Brandon Bishop, DPM is a board-certified surgeon skilled in the prevention and treatment of the spectrum of foot-and-ankle concerns.
“I treat patients with cartilage damage, arthritis, sprains, tendon and ligament tears, fractures, bunions, hammer toes and plantar fasciitis,” Dr. Bishops says. “I also see many patients with foot and ankle problems related to diabetes. Many of these conditions can have debilitating effects, and a lot are preventable.”
The graduate of Brigham Young University and Des Moines University has practiced at Centennial Orthopedics and Podiatry since 2016. Prior to that, the Utah native practiced for five years in a large orthopedics clinic in Dayton, Ohio.
Bishop says he chose the specialty of podiatry because “it had everything I wanted. It’s a very rewarding practice because I can often see very quick improvement in my patients’ conditions,” he says.
Bishop’s patients include young and old, which is another rewarding feature of his practice. “I care for a wide variety of patients, and I enjoy talking to them all.”
Most surgeries are elective and performed in the outpatient setting of Oregon Surgery Center on the Mercy Medical Center campus, but he also provides emergency care for fractures and other foot or ankle trauma through Mercy’s Emergency department.
Dr. Bishop and his wife, Kim, have four children. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, cycling, snowshoeing, photography, golfing, coast visits, waterfall exploration, gardening and beekeeping.