502.897.7412 (Fax)

Main Office: 142 Chenoweth Lane 

University Office: 401 E. Chestnut St. Ste 240 

 St Mary & Elizabeth Hospital: 4402 Churchman Ave., Ste 400 

Who We Are

Foot Doctors PSC

 The podiatric medical practice of Drs. Timothy C. Ford and Jonathan Towarnicki has been in Louisville Kentucky since 1987. Foot Doctors, PSC was the name Dr. Ford chose for his practice to "let the public know just who we are and what we do-- "doctors that treat the foot and ankle".

3 Lousiville Locations:

1. Main office: 142 Chenoweth Lane, St Matthews, KY 40207

2. Academic Office: 401 E. Chestnut St., Ste 240 (University of Louisville), 40202

3. St Mary's and Elizabeth Hospital: 4402 Churchmans Ave., Plaza 1, Ste 400 Louisville, 40215

The physcians @ Foot Doctors PSC provide foot and ankle care for individuals of all ages: 

  • Warts, blisters, corns, calluses
  • Fungal or bacterial infections
  • Ingrown nails
  • Bunions, hammertoes, bone spurs
  • Heel pain
  • Congenital foot deformities
  • Pediatric and childhood conditions
  • Sport injuries of the foot or ankle
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Wound care
  • Arthritis of the foot or ankle
  • Neurologic conditions of the foot
  • Trauma of the foot or ankle
  • Computerized gait analysis

The practice attempts to provide this region's most sophisticated foot and ankle care available. This is achieved by working with a network of other medical specialists including family and internal medicine, physical therapists, orthopedics, endocrinologist, rheumatologist, pain specialist, neurologists, and radiologists. This working relationship assures each patient is afforded the optimal care available. 


Working with the University of Louisville Hospital and School of Medicine along with direct involvement in residency education helps to achieve this practices lofty goals. As the Director and founder of the Podiatric Residency Program at Jewish Hospital and St Mary’s Healthcare {JHSMH}, Dr. Ford is intimately involved in the development and refinement of surgical and medical treatments for the foot and ankle. As with many residency programs research as an integral part of this training program. Research and development in the area of foot and ankle medicine/surgery continue to be published by Dr. Ford and the Podiatric Residency Program at JHSMH . It is this educational foundation of Foot Doctors PSC that makes this practice "a step ahead" of the rest. 


Research studies under investigation:

1. Bioabsorbable pin and screw fixation for foot and ankle surgery

2. Wound healing concepts in the diabetic patient

3. Locking Plate technology in foot surgery

4. Diabetic Charcot surgical reconstruction

5. Symptomatic flatfoot surgical treatment