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Dr. Jonathan Mark Kletz DPM, Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)
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Dr. Jonathan Mark Kletz DPM

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist) | Foot & Ankle Surgery

6760 Abrams Rd Suite 203 Dallas TX, 75231

About

Dr. Jonathan Kletz is a podiatrist practicing in Dallas, TX. Dr. Kletz is a medical doctor specializing in the treatment of the foot , ankle and related parts of the leg. As a podiatrist, Dr. Kletz diagnoses and treats conditions of the feet. The feet are key body parts that give a person stability, absorb shock, allow for walking and standing and are necessary for overall well-being. So, the feet need expert care. Podiatrists can specialize in surgery, wound care, sports medicine, diabetic care and pediatrics.

Education and Training

Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine DPM

Board Certification

American Board of Podiatric Surgery

Foot Surgery (Podiatric Surgery)

Provider Details

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Dr. Jonathan Mark Kletz DPM
Dr. Jonathan Mark Kletz DPM's Expert Contributions
  • Planters wart?

    Plantar warts are caused by a virus. Sometimes topical medications can be used to eradicate them. Surgical excision and lasers are other alternatives. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM, FACFAS Dallas, Athens, and Gun Barrel City 214-340-8885 READ MORE

  • How can my daughter manage a broken toe without surgery?

    The best way to manage a broken toe. If it is not displaced is to splint the toe to the toe next to it using some type of tape. Also, would recommend wear some type of stiff soled shoe so that the toe is immobilized. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • How do you know a child's foot is broken?

    Typically, you take an X-ray to evaluate the bone. Jonathan M. Kletz, D.P.M. READ MORE

  • How do you test for ankle instability?

    There are x-ray techniques that can be done under anesthesia. MRI can be performed to look at the ankle ligaments. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM Texas Foot Works Dallas, Athens and Gun Barrel City Texas 214-340-8885 READ MORE

  • How successful is plantar fasciitis surgery?

    Plantar fasciitis surgery can be quite effective. Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy is about 80% successful. Also EPAT procedure which is not covered by most insurances can be about 80% effective as well. It does not require an incision or an injection. I would first try conservative treatment first.   Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • Do you need to bring your child to the doctor if they fell off their bike?

    If your child is having pain in his arm and leg after falling off of a bike. I would recommend to have him evaluated by a pediatrician to make sure that there is no significant injuries. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • Does a torn ligament in the ankle require surgery?

    Depending on the degree of tear, sometimes surgery is not required. Best is to get an MRI to determine what degree the ligament is torn.   Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • What foot exercises can be done at home?

    There are numerous exercises for the foot that can be done at home. This depends on the particular medical condition you may have. You can stretch the plantar fascia, Achilles tendon, and other tendons depending on where you are having the particular issue. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • Can being overweight cause ankle pain?

    Yes being overweight can cause excess stress on the ankle, creating more strain on the joint and the surrounding ligaments and tendons. Weight alone is not always a reason to have ankle pain. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM Texas Foot Works Dallas, Athens and Gun Barrel City Texas 214-340-8885 READ MORE

  • How long does it take for nerves to heal after foot surgery?

    It depends on what type of surgery are having. It is just a normal surgery of cutting the skin and soft tissue as well as bone, then the healing is mainly associated with the soft tissue and bone. Nerves take a little bit longer than normal tissue to heal so it depends on the type of procedure that is being done.  Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM Texas Foot WorksDallas, Athens and Gun Barrel City Texas214-340-8885 READ MORE

  • What to do right after twisting your ankle?

    Applying ice, elevation, and some light compression can help. Depending on the severity of the injury, sometimes X-rays are needed to evaluate the bone to see if there is a fracture. Anti-inflammatories can be taken if you don't have any allergies or any interaction with any other medications that you currently take. Getting evaluated by a physician is always a good idea.  Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • What is the best pain relief for plantar fasciitis?

    You can start with buying over-the-counter orthotics which can help improve alignment and function of the foot. You can also perform stretching exercises. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • Why does the bone under my big toe hurt?

    This could be caused by irritation of two round bones, called the sesamoids. This could also be pain under the joint due to excess pressure. I would recommend X-rays to evaluate condition and see a physician. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • How do I know if my ankle injury is serious?

    Would recommend evaluation of the ankle injury to determine the severity of the injury. This would include X-rays and possible MRI. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • How long does it take to recover from a broken ankle?

    It depends on the severity of the injury to the ankle. I would recommend X-rays of the ankle and potential MRI if warranted. Depending on the type of fracture, it'd take from four weeks much longer. This is why X-rays are important. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • How to ease pain in my right ankle?

    Depends on what is causing the pain. Just leaning on your right leg should not necessarily cause ankle pain. You may have another underlying issue that could be causing discomfort. I would recommend having it evaluated with potential X-ray. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • How can I relieve foot pain?

    It depends what the chronic foot pain is coming from. Sometimes arch supports can be beneficial depending on the diagnosis. Sometimes X-rays are needed to diagnose chronic foot pain as well. Would recommend evaluation by podiatrist. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • When do you see a doctor for a sore ankle?

    If you continue to have swelling and pain and the condition does not seem to be improving or ankle feels unstable, I would recommend evaluation and X-rays. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • The arch in my foot has lessened over time?

    As we get older, our feet can change. The arch height can change due to muscle weakness and stretching of ligaments. Would recommend some type of arch support. If it is painful, I would recommend an X-ray.  Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

  • My heels are in pain all the time?

    You may have a condition called plantar fasciitis. This occurs with excess stress between ligament on the bottom of the foot that attaches to the heel. Stretching exercises, ice, and arch supports can be beneficial. If this is not helping, would recommend evaluation and X-rays. Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

wound careneuropathyEPAT- extracorporeal pulse activation therapy

Professional Memberships

  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons  
  • American Podiatric Medical Association, Inc  

Dr. Jonathan Mark Kletz DPM's Practice location

Practice At 6760 Abrams Rd Suite 203

6760 Abrams Rd Suite 203 -
Dallas, TX 75231
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New patients: 214-340-8885
Fax: 214-340-4046

Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM, PA

166 Heritage Parkway -
Gun Barrel City, TX 75156
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