With over two and a half decades of experience in the podiatry field, Dr. Charles Singleton is an accomplished, renown surgeon bringing a vast background of knowledge to the Texas Foot & Ankle Group. Dr. Singleton is Board-Certified in Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow at the American Academy of Pain Management.
Not only does his education contain a long list of appointments and memberships, some of which are: undergraduate degree in Biology from Lamar University, attended Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, auxiliary clinical instructor at William Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine and Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, clinical associate professor in family practice and community medicine at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas and also adjunct assistant professor at California College of Podiatric Medicine; Dr. Singleton was awarded the Distinguished Young Practitioner of the Year in 1990 by the Texas Podiatric Medical Association, in addition to numerous other awards.
Dr. Singleton is highly-skilled in this field, and had the unique privilege of being one of only roughly 300 surgeons trained worldwide by the highly-respected Dr. Lee Dellon of Johns Hopkins University in the surgical treatment of neuropathy.
His professional areas of interest/specialties include surgical and non-surgical treatment of various foot and ankle conditions including that of neuropathy.