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Welcome Dr. Murdock!

The Foot Care Center proudly welcomes Dr. Keith Murdock to the team!  Dr. Murdock began seeing patients in our Billings, MT office in August, 2017.  

He has been working in Fort Collins, Colorado the last several years with a special emphasis in nerve decompression and neuropathy.  We’re excited about the expertise Dr. Murdock brings to our group and he complements the range of specialized skills and knowledge you have come to expect of our medical staff. 

Dr. Murdock was raised in south east Idaho on a small family dairy farm.  He attended and received his undergraduate degree in accounting from Brigham Young University-Idaho.  He went on to earn his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He then attended and completed a three-year surgical residency program with Kaiser in the Napa Valley area in California.  As chief resident he instructed junior residents in foot and ankle surgeries.  Dr. Murdock has trained in a broad range of foot and ankle conditions. While in residency he completed extensive surgical training in forefoot/rearfoot surgery, diabetic limb salvage, total ankle replacement, and trauma.   

Following residency Dr. Murdock worked at a podiatry group in Fort Collins, CO and received special training in nerve decompression surgery for the lower extremity. He is a member The Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons (AENS).  He enjoys the challenges these cases bring and is thrilled to be bringing this surgical technique to Montana and the surrounding area.     

He and his wife have six boys including two sets of twins. With his family he enjoys outdoor activities, sports, skiing, and traveling.  He also enjoys running, biking and swimming; and just recently completed his first Half Ironman in Boulder, CO.  Dr. Murdock is committed to providing excellence in podiatric medical and surgical care to our patients. He is available for appointments and for emergent care.  
  



The Story of The Foot Care Center of Montana and Wyoming

The Foot Care Center is the largest and most active podiatry group in Wyoming and Montana. The first office was opened in 1987 in Sheridan, WY by Craig McLaws, DPM. As the only podiatrist in northern Wyoming, Dr. McLaws ran outreach clinics in the basin area, in Gillette, and other surrounding communities. In 2005, we added our full time podiatry office in Billings, MT.

The doctors and staff at The Foot Care Center are committed to improving the health of your feet, ankles, and lower legs. As experts in the field of podiatry, we are able to provide you with comprehensive exams and diagnostic analyses of your condition. We also offer innovative treatments for injuries, diseases, and other conditions of your feet, ankles, and lower legs.

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                                             Office Locations

Sheridan Office 
132 N. Gould St.
Sheridan, WY 82801
Phone: 307-672-3457
Fax: 307-674-1527 
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Billings Office
3990 Avenue D.
Billings , MT 59102
Phone: 406-252-5444
Fax: 406-245-9043
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Fall Foot Care Tips

Be Careful With Boots

Sometimes, boots are made to keep the bad weather and cold temperatures out, instead of focused on what�??s inside. If your feet, ankles, or even lower back are feeling particularly sore after wearing your favorite pair of boots�??some insoles or arch supports might be needed. Along with providing extra support, these will also keep your feet in proper alignment while you take care of those Fall tasks that require boots, whether it�??s raking a muddy yard, or just walking through the rain.

 

Boots can also be especially warm�??which is great for those frigid mornings, but can cause an ideal breeding ground for foot odor, and fungus or athlete�??s foot. If your feet �??can�??t breathe�?? �?? be sure to wash them daily, change your socks, and be proactive with antifungal spray or cream as one of your Fall foot care tips.
 

Keep footwear dry

The fall season brings wet weather in our area. Let your shoes dry out properly before using again. Wet shoes promote fungal and bacterial growth which can lead to infection and odor.

 

Wash your feet often

Don�??t go to bed without washing your feet. If you leave dirt on the skin�??s surface, it can become irritated and infected. Wash your feet every evening with soap and water.

 

Dry your feet well

Dry your feet thoroughly after washing them, especially between the toes which is where germs such as Athlete's foot can easily breed. Then, apply a moisturising foot cream (not body lotion).

 

Shoe shop in the afternoon

Shop for shoes in the afternoon. Feet swell as the day goes on and if shoes fit in the afternoon when your feet are at their largest, you can be assured they will always be comfortable.

 

Managing diabetic feet When the weather cools

During the fall and winter, cooler temperatures cause the body to naturally lower blood circulation in your extremities, such as your toes and feet. Diabetics already experience a loss of blood flow to the feet�??so it�??s important during cold weather to treat your feet well to protect and keep them comfortable.

 

Diabetic socks encourage blood flow (meaning they help your feet stay warm!) through a lack of seams, and being non-binding. If your feet are drying out from the change in weather and seasons, you may also want to consider some diabetic foot moisturizer or foot wash. These are great for keeping your feet soft and healthy, no matter what weather the Fall and Winter bring.