuropathy with topical ketamine.
Dr. Hall is on staff at the Surgery Center of Blue Valley, the Surgicenter of Johnson County and Menorah Medical Center. He is board qualified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Kansas Podiatric Medical Association.
When not in the office or operating room, Dr. Hall has a passion for traveling and the outdoors. He enjoys cycling, tennis, rock climbing, snowboarding, fishing and hiking.
- Iowa State University – Bachelor of Science, Biology – 2002-2006
- University of Otago – Dunedin, New Zealand – Fall 2004. Study abroad focusing on the neurological and developmental sciences.
- Des Moines University – Doctor of Podiatric Medicine – 2006-2010
- Southern Arizona VA Medical Center – 3 year foot and ankle surgical residency, PMSR – 2010-2013
Certifications and memberships
- Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support certified
- Board qualified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery
- Kansas state podiatry license
- Presented case study to the DMU College of Podiatry on the surgical indications and procedures for adult acquired pes plano valgus, March 2008.
- Is Exposure to Nail Dust Aerosols via Mechanical Nail Debridement a Health Hazard to Podiatrists? What Methods can be Utilized to Decrease Risk? This poster was presented at the APMA national conference July, 2010.
- Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Training – June 2010. Training for biomedical research developed by IRB experts.
- Pathophysiology of Neuropathic Pain in Type 2 Diabetes. ACFAS scientific literature review. March 2011.
- Topical Ketamine Cream in the Treatment of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy. 2012. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. 102: 178-183.
- The Role of Growth Factors in Foot and Ankle Surgery. ACFAS scientific literature review. March 2012.
- Lower Extremity Manifestations of Valley Fever. Submitted to Podiatry Today for publication in December, 2013.
- Good results with the Ponseti Method. A Norwegian multicenter study of 162 clubfeet followed for 2-5 years. ACFAS scientific literature review. April 2013.