Sonia Simon, DPM

Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgeon

About Dr. Simon

Sonia Simon, DPM was born and raised in Dallas Texas, and received her bachelors of biology degree from The University of Texas at Arlington. She received her masters in biomedical science from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Simon became motivated to work in healthcare, having several family members who are devoted physicians.

Dr. Simon’s doctorate was earned in podiatric medicine and surgery at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, located in New York City. There she was involved in multiple organizations, holding various leadership positions. Being in school in New York, with clinical experience in Harlem, allowed her to see a gamut of pathologies while being exposed to a wide socioeconomic spectrum. There she realized the importance of clear communication and connecting with patients, being exposed to all of the situations people were in.

Her comprehensive 3-year foot and ankle surgical residency program was completed at St. Joseph Medical Center in Houston, where she received extensive surgical training in all aspects of the foot and ankle. She was involved in multiple research projects and presented at the American College of Foot and Ankle surgeons annual conference. Dr. Simon’s primary focus is in bunion treatment, hammer/claw toe, nerve-related care, heel pain, foot injuries, ingrown nails, fungal nails, routine diabetic care, wound care, ankle injuries, tendon injuries, skin conditions of the foot, and children’s foot care. All of those conditions make her the perfect addition to the physicians at Dallas Podiatry Works.

Dr. Simon’s association memberships include the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Texas Podiatric Medical Association.

Dr. Simon is married and with her husband she enjoys a wide array of what life has to offer: hiking, traveling, finding new restaurants and quality time with Maverick, her puppy. Dr. Simon is involved in her church and puts her heart into volunteering for those less fortunate through community foot screenings, food banks, clothing drives and more.


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