Bailey Griffin, DPM, is a distinguished and experienced podiatrist and foot and ankle surgeon serving men and women in Humble, Texas.
Dr. Griffin graduated from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She obtained her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa.
At Kingwood Medical Center in Kingwood, Texas, Dr. Griffin completed a three-year surgical residency with a reconstructive rearfoot accreditation. She also served as the chief resident her third year.
Dr. Griffin has always wanted to become a doctor to help others and make a positive difference in people's lives. She shadowed all different types of doctors and decided on podiatry as the perfect choice for her.
Over the years, Dr. Griffin has practiced sports medicine, diabetic foot care, wound care, trauma, pediatric and geriatric foot care, and more. Active in her field, Dr. Griffin is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and the Texas Podiatric Medical Association.
Dr. Griffin specializes in trauma, reconstructive rearfoot surgery, diabetic wound care and treats a range of foot and ankle conditions, including ingrown toenails, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, arthritis, and tendinitis. She takes pride in helping men and women address and resolve podiatric concerns with compassionate, individualized care. When necessary, Dr. Griffin connects with a prestigious network of doctors for referrals.
An expert in podiatric care, Dr. Griffin strives to improve foot health and function. She maintains that the patient is the most important part of the practice.
Dr. Griffin feels compelled to give back to her profession. She dedicates her time training podiatric surgical residents at Kingwood Medical Center and Houston Northwest Medical Center
Dr. Griffin resides in Kingwood with her family. Outside of the office, Dr. Griffin enjoys family life, running, CrossFitⓇ, and playing ball with her beloved toy fox terriers.