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Stephen R. Arndt, M.D.
Dr. Stephen Arndt is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon who specializes in complex conditions of the foot and ankle both surgically and non-surgically. He focuses on an array of issues and has a special interest in total ankle replacements, ankle arthroscopies, ankle and hind foot reconstruction and various forefoot procedures. Dr. Arndt has participated in many research studies and published multiple corresponding articles.
Dr. Arndt received his undergraduate degree in Physics with a minor in Chemistry and Mathematics from Wake Forest University where he was awarded Magna Cum Laude for his studies.
As a current member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Florida Orthopaedic Society, Northeast Florida Orthopaedic Society and American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, Dr. Arndt is well-versed in the needs of his foot and ankle patients. He strives to not only provide 5-star orthopedic care but to also understand his patient and the corresponding impact their orthopedic injury can have on their life.
Doctor of Medicine
Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
Bachelor of Science
Wake Forest University
- Fellowship, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Cleveland, OH)
- Residency, University of Florida Health Science Center (Jacksonville, FL)
- Board-Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Patients That Inspire
“Dr. Arndt is a very skilled surgeon with excellent communication skills. He takes great care in making sure that your questions are answered, that he has discussed all options with you, and that you understand everything before you leave his office. He is also a very good person with a great sense of humor. I have recommended him to other people who require foot/ankle surgeons.” Anonymous
“I had a Pilon fracture (fracture of the distal part of the tibia, involving the ankle joint). If you have concerns about something, just ask him. He will listen very intently and address the situation with complete honesty. At one point I was afraid I would lose my foot, be permanently disabled or have nerve pain the rest of my life. He fixed al of that and now I can run, exercise, bowl, play softball, shoot baskets and enjoy my niece and nephew the fullest extent. Thank you Dr. Arndt. In a way you saved my quality of life.” Vitals Patient
“Dr. Arndt took time to call and answer a question I had after the exam prior to surgery. Usually a nurse might call back but he personally took the time to call and answer which made me feel confident in Dr. Arndt and my upcoming surgery.” Anonymous
The Arndt Team
Cherisse Mabe, PA-C