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Dallas Podiatry Works

Feedback from Dallas Podiatry Works Patients

Dr. Joel W. Brook
Dr. Joel Brook is a board-certified podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon at Dallas Podiatry Works in TX.

“What is the reason you came to Dr. Brook?”

“Well, I have plantar fasciitis and a bone spur. I had been to another podiatrist for a while and was not having any success with him, so I looked up online and read some things about Dr. Brook and decided to take a chance. I came to the office on Forest Lane, and it was a great experience.”

“He suggested the surgery and I had never had surgery before and I just had a lot of trust in him. I went through it and I had absolutely no pain. I just blew through it, I healed very quickly, and I saw that my foot didn’t kill me anymore, and I was so grateful.”

“Dr. Brook, I called him, I believe it was a Thursday afternoon, and within 2 or 3 hours, he called me back and he had assembled a team of doctors. He had himself, of course, and he had another doctor to take care of some of the damage and plastic surgery (they were going to do a free flap on my foot), and also an infectious disease doctor to try to bring me through all of this.”

“How did the staff help you?”

“The staff are just remarkable on the fact that the warmth carries through to them. I’ve never had them not call me back. Really fast, really prompt. They’re always asking me, ‘Do you have any more questions?’”

“I came to Dr. Brook to help me with a neuroma, but I’ve been a patient of his for over ten years. One of the things he’s taught me, and firmly believes, is the whole ‘mind, body, and spirit’. When you work on your feet, sometimes other parts of your body are affected and he totally identified another issue that wasn’t specifically the feet. So, he worked on the whole big picture and the outcome was that I’m a different woman, because he identified it and recommended other situations for me to go to, and it worked out great.”

“I believe it was about the year 2000 when I developed neuropathy in my feet. I lost all of the feeling from the middle of my leg all the way down – had no feeling, had really big electrical shocks in my feet. My feet would swell up where I couldn’t wear shoes - I couldn’t drive. I had to use cruise control, and if I used my breaks, I’d have to sit in my car for a while. It took me, to walk a short distance, an awfully long time. He was referred by my doctor, to him, as probably being one of the best at what he does.”