A North Carolina podiatrist who focuses on podiatric medicine and surgery, Dr. Milton Richardson draws on over 25 years of experience to provide palliative treatment. This includes routine care for corns, calluses, and other foot ailments. Dr. Richardson complements his podiatric experience through membership with the North Carolina Foot & Ankle Society and the American Podiatric Medical Association. Furthermore, he received his certification in podiatric medicine and surgery from the American Board of Lower Extremity Surgery in 1999.
Over the course of his career, he has worked in private practice and held appointments at various North Carolina hospitals. In 1993, he established Six Forks Podiatry in Raleigh, North Carolina, which he led for five years. Subsequently, he oversaw Apex Foot and Ankle Center for over a decade. Coinciding with these endeavors, he worked for hospitals in podiatric staff and clinic positions at Duke Raleigh Hospital, Western Wake Hospital, and UNC REX Healthcare, among others. Currently, he is working with a new business in the home care industry.
Furthermore, Dr. Richardson has contributed to his field through research, monthly editorials for Health & Healing, and a paper on Charcot foot disease published in Contemporary Podiatric Physician. He also served as an examiner with the North Carolina Board of Podiatry Examiners for three years.
Dr. Richardson studied podiatry at the William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, where he graduated cum laude with a doctor of podiatric medicine. His achievements at Scholl College earned him Dean’s Honor Roll status in each of his four years there, in addition to induction into the university’s Durlacher Honor Society. After he obtained his graduate degree, he completed a podiatric medicine and surgery residency at Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center.