Dr. Douglas Croff

Dr. Douglas Croff joined Coachella Valley Foot and Ankle in 2015. He is a native of Northern Utah where he attended the University of Utah earning a Bachelor of Science degree while majoring in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. He then attended Des Moines University where he earned his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine. Following medical school, he obtained his residency training at the renowned Detroit Medical Center-Wayne State University. Ranked as the nation’s elite foot and ankle surgical residency program, he obtained extensive training in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, trauma, diabetic limb salvage and all other aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery.

Upon joining CVFA, Dr. Croff did his fellowship with Dr. Ben Wehrli specializing in ankle replacement and minimally invasive surgery. CVFA strives to lead their field with the most innovative techniques and excellent patient care in treating all aspects of podiatric medicine.

Dr. Croff grew up with a passion for sports and the outdoors. Being a family man he spends his free time doing any activity he can participate in with his two young boys. He shares his passion for sports and medicine by volunteering his time with the local high schools and a local semi pro team by providing medical care on the sidelines of football games throughout the fall.

Throughout his sporting experience and medical training, Dr. Croff understands the difficulties patients go through with foot and ankle pain, recovery from injuries and surgeries. He is compassionate with his patients as he works through the various stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery.