Jeffrey P. Holmes, DPM
SpecialtyFoot & Ankle Surgeon
Medical SchoolMidwestern University
ResidencyInova Fairfax Hospital
FellowshipThe CORE Institute
Jeffrey P. Holmes, DPM is a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon specializing in advanced foot and ankle reconstruction, sports medicine, total ankle replacements, trauma, limb salvage, and pediatrics.
Dr. Holmes completed his fellowship training at The CORE Institute in Arizona. Through this extensive year of training, he performed over 1000 cases strictly foot and ankle related. There was a large emphasis on total ankle replacements, trauma, forefoot/rearfoot reconstruction, and limb salvage. He received his certification for total ankle replacements in the STAR, Inbone/Infinity, and Zimmer systems.
Dr. Holmes completed his residency at INOVA Fairfax Hospital Podiatric Residency Program in Virginia, where he served as Chief Resident. INOVA is a renown residency in the profession which it has produced many foot and ankle surgeons who have lead/continue to lead the profession. During his residency, Dr. Holmes’s training emphasized a great deal of time in trauma, forefoot/rearfoot reconstruction, plastic surgery, and limb salvage. He was involved in unique rotations of orthopedic/general trauma, plastic surgery, vascular surgery, infectious disease, and orthopedic oncology. He also served as Chief Resident at Georgetown Limb Salvage Service where he worked with renown plastic surgeon Dr. Chris Attinger.
Dr. Holmes received his medical degree from Midwestern University, where he was elected class body vice president. He started his undergraduate studies at Snow College where he received a scholarship to play football. After two years at Snow College, he transferred to the University of Utah. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Exercise Science. While completing his undergraduate studies, he received numerous scholarships, including PICA Academic Scholarship, University of Utah Presidential Scholarship, and University of Utah Academic Scholarship.
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Research & Experience
Derner, R., Holmes, J. Jones Tendon Transfer. Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Publication date for late 2015
Holmes, J., Derner, R. Cavovarus Surgery: Techniques and pitfalls. Chapter 23 for orthopedic knowledge. Publication date for 2017
Holmes, Jeff. Pyoderma Gangrenosum: A new treatment algorithm. Poster presentation at ACFAS Conference 2015.
Scott, RT. McAlister, JE. Holmes, J: Pilon Fracture: Techniques and Pearls. ACFAS eBooks.
Holmes, J. McAlister, JE. Correction of lesser MTP transverse plane with a unique metatarsal osteotomy. Podiatry Today. Publication date for 2017