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Stacy Bacon, MD.
Dr. Stacy Bacon

Stacy Bacon, MD.

Dr. Bacon is a native Texan. She grew up in San Antonio. She is an All-American track athlete (3000m) from Rice University where she graduated with honors (magna cum laude). She finished in the top of her class at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston (Alpha Omega Alpha). She finished her five-year Orthopedic residency at the University of Colorado where she was awarded a leadership award. She completed a foot and ankle fellowship at Baylor University in Dallas under the direction of James Brodsky, MD and John Early, MD.

Dr. Bacon is trained in the treatment of most foot and ankle problems. She has been trained in the treatment of complex foot problems, forefoot deformities (bunions, hammer toes, etc.), ankle injuries, fractures/dislocations, major and minor foot/ankle reconstructions, ankle replacements, minimally invasive surgery, arthroscopy, and non-operative management of foot and ankle problems. She is trained in treating the special populations, including diabetics and rheumatoid arthritis.

Dr. Bacon specialized in minimally invasive surgery to complex reconstructions. She does complex arthroscopy from ankle and to subtalar arthroscopy. She specializes in deformity correction with internal or external fixation (Ilizarov/ring fixation) and ankle replacement.

She is an avid runner who works with local running clubs (Woodlands Fit) both in training and in injury prevention. She specializes in runners injuris both in diagnosis and prevention.

Dr. Bacon is a board certified Orthopedic surgeon. She is a member of the Texas Medical Association, American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, and the Ruth Jackson Orthopedic Society. She is also a board-certified member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

For information on common Foot and Ankle problems, please visit: www.stacybaconmd.com

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