Dr. Frank K. Galbraith is Board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He served as a board member of the Kansas Board of Healing Arts for 12 years and as a member of Podiatry Advisory Committee for 12 years.
After completing his undergraduate degree at Washburn University, Dr. Galbraith left Kansas to go to podiatry school at Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, in Chicago, Illinois. He then returned to Kansas for his residency at Leavenworth Veterans Administration Hospital in Leavenworth, Kansas, and rotated through St. Margaret’s and Providence Hospitals in Kansas City, Kansas. After completing his residency, he worked a private practice in his native Topeka, Kansas. He then moved to Wichita in 1975 with his own practice that he still runs today.
In addition, he has had the honor to hold multiple offices over the years for various medical committees. Finally, Dr. Galbraith has attended several major conferences and workshops, many of which he has presented lengthy slide presentations and several hands-on foot surgery workshops over a wide range of podiatric subjects. He has been serving and living in the Wichita area now for 40 years.