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Wheat Ridge Clinic • 3555 N Lutheran Pkwy Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Lakewood Clinic • 255 Union Blvd Lakewood, CO 80228

Call Us! 303.422.6043 (Wheat Ridge) · 303.985.1212 (Lakewood)
Fax 303.422.0551 (Wheatridge) · 303-985-8498 (Lakewood)

  • Table Mountain is in the area of both offices and is on the NW side of Denver; it's in Golden where Dr. Valenti grew up.
  • Dr. Still performing surgery
  • Table Mountain Foot and Ankle Clinic proudly serves the Denver Metro Area.
  • Whether visiting our Lakewood or Wheat Ridge Clinic, our podiatrists and clinic staff provide excellent care.
  • Drs. Valenti and Still of Table Mountain Foot and Ankle Clinic
  • Our office staff are compassionate and engaged with your care as your podiatrists are.

Welcome to Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Clinic

Specializing in Primary & Surgical Care of the Foot & Ankle

If you are looking for a podiatrist in the Metro Denver area we have four podiatric physicians and two locations to serve you. Our two locations are in Wheat Ridge and Lakewood.

Mission Statement

The goal of Table Mountain Foot and Ankle Clinic is to provide timely and compassionate care leading to improved experiences in foot and ankle healthcare.

Foot and ankle pain is not normal

Many common foot problems are easily treatable. The foot and ankle are the most neglected parts of our bodies. Over a lifetime they endure an incredible amount of abuse. Our office has advanced diagnostic modalities and treatment plans. Compassionate care in a friendly environment is our primary concern.

Advanced Medical Care

Whether your foot and ankle problem is old or new, simple or complex, let us relieve your pain. If you have diabetes you should see a podiatric physician regularly to prevent significant problems from arising. With offices in Wheat Ridge and Lakewood the physicians at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle offer the full range of care from conservative treatments to well planned surgery to get you pain free.

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Common Conditions and Treatments

Below are some common foot and ankle problems that we treat. Please click on any of the common problems to explore more information.




About Your Care

care1Podiatric physicians are the premiere specialists for medicine and surgery of the foot and ankle in the U.S. Podiatrists receive a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) from one of seven accredited podiatric medical schools in the country. Podiatric medical school is four years in length after one completes a science or pre-medical bachelor degree program. Podiatrists are defined as physicians and have the ability to prescribe pharmaceuticals and perform surgery. In the state of Colorado podiatrists are licensed and regulated by the department of regulatory agencies under physicians.

After completing podiatric medical school, podiatrists go through residency training in an accredited hospital. Residency programs range from two to three years. Residency programs focus on medicine and surgery of the foot and ankle in close relation with other physicians and resident physicians in orthopedics, family practice, internal medicine, infectious disease, endocrinology, emergency medicine, general, vascular and plastic surgery.

Podiatric physicians vary in the types of surgery they perform and care they provide. They often work closely with your primary care doctor to provide the best and most appropriate care possible for foot and ankle problems. The physicians at Table Mountain Foot and Ankle Clinic have certain areas that they treat often and have a special interest in. For example Dr. Valenti performs a high volume of bunion surgery and difficult foot and leg wounds. Dr. Still often treats nerve entrapments of the foot and ankle as well reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. Dr. Wetstine enjoys treating running and sports medicine injuries. All of the physicians at the clinic are very experienced in wound care and treatment of difficult wounds of the lower leg and foot.

The podiatric physicians at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Clinic all believe in a TEAM approach to healthcare. We believe that working with your primary care physician and other specialists in areas such as infectious disease, interventional cardiology, radiology, vascular and orthopedics are important to the care you receive at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Clinic. All of the physicians at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Clinic utilize advanced modalities and techniques in the office as well as surgery. Examples are use of skin substitutes and bioengineered tissue for difficult or chronic wounds. Musculoskeletal ultrasound and non-invasive vascular testing can be done in the office. Custom foot orthotics are used very often to help treat a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions.

As surgeons the physicians at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Clinic have privileges to perform surgery at a variety of facilities. Please see their bios on the site for the locations where they perform their surgeries.


Meet Your Doctors

The goal of your doctors is to provide you with the utmost compassion and attention in podiatric care.


About the Practice & Practice History

table-mountain-foot-and-ankle clinic-our-practiceDr. Valenti began working at the Wheat Ridge site of Allied Foot & Ankle Clinics in 1999. In 2007 he took over the practice from Allied Foot & Ankle and it was renamed Table Mountain Foot & Ankle. In August 2013 Dr. Wetstine joined the practice and in September 2013 Dr. Still joined the practice merging his nearby practice in Arvada and Golden. In January 2014 the Lakewood location of Allied Foot and Ankle Clinics was purchased by Table Mountain Foot and Ankle Clinic.


Accepted Insurance Plans


  • Aetna **If HMO will need a referral from PCP for office visit and xrays
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • HMO Colorado **Requires a referral from PCP
  • Humana (certain plans)
  • Cigna **some plans require a referral from PCP
    • Great West Cigna
  • Medicare (Regular and Railroad plans)
  • Medicare supplements plan (i.e. AARP, Banker’s Life, etc.)
  • Rocky Mountain HMO
  • Tricare (Standard and Tricare 4 Life)
  • United Healthcare
    • Medicare advantage plans: Primary Physician Partners, New West Physicians, Denver Metro Proprietary. **most plans require a referral from PCP
  • Self Pay patients (discounted rate)


We do not participate with HMO’s through the health reform website. Please verify that we are covered under your specific plan.

Patient Handouts


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Footnotes - Our Blog

Footnotes is a patient education blog written and updated every few months.


The Antibiotics Crisis

antibioticsOften patients will say “I don’t like to take antibiotics” or you hear stories about parents having certain religious or philosophical beliefs about their children taking antibiotics.  There are times in medicine when antibiotics are absolutely necessary and there are times when they are absolutely unnecessary.  As physicians, sometimes we have that delicate balance between doing a patient what we think is right cataract versus weight-bear strong opinions may be from knowledge gained from family members, coworkers or off the Internet. Some of this knowledge is in fact, incorrect.   However, without antibiotics modern medicine would not be possible.  The types of complex surgeries performed and treatment of devastating injuries from the workplace or on the battlefield would not be possible without antibiotics to “back us up”. Read more

Recommended Shoes

shoesNot all footwear is designed with the right amount of safety, comfort and stability for the best in healthy living. This article aims to highlight footwear brands and types that I recommend. Please take a look at the listings to help you decide on your next choice in footwear. Read more

Women’s Dress Shoes

heels2Even the sanest women can be shoe crazy – sometimes disturbingly vain about what they put on their feet to look good. Dr. Still recommends what makes a good looking women’s shoe safe and supportive. Read more

Winter Sports Health Tips

bootsProper ski boot fit

For ski boots movement inside the boot can contribute to problems. Movement can occur if the boots are too big, do not fit properly or the liner inside the boot has ‘packed out’. Movement of the foot inside the boot can compromise the foot-to-ski control. The foot can move inside the boot in a variety of ways. Some examples are heel movement upwards, pistoning inside the boot or side to side torque on the middle of the foot. Read more


Contact Us

We would love to be your choice in podiatric care.

Directions to our Practice

Wheatridge Clinic

3555 North Lutheran Parkway • Wheatridge, CO 80033 • 303.422.6043

Lakewood Clinic

255 Union Boulevard • Lakewood, CO 80228 • 303.985.1212