Andrew Evans, DPM, has moved his podiatry practice to Samaritan Specialty Clinic – Lebanon. Dr. Evans treats conditions of the foot and ankle, including trauma, diabetic foot care and wound healing, as well as primary podiatric care and surgery.
He earned a bachelor’s degree at University of Utah and a medical degree at Des Moines University. He completed residency training at Scott and White Memorial Hospital.
He became a physician to help people improve their quality of life. His own experience with foot and ankle problems led him to specialize in podiatry.
When appropriate, Dr. Evans focuses on conservative care before surgery. He teaches patients how to treat their foot and ankle ailments so they can stay healthy.
“It’s a team approach with the patient being the most important part,” he said.
Dr. Evans was raised in Kennewick, Washington, and recently moved from Newport, where he worked at Samaritan Orthopedics & Podiatry – Newport. He is married and has four children.
“My family is blazing our own tradition here in Oregon and loving it,” he said. “There’s never a dull moment.”
Dr. Evans has climbed Mount Fuji and swam across the Amazon. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking, fly fishing, cooking, camping and spending time with family.