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Dr. Benjamin Weaver

As founder of Central Kansas Podiatry Associates — a state-of-the-art podiatric practice — Dr. Benjamin Weaver leads a talented staff of nurses and attendants and devotes most of his time to his patients.

Dr. Weaver is a dedicated academic, continually upgrading his medical skills and researching the latest technological advancements in podiatry. Dr. Weaver has seen a wide variety of podiatric issues in the course of his extensive education and experience.

Dr. Weaver’s Education:

  • 1995 – Bachelor’s degree in Science from Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma City; graduated Suma Cum Laude
  • 2001 – Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine
  • Residency – Veterans Affairs Hospital of Huntington, West Virginia
  • Board-certified in podiatric orthopedics and primary podiatric medicine
  • Most recently Dr. Weaver completed his Certification for Wound Care; he is the only podiatrist in Central Kansas to obtain this certification.

Dr. Weaver has also been named a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine, the American Professional Wound Care Association, and the College of Certified Wound Specialists.

Dr. Weaver and his wife Brooke work together every day in their practice and at home raising their two children, Bobby and Colton. Together, they enjoy sharing their successful careers and spending time with their sons.

Contact Dr. Benjamin Weaver:

Central Kansas Podiatry Associates
2081 N. Webb Road
Wichita, KS 67206
Phone: 316-269-3338
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