Dustin Grether, DPM, AACFAS
Dr. Grether joined Grants Pass Podiatry in August, 2017 after completing a three year residency for training on foot and ankle reconstructive surgery, limb salvage, and sports medicine. He attended podiatric medical school in Pomona, California at Western University of Health Sciences. Two years of residency were spent in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his final year was with Kaiser Sacramento and included a strong emphasis on foot and ankle trauma and reconstruction, sports medicine, and limb salvage. Dr. Grether will tend to each individual case and make a plan of action with you, as the patient, at the center.
Dr. Grether treats all phases of lower extremity pain and deformity. His expertise extends to club foot casting using the Ponseti method, biomechanics and orthotic inserts, sports medicine and rehabilitation. He offers the latest in surgical care including foot and ankle reconstruction and arthroscopy. His goal is to provide the highest quality of care to help return patients to the active lifestyle they enjoy.
Having grown up in the Rogue Valley, Dr. Grether enjoys being outside and is thrilled to be living in Southern Oregon again after his 11 years away for education. He and his high school sweetheart are currently raising their two boys. As a family, they enjoy traveling, movies, eating good food, snowboarding, scuba diving, kayaking, camping and other outdoor activities.