Dr. Ballew, a Waco native and Midway High School graduate, has served Central Texas for 28 years. After selling his large group practice, he has returned to solo practice at his original location on Cobbs Drive. He attended McMurry University in Abilene and was a member of the football and track teams. After graduation, he completed two residency programs and is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Ballew has served more than two decades as a board member of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association and the Texas Podiatric Medical Foundation. He also served as president of each of these organizations for two years. Nationally, he represents Texas podiatrists to the American Podiatric Medical Association in their House of Delegates. His service won him the prestigious Distinguished Service Citation in 2012. His work was instrumental in starting two indigent clinics in Mexico. He continues to serve on many committees, and is a frequent lecturer on podiatric medical topics, both statewide and nationally. Dr. Ballew treats all foot and ankle conditions. He recently brought cutting edge, peer reviewed, laser technology for treatment of fungal toenails to our area. In-office fluoroscopy (X-rays in motion) as well as gentle treatments for athletic injuries, diabetic feet, surgery, bunions, orthotics, ingrown toenails and heel pain are only a few of the services offered by Dr. Ballew. Beyond the world of podiatry, Dr. Ballew has a wide variety of hobbies and interests. He enjoys studying astrophysics, and he’s a “rockhound” with a collection of rocks and sand from all over the world. He also collects knives, an interest he inherited from his father as a young boy, and wooden boxes. Additionally, Dr. Ballew is proud of his Choctaw and Cherokee heritage and enjoys learning about these cultures.
K. Kyle Ballew, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.O.M.
6400 Cobbs Drive, Suite 800