Emily Keeter, DPM, AACFAS

Podiatry located in Midtown, Nashville, TN & Gallatin, TN

About Dr. Keeter

Dr. Emily Keeter is a fellowship-trained Foot and ankle surgeon originally from Central Florida. She grew up in a very athletic military family and following several sports injuries including: a broken leg and stress fractures her passion for foot and ankle injuries was formed. After a brief stint at the Air Force Academy, she finished her undergraduate degree in Nutritional Science at the University of Florida. Go Gators! From there she attended Podiatry school at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a medical student, Dr. Keeter was president of the sports medicine club and organized events alongside the Philadelphia 76ers as well as working the medical tent at the Boston Marathon. 

Dr. Keeter moved to St. Louis, Missouri to complete her surgical residency where she was trained in all facets of Podiatric medicine and lower extremity surgery including trauma, Charcot reconstruction, forefoot, ankle reconstruction, etc. 

Following residency, Dr. Keeter completed a one-year foot and ankle reconstructive surgical fellowship at the American Foundation of Lower Extremity Surgery and Research. As one of the highest-ranked programs in the country and one of the oldest fellowships, Dr. Keeter received advanced training and complex to formally correction arthroscopy, total ankle replacement, external fixation, sports medicine, trauma.

She has recently moved to Nashville and when she is not working you will likely see her on a run, DIY-ing or at a coffee shop. Dr. Keeter loves everything Nashville has to offer and is excited to give her patients the best care possible. 

Interests:

Running

Travel

Crafting

Music

Outdoors

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Dr. Emily Keeter is a fellowship-trained Foot and ankle surgeon originally from Central Florida. She grew up in a very athletic military family and following several sports injuries including: a broken leg and stress fractures her passion for foot and ankle injuries was formed. After a brief stint at the Air Force Academy, she finished her undergraduate degree in Nutritional Science at the University of Florida. Go Gators! From there she attended Podiatry school at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a medical student, Dr. Keeter was president of the sports medicine club and organized events alongside the Philadelphia 76ers as well as working the medical tent at the Boston Marathon. 

Dr. Keeter moved to St. Louis, Missouri to complete her surgical residency where she was trained in all facets of Podiatric medicine and lower extremity surgery including trauma, Charcot reconstruction, forefoot, ankle reconstruction, etc. 

Following residency, Dr. Keeter completed a one-year foot and ankle reconstructive surgical fellowship at the American Foundation of Lower Extremity Surgery and Research. As one of the highest-ranked programs in the country and one of the oldest fellowships, Dr. Keeter received advanced training and complex to formally correction arthroscopy, total ankle replacement, external fixation, sports medicine, trauma.

She has recently moved to Nashville and when she is not working you will likely see her on a run, DIY-ing or at a coffee shop. Dr. Keeter loves everything Nashville has to offer and is excited to give her patients the best care possible. 

Interests:

Running

Travel

Crafting

Music

Outdoors


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