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GARY PRANT, DPM Austin, TX“When I was 12 years old, a family friend who was a podiatrist made me orthotics that made a major difference in the way my feet felt. That started me thinking about this field – where you can make a positive difference in someone’s life very quickly and often quite easily. I enjoy being able to use high technology such as the Mini-C-arm video X-ray machine, diagnostic ultrasound and lasers. I think it is incredibly cool to use my skill with modern tools to solve age-old problems such as fungus toenails.

“I like spending time with my patients, giving them plenty of time to explain their problems without me interrupting. I am an active listener, and I believe that a patient will reveal the answer to their problem if you listen carefully. I believe that many foot problems are caused by mechanical issues involving the interface between foot biomechanics and shoe mechanics. I consider each person’s lifestyle, work and other activities very important to their selection of shoegear.

“I hope to give my patients not just immediate relief from their foot problems but rather a long-term strategy to avoid problems in the future. Every day I see patients with problems that have been difficult to diagnose, and I am able to identify those problems and resolve them.”

In his free time, Dr. Prant enjoys amateur radio and spending time with his dogs in the leash-free dog park. The community of people and pets at the dog park has been an abiding interest of his for the past few years, and he has served as chairperson of his local dog park and representative to the city parks commission. He has been active in amateur radio for many years and enjoys using high technology to communicate with people all over the world.

BOARD-CERTIFIED: American Board of Podiatric Surgery

ASSOCIATE: Academy of Ambulatory Foot and Ankle Surgery

RESIDENCY: University Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA

DPM: Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

MEMBER: American Podiatric Medical Association (board member), Texas Podiatric Medical Association (past board member) Travis County Podiatric Medical Society (past president)

PAST PRESIDENT: Travis County Podiatric Medical Society

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Paula, Podiatric Assistant

Paula Allen, Podiatric Assistant Austin, TXPaula began working at Arbor Foot Health Center in 2004. She has nearly 10 years of experience working in medical care. She assists with procedures, tapes feet, performs X-rays and treats patients with care. 

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Hilary, Medical Assistant

Hilary, Medical Assistant Austin, TX

Hillary grew up in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas among the citrus groves. She has two young children, a wonderful husband and eight giant white dogs. Hillary began working at Arbor Foot Health Center in 2014 and is working toward a career in nursing and midwifery. She is fluent in Spanish and is happy to be assisting with a variety of procedures at our office.


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Beth, Receptionist

Beth, Receptionist Austin, TX

Beth grew up on Long Island and lived in California for many years before moving to Austin in 2001. She and her husband love to travel. Beth also enjoys quilting with her twin sister. They have two cats have been married 40 years.




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Candace, Insurance Specialist

Candace Brown, Insurance Specialist Austin, TXCandace has worked at Arbor Foot Health Center for more than 10 years, billing patients and working with their insurance companies. If you have questions about your bill or need assistance with your insurance company, please contact her at 512.335.1800 extension 11. She works Monday through Thursday from 7 AM to 1:00 PM. 





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Get relief for your foot problems. Speak with Dr. Gary Prant, Austin’s most trusted foot doctor. To schedule your appointment at Arbor Foot Health Center, please call us at 512.335.1800. We welcome patients from Round Rock, Westlake, Jollyville, Austin and Cedar Park.


“When I moved to Austin in 2005 I was recovering from a broken ankle. My primary care doctor recommended Dr. Prant as a podiatrist, & I'm so grateful! He oversaw the healing of that ankle & has helped me through several stress fractures & ankle sprains since then. He's a fun, no-nonsense kind of guy with a lot of insights & helpful advice.” AA   “I would never go anywhere else for any of podiatry needs and I recommend... Read More