Mathew Cline, DPM, FACFAS
Dr. Cline is a Fellow in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (AACFAS) and the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Foot and Ankle Specialist
Dr. Cline has specialized interests and skills in diabetic limb salvage and preventive care, foot and ankle sports medicine, foot and ankle reconstructive surgery, bunion and forefoot surgery, pediatric foot deformities, flatfoot reconstruction, wound care, podiatric dermatology, and biomechanical management with bracing/orthotics.
Podiatric Education and Residency
Dr. Cline completed his undergraduate education at Brigham Young University-Idaho. He went on to earn his Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery from Midwestern University Arizona School of Podiatric Medicine in Glendale.
Dr. Cline successfully completed his residency at United Health Services Hospitals in Binghamton, New York, where he served as Chief Podiatric Surgical Resident and was involved in instructing medical students and residents as well as giving monthly lectures. Dr. Cline spent his first 3 years of practice in central Texas, serving a wide variety of patients and patient problems involving the foot and ankle.
Dr. Cline’s goal as a physician is “to accurately identify the problem, explain that problem efficiently to the patient, use evidenced-based medicine, and discuss with the patient to develop a plan to get them going again.”
Dr. Cline grew up in Idaho hiking the Rocky Mountains and working on potato farms. He participated in high school athletics where he started taping his ankles and feet and always getting new cleats; so of course, Dr. Cline gained an interest in podiatry. When at home he enjoys running and spending time with his wife and children.