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Gregory Vidovic, DPM

Center of Distinction Center of Distinction

Gregory Vidovic, DPM, is a highly trained, board-certified foot and ankle surgeon at the Woodlands Hand To Shoulder Foot and Ankle Center in Shenandoah, Sugarland, and Humble, Texas. He has many years of experience treating foot and ankle issues in a variety of patient settings.

Dr. Vidovic has extensive training as a podiatrist in foot and ankle trauma. He specializes in reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery, as well as non-surgical options. His areas of expertise include pediatric foot and ankle care, heel pain, ankle fractures, bunions, diabetic foot care, and ingrown toenails.

Dr. Vidovic earned his undergraduate degree in human nutrition at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, and...

his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, California.

He completed an internship at Stanford University Medical Center/VA Palo Alto Health System in Palo Alto, California, and externships at Boston University School of Medicine in Massachusetts, and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pennsylvania.

Dr. Vidovic finished his medical training with a residency in reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery at Foundation Surgical Hospital of Houston in Houston, Texas, and a fellowship in foot and ankle trauma at the University of South Florida in Tampa.

He maintains his advanced credentials with continuing education to stay current with the latest advances in foot and ankle care. Dr. Vidovic holds certifications in hyperbaric medicine and advanced wound care, and he is a member of OA Trauma.

He welcomes patients of all ages to the Woodlands Hand To Shoulder Foot and Ankle Center and looks forward to improving their mobility and overall quality of life.

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Advanced Skills Training

This Lapiplasty® surgeon has attended a Lapiplasty® Advanced Skills Training course in the last 24-months

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