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Foot Specialists of Tri-County has been working with orthopedic patients throughout North-East Texas since 2005. At Foot Specialists of Tri-County, we believe that our patients deserve to have the information needed to make good choices about their foot & ankle care. Our goal is to educate each patient and begin a relevant treatment program with the highest quality of care available. Whatever your foot & ankle trouble, we'll work together to find the solutions that will bring you relief. Currently, we are providing services at Sulphur Springs, TXWinnsboro, TX and Pittsburg, TX.

One of the goals of our website is to provide you an extension of our care. As you navigate through the site you will find information about  foot & ankle ailments and treatments available. There is an overview of our practice including our doctors, office hours, appointment, maps, directions, and contact information.

We are a full-service Podiatry Practice capable of treating all your foot & ankle care needs. We strive to provide top quality surgical and non-surgical foot & ankle care. We use the latest treatment modalities available, combined with time-tested methods to get you back on your feet and keep you walking. We will make every effort to see you promptly.

Thank you for considering our office for your foot & ankle care. We look forward to meeting you and managing your foot & ankle care needs.

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  • Thi Pham

    Dr. Pham is the founder of Foot Specialists of Tri-County. She treats a number of foot and ankle conditions at three podiatry clinics. Dr. Pham is a podiatrist in Winnsboro and Pittsburg, Texas with 15 years of experience. She recently has new office in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Dr. Pham offers both surgical and nonsurgical treatments for a wide range of podiatric conditions. 

    Dr. Pham graduated from University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Biology in 1995. Five years later in 2001, she graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduating, Dr. Pham completed a podiatric medicine & surgical residency at University of Texas Health Science at San Antonio in 2005. She moved to Winnsboro, Texas since then. Dr. Pham has been married to her great husband, Franklin Tran, for 19 years. Together they have four beautiful children, Johnathan, Emily, Nathan and Keaton. 

    Dr. Pham's goal is to provide compassionate, comprehensive orthopedic care to each of her patients. She takes the time to get to know her patients and treat all their foot and ankle concerns. 

  • Joel Robinson
    D.P.M. , M.S.Med.Ed

    Dr. Joel Robinson is the newest associate at Foot Specialists of Tri-County. Dr. Robinson has returned to Dallas after completing a surgical residency specializing in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery in Erie, Pennsylvania. Dr. Robinson completed his undergraduate education at the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He completed his Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine at Kent State University, College of Podiatric Medicine in Independence, Ohio. While he was in residency, he achieved a Master’s of Science in Medical Education from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania.

    Dr. Robinson completed a three-year surgical residency at LECOM/Millcreek Community Hospital. In his final year of residency, Dr. Robinson served as Chief Resident . This residency program provided him with the highest possible level of education available for Podiatric surgeons. He receives high accolades from his peers and mentors.

    Dr. Robinson’s motto is to serve. His desire is to help patients to be healthy, and strives to provide them with the comfort and care that they need to resolve whatever foot/ankle issues that are affecting their quality of life. Dr. Robinson’s passion is to provide the best possible care, and ultimately make sure that his patients resume a healthy lifestyle.  He looks forward to seeing you and providing you with the best possible care. 


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