Jerry W. Patterson, DPM
Dr. Patterson, a native Texan, was born in the small town of Seymour. Dr. Patterson earned a BS in Biology & English from Wayland Baptist College in Plainview, TX. He then moved to San Francisco, CA where he completed Podiatry school at the CCPM. Dr. Patterson then completed his podiatric residency at the UTHSC in San Antonio. After residency, Dr. Patterson chose to make San Antonio his home, starting his practice in the medical center. Throughout his practice, Dr. Patterson has been a continuous member of the TPMA, holding office as the Regional director. In 1978, Gov. Briscoe appointed Dr. Patterson to the State Board of Podiatry Examiners, a position he held for 11 years, serving as President for 7 years. Dr. Patterson has also been a Diplomat of the ABPS since 1983. He is a fellow of the ACFAS, and a current member of the APMA and the Bexar County Podiatric Medical Society. He currently holds an appointment as a clinical associate professor with the Podiatry Residency at the UTHSC in San Antonio.
Dallas Patterson, DPM
Dr. Patterson, a native San Antonian, was an honor student, athlete, and 2000 graduate of Clark High School. Dr. Patterson played college baseball for two years at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, before transferring to the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he graduated with honors with a degree in Biology. Dr. Patterson's professional medical education began at the Arizona School of Podiatric Medicine at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, graduating in June of 2009. He completed a prestigious three-year residency in Foot & Ankle surgery at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth, Texas, a Level 1 Trauma Center. During his residency, Dr. Patterson performed over 1,700 foot and ankle surgeries, including all variations of foot and ankle trauma and reconstruction. Dr. Patterson is well versed in the newest, most innovative procedures as well as traditional techniques of foot and ankle surgery.