An East Coast native, Dr. Brett Dupont is a highly trained and naturally skilled podiatrist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg. He provides quality care for all of his patients’ podiatric needs, taking great pride in the treatment and improvement of the overall health of each individual.
He began his career in health care as a respiratory therapist, while attending college full-time in upstate New York. Shortly after graduating, and beginning his time at a Level One Trauma Center in the Emergency and Intensive Care Departments, treating patients with life-threatening diseases and injuries, Dr. Brett Dupont decided to take the test distinguishing high IQ individuals, and qualified to become a Mensa member.
He completed his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine at Temple University in 2013. The 3-year residency involved extensive training in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at Roxborough Memorial Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the doctor received special recognition from the Residency Director for his intrinsic surgical abilities at his graduation in 2016. After completing residency, Dr. Dupont headed south to Maryland where he expanded his training and experience to be well rounded in all aspects of conservative and surgical podiatric management.
After relocating to the Bay Area in 2019, he is enthusiastic to offer his expertise to the local community and experience everything northern California has to offer, personally and professionally. Dr. Brett Dupont is committed to excellence in treating patients of all ages, both surgically and non-surgically by offering the most innovative treatments. With a comprehensive 16 years in healthcare, Dr. Dupont is passionate about striving to help each patient thrive through discovering the proper course of action for treatment.
When Dr. Dupont is not practicing podiatry, he enjoys maintaining his health & fitness with activities such as weight lifting, hiking with his dog Molly, & snowboarding.
Delegate of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine