Elizabeth B. Daughtry, DPM

SPECIALIZING IN: foot and ankle surgery, open reduction and management of foot and ankle fractures, diabetic limb salvage, elective forefoot and rearfoot reconstruction, management of in-house patients with vast medical issues, and emergency room foot and ankle trauma.

Personal Info

Dr. Elizabeth B. Daughtry is married with one child. When not caring for people’s feet, she spends her time with family and watching her musician husband perform live at various locations.


Diplomate, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
North Carolina Podiatric License
NBPME Parts I, II, and III


BS, Biology, Minors in Chemistry and Psychology, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA


Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC


Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons - resident member

American Podiatric Medical Association)

North Carolina Foot and Ankle Society

Triangle Zone Chair

American Association of Women Podiatrists ?Conference Chair - 2014 AAWP Scientific Conference and 2018 AAWP Scientific Conference

Harnett County Medical and Dental Society

Symposium ?Voting member of APMSA House of Delegates
Student National Podiatric Medical Association

American Diabetes Association - student chapter

American Association of Women Podiatrists ?Conference Chair - 2014 AAWP Scientific Conference and 2018 AAWP Scientific Conference


Betsy Johnson Regional Hospital 
Central Harnett Hospital 
Sampson Regional Medical Center

Professional Experience

June 2015 – present – Podiatric Surgeon with InStride Piedmont Foot & Ankle Clinic

August 2007 – June 2015 - Podiatric Surgeon, President and Sole owner Dunn Foot and Ankle Center, PA, Dunn, NC
Work in private office, perform hospital consults, and surgery

July 06 - July 07 - Podiatric Surgeon with Coastal Carolina Foot and Ankle Care, New Bern, NC
Worked in private office setting performing general and surgical aspects of podiatry as well as hospital consults

Summer 2000 - Orientation Coordinator, Philadelphia, PA, Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine Student Affairs Office
Planned and coordinated all activities for the incoming class of 2004

1998 - 1999 - Sterilization Technician/Surgical Assistant, Raleigh, NC, Raleigh Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Maintained aseptic technique and assisted in surgical cases


"A Case Report on Desyndactylization" Residency Research Project 2005-2006 with Dr. Stuart Sibel

"Diabetes Watch: Key Considerations For Utilizing Silver Dressings" Publication in Podiatry Today with Dr. Chad Friedman and Dr. John Steinberg

"Integra: A Valid Treatment Option for Chronic Wounds in the Lower Extremity" Second place award in the Scientific Format of the ACFAS Student Chapter Category of the Scientific Conference Poster Exhibit Competition in Las Vegas, NV on March 20-24, 2006.