Dr. Troy Fowler is proud to be an Idaho native having grown up on the eastern side of the state in Shelley, Idaho. He graduated from Shelley High School and then received his undergraduate education at BYU – Idaho. There he also met his wife, Carrie; and they now have five children.Dr. Fowler moved to Des Moines, Iowa for four years of Podiatric medical education. Dr. Fowler attended Des Moines University and while there he also received a masters degree in Healthcare Administration. Following graduation from Des Moines University Dr. Fowler moved to Greeley, Colorado, where he completed his residency training in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. He is trained extensively in both non-surgical and surgical treatments for foot and ankle pathology and trauma for adults and pediatrics. Dr. Fowler had the opportunity to be involved in the Yucatan Crippled Children's Project in Merida, Mexico. This was a great opportunity to not only serve underprivileged individuals but also to obtain training in less common issues involving the lower extremity.Dr. Fowler's hobbies outside of work include playing sports, especially golf; riding motorcycles, wood working, exploring the outdoors, and spending quality time with his adoring family. Foot and Ankle Medical Center is proud to have Dr. Fowler as a member of the team and he is excited to help you with your needs.
Dr. Johnson was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Durango, CO. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University, in Provo, UT. He then received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree at Des Moines University, in Des Moines, IA. He also expanded his study efforts and received a Master of Science degree in Anatomy from Des Moines University. He completed his specialized foot and ankle surgery training at the North Colorado Podiatric Medicine and Surgery residency.
Dr. Johnson is married with 3 sons and 1 daughter. He loves spending time in the outdoors hiking, horseback riding, fishing and snowboarding. In the summer you will find him and his family on a boat on the lake, or returning to his Western roots on the ranch.