Edward G. Blahous, D.P.M. is a board-certified podiatric physician and surgeon at The Sports Medicine Clinic. He is a former collegiate soccer player who specializes in foot and ankle treatment for the active and athletic population.
Dr. Blahous graduated from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1994. He completed three years of residency specializing in foot and ankle surgery and sports medicine. He is board certified in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.
Dr. Blahous' clinical interests include foot and ankle reconstructive surgery; gait analysis and orthotics; and stress fractures of the foot and ankle. He especially enjoys working with members of the active adult population who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. He also enjoys getting patients back into their exercise regimen by identifying and resolving the cause of their foot or ankle pain.
Dr. Blahous enjoys swimming, walking and hiking. He continues to be a passionate follower of our local sports teams through the good times and the bad.
Education and Training
Virginia Mason Medical Center
The Seattle Hospital
California College of Podiatric Medicine
Medical Education, 1994
Foot & Ankle Surgery, 2003, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Reconst Rearfoot & Ankle, 2003, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery