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About the Doctor
Dr. Dobry then spent another year training at the Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs
Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, as a Podiatric Research Fellow specializing in
diabetic lower extremity wound care treatment and management. Since completing his
Fellowship in June 2004, Dr. Dobry has built his private practice in Frisco, Texas
a suburb North of Dallas.
Dr. Dobry is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery (ABPS) and
is an Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (FACFAS). Dr. Dobry
is a member of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association (TXPMA), as well as the American
Podiatric Medical Association (APMA).
Christopher Dobry, DPM, FACFAS
Having grown up in Oklahoma City, Dr. Dobry has always considered the Dallas area
a second home. He attended Southern Methodist University, and having many family
members living in the Metroplex, has been a regular visitor to Dallas his entire
life. Prior to his Podiatric medical career, Dr. Dobry worked in commercial real
estate sales and also for a general contracting construction firm, both in Oklahoma
While living there, Dr. Dobry volunteered for several charities including the Bachelor's
Club of Oklahoma City, Prevent Blindness Oklahoma, and is a perpetual member of the
Ancient Free & Accepted Masons. While in Arizona, Dr. Dobry volunteered for the Arizona
State Arthritis Foundation.
Dr. Dobry enjoys vigorous political discussions, writing, studying history, fly-fishing,
camping, and most of all, cooking. When Dr. Dobry is not pursuing these activities,
he proudly supports the Oklahoma Sooners, and dutifully instructs his daughter and
son to do so, as well.
Dr. Dobry graduated from the University of Oklahoma, in Norman, Oklahoma, with a
Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He then attended the University of Central Oklahoma,
in Edmond, Oklahoma, where he achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Lastly,
he acquired his Doctoral degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
and Surgery, in Miami, Florida. After finishing his studies, he was appointed to
and completed two (2) years of Podiatric Surgical training at St. Luke's Medical
Center in Phoenix, Arizona, where he was trained by the internationally recognized
foot surgeon, Dr. Kerry Zang. For both years, Dr. Dobry was the chief resident.