Dr. Joseph Yeargain’s new podiatry practice in Dallas is conveniently located across the street from the Baylor University Medical Center. He provides a wide range of podiatric services, from aesthetically-oriented treatments for bunions or ingrown toenails to minimally invasive foot and ankle reconstructions. Dr. Yeargain also provides services for achilles tendinitis, sports medicineplantar fasciitis, and more! If necessary, Dr. Yeargain can refer patients to specialists only a short walk away. Whether you’re a professional athlete or just looking for elite care from a podiatrist with years of expertise, Dr. Yeargain offers the most advanced treatments, as well as customized recovery plans tailored to suit your lifestyle.



  • "His staff are very professional and always make me feel welcomed!"
    Erma O.
  • "He took a practical, conservative approach and has a steady hand and demeanor."
    Sara F.
  • "[Dr. Yeargain’s] staff was excellent!! Never waited long. I highly recommend this doctor and his office."
    Micaela Y.
  • "My first visit to Dr. Yeargain was excellent! He and his office staff were professional and took the time to answer my questions."
    Scott T.
  • "Great sense of humor. Love this guy."
    Kelly C.
  • "Dr. Yeargain and his staff made me feel completely at ease."
    Mark T.
  • "[Dr. Yeargain’s] office staff is top notch. I highly recommend him!!!"
    Tara C.
  • "Everyone is amazing and they genuinely CARE!"
    Megan P.
  • "Simply put...Dr. Yeargain is brilliant. The procedure could have been painful but he made it seem effortless and I basically felt nothing."
    JAY C.
  • "Love it when you find a professional that you can trust and doesn't upsell."
    Peter C.
  • "Dr. Yeargain is not only intelligent, but was very gentle when diagnosing my foot condition."
    Kendra B.
  • "Dr. Yeargain has a concise and conversational way of explaining complex things in layman's terms."
    AXEL N.

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