Carl Kihm, DPM, FACFAS
I was born, raised and trained in Pennsylvania. In 2009, I earned my doctorate in Philadelphia at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Then, I completed a three-year surgical residency training program at DeKalb Medical Center in Decatur, Georgia. After practicing four more years in Georgia, I moved to Louisville in 2016. Here, I am active in training residents and students at the Norton podiatric residency program. I am a caring and thorough clinician and surgeon. I treat my patients as if they were my family and I have satisfaction in helping others.
I am well qualified. I am a board-certified fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and diplomat of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. I speci...
I am a faculty member of the Podiatry Institute, an international teaching foundation for reconstructive surgery. I have also authored surgery textbook chapters and many journal articles. I teach, lecture and operate across the country and third world. I have completed seven surgery mission trips in Nepal and Guatemala. With limited resources, I volunteer my time, heart and expertise to treat pediatric patients with severe congenital conditions and the adult patients with neglected congenital deformity. For these humanitarian efforts, I was awarded the “Community Hero Award” in 2015 by MedShare. In 2016, my team’s mission work was also recognized on The Doctor’s television show in a segment called “Life Changing Surgeries.”