Mark H. Moss, DPM, FACFAS

Dr. Mark H. Moss is a native Texan born and raised in Dallas. After graduating cum laude from Texas A&M University, he pursued his medical training in Podiatric Medicine at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, OH.

Following his four years in Ohio, Dr. Moss completed his surgical training in Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery at the Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency and Fellowship Program. He was trained on conservative management and surgical reconstruction of foot and ankle pathology. This included treatment of minor forefoot pathology to complex foot and ankle deformity and trauma. Dr. Mark H. Moss treats a wide spectrum of patients ranging from pediatrics to adult foot and ankle disorders. Some of the more common problems that Dr. Moss treats are bunions, heel pain, ankle sprains and fractures, diabetic wounds, fractures of the foot and ankle, flatfeet, and sports related injuries.

Dr. Moss is a fellow of the of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and active member of the American and Texas Podiatric Medical Associations. He is currently Board Certified by American Board of Podiatric Surgery in Foot Surgery and Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Moss remains active in residency training and currently is a surgical instructor and Director of Continuing Medical Education for the Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency and Fellowship Program.

Recently, Dr. Mark H. Moss published a review in the April 2004 edition of Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery regarding the surgical fusion of joints secondary to degenerative arthritis. He is also published on the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons website.

Dr. Mark H. Moss is married to his wife, Lynette and is father to their triplets; Elise, Elle, and Elaina. In addition to his many professional responsibilities, Dr. Moss finds time to enjoy his special interests in golf, hunting, and fly-fishing.

Curriculum Vitae

Postgraduate Training

2001-2003

Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program Houston, TX

  • Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery
  • Foot and Ankle Trauma (Internal/External Fixation)
  • Limb Salvage, Sports Medicine, and Diabetic Wound Care
  • ACFAS Ankle Arthroscopy Course, Chicago (12/2002)
  • External Fixation, Trauma and Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery Course (7/2002 and 6/2003)

Education

1997 – 2001

Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine – Cleveland, OH
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM)

1992 – 1996

Texas A&M University – College Station, TX
BA Biology – Minor Chemistry – cum laude
Minor Chemistry

Board Certification and Licensure

2004 – Present

American Board of Podiatric Surgery – Certified

2003 – Present

License in State of Texas – # 1645

Employment

2003 – Present

McKinney Podiatric Surgical Associates – Houston, TX

2004 – Present

Coastal Foot and Ankle Associates (founder) – Pearland, TX

Professional Organizations

Fellow – American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Diplomat – American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Texas Podiatric Medical Association
American Podiatric Medical Association

Professional Appointments

2004 – 2005

Education Coordinator – Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency and Fellowship Programs

2005 – Present

Director of CME – HCPSRP

2006 – Present

Residency Selection Committee – HCPSRP

2006 – Present

Board of Directors, Pearland YMCA

Hospital Committee

2006 – Present

OR Committee, Memorial Hermann SE Hospital

2007 – Present

Credentialing Committee, Memorial Hermann SE Hospital

Educational Honors

Dean’s List – Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (1997-01)
Pi Delta – National Podiatric Honor Society
Merit Scholarship – OCPM
Distinguished Student – TAMU (College of Sciences)

Publications

Isolated Subtalar Joint Arthrodesis – Published in The Clinics of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery – April, 2004. Co-Authors Matthew Rockett, DPM FACFAS, Jeff Raddack, DPM

Article Review ACFAS.org Website 2/2003 – Conservative Management of Rupture of the Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendon: a Case Report and Literature Review. Mandalia V, Williamson DPM, Foot and Ankle Surgery 2002; 8: 261-265.

Extracurricular Activities

El Ninos Pediatric Clinic (2001-2002) Reynosa, Mexico
Medical Staff – Compaq Houston Marathon (2001-03)
President – Class of 2001 (1998-2001)
Treasurer – Class of 2001 (1997-98)
Executive Council – OCPM Student Body – (1998-2001)

Interests

Sports-Medicine/Trauma of Lower Extremity, Ankle Arthroscopy, Golf, Hunting, Fly-fishing, and spending time with wife and three daughters