Our Doctors

Thomas Reed, DPM

Diplomate, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery

Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Medicine

Thomas Reed, DPM

Dr. Reed is a board certified podiatric physician specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of the foot and ankle. He has practiced in the Woodlands/Conroe area for thirty-four years.

Dr. Reed grew up in Maryland and moved to the Woodlands to be near his brother, a general surgeon. He and his wife, Evangeline have been married for thirty-two years. Dr. Reed enjoys a variety of sports activities including biking, running, swimming, and basketball. He also enjoys gardening, photography, and reading, and he teaches a variety of classes on how to stay healthy. The Reeds also have a large pick-your-own blueberry operation. The Sanctuary Blueberry Farm is located in Montgomery, Texas. To find out more about prime picking times, recipes, and other events, just go to our Facebook page.  The Reeds attend church in The Woodlands.

Dr. Reed served six years on the Board of Directors of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association. He also served as the TPMA Hospital Committee Chairman which required him to function as liaison between Texas hospitals and the TPMA. He also served two years on the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Special Task Force.

Dr. Reed has authored six manuscripts published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. He has patents on several medical inventions refining traditional thought on several surgical procedures of the foot and ankle.

He is double board certified, an honor shared by only a few podiatrists in the Houston area. He is certified by both the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. He has lectured internationally about the use of surgical pins and screws made from freeze-dried bone instead of metal.

Dr. Reed's Christian faith extends to his medical practice. Dr. Reed and his staff pray for the physical and spiritual well-being of his patients each day. He will pray with those patients who ask, and he trusts that God will guide him as he makes the sometimes challenging decisions of medical care.

Travis Dupuis, DPM

Travis Dupuis, DPM

A Texas native, Dr. Dupuis attended Baylor University with an academic scholarship. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology. Dr. Dupuis then attended the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco. He graduated with honors as well as received the President’s Scholarship.

Following medical school, he completed a surgical residency at the Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program in Houston. This program is widely regarded as one of the top surgical residency programs in the nation. During his last year residency, Dr. Dupuis was awarded a fellowship in reconstructive surgery of the ankle and foot. During his fellowship, he received additional training in microsurgery, arthroscopy, and advance surgical reconstruction of both pediatric and adult deformities. Dr. Dupuis did his fellowship training at the International Center for Limb Lengthening and Deformity Correction in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dr. Dupuis joined Ankle & Foot Specialists in 2005. In private practice he served as Chief of Podiatric Surgery at Conroe Regional Medical Center. He has authored multiple manuscripts in advancement of foot and ankle surgical techniques. He has lectured nationally about the use of surgical techniques and advancements in podiatric surgery. Dr. Dupuis is board certified in foot and ankle surgery. His special interests include pediatric and adult reconstructive surgery, sports medicine, and ankle reconstruction.

Dr. Dupuis and his wife Ashley have been married for fifteen years and have two children. Dr. Dupuis enjoys a variety of hobbies including working on his farm, traveling, and coaching baseball. He also enjoys spending time with his family.  The Dupuis’ attend church in Conroe and are very active in Christian ministries.

Dr. Dupuis’ Curriculum Vitae