Podiatrist Kiersten B. Weber, D.P.M., provides foot care, general wound care, and educational services to help patients mitigate diabetes-related complications. She practices in the OU Physicians Diabetes and Endocrinology Clinic in Suite 3400 of our flagship building at N. Lincoln Blvd. and NE 10th Street in Oklahoma City (location details).
“When I sit down with a patient for the first time, I screen for circulation and sensation issues,” Dr. Weber says. “Patients sometimes don’t realize they’ve lost sensation in their feet.” She aims to educate patients about their risk factors and help them identify diabetic complications before they worsen.
“I also look for ulcerations, a complication that, if not treated, can create the need for a foot to be amputated. With the right podiatric care, we can reduce a patient’s risk for amputations by up to 85 percent.”
Dr. Weber has been in private practice as a podiatrist in Edmond since 2000. She earned her doctorate in podiatric medicine at Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Iowa. She completed a podiatric surgical residency at The Cambridge Hospital, Boston. She is a member of the Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association, the American Podiatric Medical Association and the International Aesthetic Foot Society.
To make an appointment, refill a prescription, contact a nurse or refer a patient, call (405) 271-1000.
Fax our clinic at (405) 271-1002
For medical records, call (405) 271-9194 or fax (405) 271-9195
HHDC general information: (405) 271-7000
Referral form (for physicians referring adult patients)
Self-referrals to our podiatrist are accepted, with or without a diabetes diagnosis.
Requests for diabetic shoes are referred to OU Physicians Orthotics, (405) 271-3644