Emily Keeter, DPM, AACFAS, joins Neuhaus Foot and Ankle in Smyrna and Gallatin

Emily Keeter, DPM, AACFAS

Smyrna, TN (September 16, 2021) - Emily Keeter, DPM, AACFAS, joins Neuhaus Foot and Ankle as the group expands to provide high quality lower extremity care to more communities throughout Middle Tennessee. The addition of Dr. Keeter brings 8 providers across 10 Middle Tennessee locations.

 

Dr. Keeter is a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon. She attended Podiatry school at Temple University. From there, she completed her surgical residency in St. Louis, Missouri where she trained in all facets of podiatric medicine and lower extremity surgery including trauma, Charcot reconstruction, forefoot, ankle reconstruction, and more. Following residency, Dr. Keeter completed a one-year foot and ankle reconstructive surgical fellowship at the highly esteemed American Foundation of Lower Extremity Surgery and Research. 

 

“She brings a high level of surgical training and skills that will complement the strong team of physicians we have in the group. ” said Dr. Matthew Neuhaus, owner of Neuhaus Foot and Ankle. He continued, “I can tell that she is eager to begin seeing patients.”

 

“I’m really just extremely excited to bring my training and knowledge to these communities,” Dr. Keeter noted. “I’m looking forward to helping these patients get back to doing what they love.”

 

To book an appointment with Dr. Keeter in either Smyrna or Gallatin visit Neufoot.com/contactus or call (615) 220-8788.

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