Tonda Wooten, D.P.M., FACFAS
- Mosley High School, Lynn Haven, Florida (2008)
- Florida Southern College, Magna Cum Laude (2011)
- Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine (2016)
- Podiatric Surgical Residency at the University of Louisville Hospital (2019)
- Fellowship in Foot and Ankle Reconstructive Surgery at the CORE Institute, Phoenix, Arizona (2020)
- Fellow in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (2022)
Tonda Wooten, DPM is a board certified, fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon specializing in advanced foot and ankle reconstruction, sports medicine, total ankle replacements, trauma, and limb salvage. Dr. Wooten completed her fellowship training at The CORE Institute in Arizona. Through this extensive year of training, she performed over 1000 cases strictly foot and ankle related. There was a large emphasis on total ankle replacements, trauma, forefoot/rearfoot reconstruction, and limb salvage. She received her certification for total ankle replacements in the Inbone/Infinity systems.
Dr. Wooten completed her residency at the University of Louisville Hospital Podiatric Residency Program in Kentucky, where she served as chief resident. During her residency, Dr. Wooten’s training emphasized a great deal of time in trauma, forefoot/rearfoot reconstruction, and limb salvage. She was involved in unique rotations of orthopedic/general trauma, plastic surgery, vascular surgery, infectious disease, and orthopedic oncology.
A native of the Florida Panhandle she is excited to be back in the south and helping patients of Middle Georgia get back on their feet and allowing them to continue with active and pain free lives.