About Dr. McConn

Tim McConn, DPM - fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon in the state of Oklahoma - delivers exceptional services to people living in or near the areas of Midtown Tulsa, South Tulsa, and Owasso, Oklahoma. 

Dr. McConn specializes in using minimally invasive techniques like arthroscopy to treat patients suffering from foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions. He employs the most up-to-date technologies, including the ArthroBrostrom® minimally invasive ankle instability repair and the Subchondroplasty® Procedure for chronic heel pain as well as other conditions leading to bone swelling. These modern approaches aid patient recovery and enable his patients to return to their daily activities far more quickly.

Dr. McConn was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and graduated from Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa in 2003. In 2006, Dr. McConn received his bachelor's degree from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, where he also played baseball. His participation in sports sparked an interest in medicine, and having found his calling, Dr. McConn earned his medical degree at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois. 

After graduating in 2015, he completed his surgical residency (West Penn) with Allegheny Health System in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which he completed in 2018. Directly after his residency training, Dr. McConn was accepted into one of the preeminent foot and ankle fellowships specializing in sports medicine and reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at Weil Foot, Ankle, and Orthopedic Institute in Chicago, which he completed in 2019. He continues to be involved with the educational aspect of the practice. He is published in the Achilles tendon, ankle arthroscopy, and forefoot reconstruction. He also is involved with lecturing and labs both locally and nationally.

Dr. McConn's expertise in foot and ankle surgery enables him to successfully treat patients with a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, Achilles tendon injuries, heel pain, fractures, bunions, and ankle pain. 

His personal experience of sustaining athletic injuries, some requiring surgery, enables him to empathize with his patients and help them make informed decisions about their care. These experiences give him an invaluable insight into the feelings and concerns of patients who are facing important decisions about their health.

Call Tim McConn, DPM, today to take advantage of his exceptional podiatric skills, or book an appointment online. 

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Tim McConn, DPM

Tim McConn, DPM - fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon in the state of Oklahoma - delivers exceptional services to people living in or near the areas of Midtown Tulsa, South Tulsa, and Owasso, Oklahoma. 

Dr. McConn specializes in using minimally invasive techniques like arthroscopy to treat patients suffering from foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions. He employs the most up-to-date technologies, including the ArthroBrostrom® minimally invasive ankle instability repair and the Subchondroplasty® Procedure for chronic heel pain as well as other conditions leading to bone swelling. These modern approaches aid patient recovery and enable his patients to return to their daily activities far more quickly.

Dr. McConn was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and graduated from Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa in 2003. In 2006, Dr. McConn received his bachelor's degree from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, where he also played baseball. His participation in sports sparked an interest in medicine, and having found his calling, Dr. McConn earned his medical degree at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois. 

After graduating in 2015, he completed his surgical residency (West Penn) with Allegheny Health System in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which he completed in 2018. Directly after his residency training, Dr. McConn was accepted into one of the preeminent foot and ankle fellowships specializing in sports medicine and reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at Weil Foot, Ankle, and Orthopedic Institute in Chicago, which he completed in 2019. He continues to be involved with the educational aspect of the practice. He is published in the Achilles tendon, ankle arthroscopy, and forefoot reconstruction. He also is involved with lecturing and labs both locally and nationally.

Dr. McConn's expertise in foot and ankle surgery enables him to successfully treat patients with a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, Achilles tendon injuries, heel pain, fractures, bunions, and ankle pain. 

His personal experience of sustaining athletic injuries, some requiring surgery, enables him to empathize with his patients and help them make informed decisions about their care. These experiences give him an invaluable insight into the feelings and concerns of patients who are facing important decisions about their health.

Call Tim McConn, DPM, today to take advantage of his exceptional podiatric skills, or book an appointment online. 


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Uses modern techniques to get patients back to their quality of life in an efficient and safe manner.

 


Fellowship-trained Foot & Ankle Surgeon

 

Personal experience with athletic injuries in sports makes it easy for him to relate to his patients

 

 

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1st place in overall manuscripts at the ACFAS National Conference

Ankle Fusion Surgery

Ankle fusion surgery may be indicated for patients with post-traumatic arthritis (associated with prior injury) or due to ongoing ankle instability (repeat ankle sprains) that ultimately lead to arthritis of the ankle joint.

Expert of the Achilles Tendon

In the last year and a half, I have been fortunate to publish on the Achilles tendon not once, but TWICE. I would like to share with you these publications, common problems we see with the Achilles tendon, and why I'm able to get patients BETTER.

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