About Dr. Blanson
With over a decade of experience, Eric Blanson, DPM, is a skilled podiatrist and founder of PMC Foot and Ankle Clinic in Spring, Texas. He has special interests in pediatrics, sports medicine, aesthetic foot surgery, diabetic foot and wound care, plantar fasciitis, biomechanics, and more.
Dr. Blanson was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He received both academic and athletic college scholarships. He attended Southern University and A&M College and Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, where he graduated with honors and earned a Bachelor of Science in biology. After graduating, Dr. Blanson completed medical school at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine in Independence, Ohio, graduating in the top 10% of his class with honors. Dr. Blanson then completed his residency at HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood in Texas. During his residency, he received training in a multitude of surgical specialties and attained specialized certification in rearfoot/ankle reconstruction and trauma surgery.
Dr. Blanson is affiliated with many hospitals and surgical centers in Houston, Spring, and Conroe, Texas. He is also a member of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, American Podiatric Medical Association, and Ohio Podiatric Medical Student Association.
In December of 2018, Dr. Blanson established PMC Foot and Ankle Clinic. The team takes a comprehensive, family-style approach to care, in which Dr. Blanson speaks directly to the patient to build a relationship and understand their background. After considering their lifestyle and needs, he then develops an appropriate treatment plan and consistently follows up to ensure each patient’s optimal health. Dr. Blanson also explains treatments and procedures in a patient-friendly way.
At PMC Foot and Ankle Clinic, the team is experienced in treating many podiatry conditions, such as bunions, flatfoot, hammertoe, and ingrown toenails. The team can help patients suffering from heel pain, nerve pain, joint pain, and sports injuries. The practice also offers advanced regenerative medicine treatments, such as stem cells and plasma-rich platelets, as well as laser therapy, laser surgery, and CO2 lasers.
The team at PMC Foot and Ankle Clinic looks forward to providing you with premium medical care. To schedule an appointment, call the office or book online today.
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