Select Page

WE TREAT ALL TYPES OF FOOT ISSUES
BUNIONS, CORNS, SPORT INJURIES, HEEL PAIN
AND MORE….

DON’T LET FOOT INJURIES OR PROBLEMS
SLOW YOU DOWN

WHEN YOUR FEET FEEL GOOD…
YOU FEEL GOOD…

OVER 35 YEARS TAKING CARE OF FEET

 

Welcome to Our Site

Dear patient,

As of January 1, 2020 I am retired. Thank you for the opportunity and privilege to provide podiatric care for Kansas Citians for over four decades. 

There are a number of reputable practices in Johnson County where I spent most of my years working. To locate a qualified practitioner near you, go to “Find a Podiatrist” on the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) website. Fill in your town and zip code, to choose a nearby APMA qualified podiatrist. 

For any other follow up concerns, I can be reached at the email associated with this website: contact@doctorlandry.com. Again, thank you!

Sincerely,

Mark Landry, DPM, MS
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Dr. Landry’s office fees are as follows (payment required at time of service): former patient consult, $40; former at risk care patient (diabetes, vascular disease, nail, calluses and ulcers), $60; new patient surgical or sports medicine consult, depending on complexity $60/80. Dr. Landry will continue to perform surgery in 2019. Payment will be accepted in the form of cash or credit card. 

 Welcome to Our Site

Dear patient,

As of January 1, 2020 I am retired. Thank you for the opportunity and privilege to provide podiatric care for Kansas Citians for over four decades. 

There are a number of reputable practices in Johnson County where I spent most of my years working. To locate a qualified practitioner near you, go to “Find a Podiatrist” on the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) website. Fill in your town and zip code, to choose a nearby APMA qualified podiatrist. 

For any other follow up concerns, I can be reached at the email associated with this website: contact@doctorlandry.com. Again, thank you!

Sincerely,

Mark Landry, DPM, MS
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Dr. Landry’s office fees are as follows (payment required at time of service): former patient consult, $40; former at-risk care patient (diabetes, vascular disease, nail, calluses, and ulcers), $60; new patient surgical or sports medicine consult, depending on complexity $60/80. Dr. Landry will continue to perform surgery in 2019. Payment will be accepted in the form of cash or credit card. 

 

 

 

Featured Articles

Featured Articles

Click on image to see Featured Articles.

 

 

Testimonials

“In spite of Medicare limitations, Dr. Landry gave me a choice for my joint replacement surgery."

– Nancy

2014-03-12T15:07:47-07:00
“In spite of Medicare limitations, Dr. Landry gave me a choice for my joint replacement surgery." – Nancy
“The taping really helped my heel pain.”

– Barbara

2014-01-16T09:25:28-08:00
“The taping really helped my heel pain.” – Barbara
“I had no pain with my bunion surgeries and I refer Doctor Landry to my friends”

– Jeanine

2014-01-16T09:24:39-08:00
“I had no pain with my bunion surgeries and I refer Doctor Landry to my friends” – Jeanine
“The custom orthotics worked for my ankle and knee pain. I avoided unnecessary foot surgery for my flat foot.”

– Coletta

2014-01-15T10:29:24-08:00
“The custom orthotics worked for my ankle and knee pain. I avoided unnecessary foot surgery for my flat foot.” – Coletta
“Regarding foot doctors in Kansas City, Dr. Landry is on the top of my list. He did my right bunion over 20 years ago and recently did my left. He listens and keeps it simple .”

– Dana

2014-01-11T07:08:46-08:00
“Regarding foot doctors in Kansas City, Dr. Landry is on the top of my list. He did my right bunion over 20 years ago and recently did my left. He listens and keeps it simple .” – Dana

 

Latest Posts

(click image to read full post)

Did those shoes cause my bunions?

Did those shoes cause my bunions?

 Bunions are not really caused by shoes. Shoes aggravate a pre-existing condition. Bunions are nothing more than anatomic or genetic variation. God and your parents get all the blame. Barefoot populations and men get bunions. Yes, a bunion is a knot on the inside of...

read more
Blasted Blisters

Blasted Blisters

Blisters develop from excess friction where the top layer of skin separates from the underlying dermis. The dermis is the white skin seen when an abrasion occurs. The dermal layer of skin has live cells and specialized glands. The top layer or epidermis is protective...

read more
The Unstable Ankle

The Unstable Ankle

A recent patient presented with a history of repeated ankle sprains on her left foot. The ankle tends to "give out" from under her, especially going down stairs. Now she favors the foot in gait with pain. A bad sprain leaves the ankle "unchecked", abnormal motion can...

read more
Malcare WordPress Security