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Jacqueline Truong, DPM, MPH

Assistant Professor, Podiatric Medicine, Surgery & Biomechanics, College of Podiatric Medicine

College of Podiatric Medicine

E-Mail: jbtruong@westernu.edu

Phone: 909-706-3907 | Fax: 909-706-3500
Website: www.westernu.edu


Dr. Jacqueline Truong is one of the many talented Podiatric Surgeons at the Western University Foot and Ankle Center. After training in research design and earning a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University, she went on to earn a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago.

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine - Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, North Chicago, IL

Master of Public Health - Columbia University, New York, NY

Bachelor of Science, Microbiology - University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN


Education Experience

She completed her 3-year residency in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at the Cambridge Health Alliance, the teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.


Residency - Podiatric Medicine and Surgery  - Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA



Board Qualified: Foot Surgery - American Board of Podiatric Surgery

Board Qualified: Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery - American Board of Podiatric Surgery


Research Interest

Dr. Truong treats all aspects of pediatric and adult foot and ankle conditions. She has extensive training in flatfoot and high arch foot reconstruction, congenital foot deformity repair, arthroscopic surgery, sport-related injuries, trauma, internal and external fixation, lower extremity plastic surgery and limb salvage. Her personal interest in public health reflects in her practice of medicine and her continuing research on complications related to common foot and ankle conditions.


Dr. Truong is an active member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, and American Public Health Association.


Originally from Minnesota, Dr. Truong enjoys staying active with swimming, hiking, and aerobics. She also enjoys traveling and hopes to eventually visit all 58 National Parks. Her personal skills include speaking Vietnamese and French.