Podiatrist in Pleasant View, TN

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Cutting Edge Foot and Ankle Clinic fixes all kinds of foot and ankle problems, from painful acute problems like ingrown toenails, fractures, sprains, plantar fasciitis, and plantar warts, to treatment of toenail fungus, as well as surgical treatment of bunions and hammertoes. We love (fixing) feet! Make an appointment today!

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Cutting Edge Foot and Ankle Clinic

Foot and Ankle Related Conditions

People often unexpectedly find themselves on the receiving end of some awful foot and ankle pain but they don't know who to turn to. We offer help with everything from a minor sprain to intense injuries.

Skin Conditions

There are plenty of common skin conditions out there. From diabetic foot care to ingrown toenails, we've got you covered. All your foot skin problems are over. Read More

Heel Pain

Plantar warts often fly under the radar, but they need proper care as well. They can often be painful and cause a lot of mental discomfort, so it's important to get them properly cared for and ensure they won't be returning.

Plantar Warts

Plantar warts often fly under the radar, but they need proper care as well. They can often be painful and cause a lot of mental discomfort, so it's important to get them properly cared for and ensure they won't be returning.


If you are experiencing any foot-ankle pain don’t wait; schedule an orthopedic consultation today for the best chance at a full recovery!

Olivia Calvert, PA-C

Olivia Calvert is an NCCPA board certified Physician Assistant. She was born and raised in Shelbyville,Tennessee. She completed her undergraduate degree at Austin Peay State University with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Chemistry.
Olivia obtained her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Bethel University in Paris, Tennessee. She performed clinical rotations in 11 different clinical specialties, focusing on orthopedics.
Olivia is passionate about providing quality care to patients. She works to ensure that all patients feel comfortable and heard. Olivia currently provides foot and ankle care for individuals in the clinic, hospital, prison system, as well as assisted/independent living communities and long-term care facilities throughout Nashville and the state of Tennessee.
In her spare time, Olivia enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching the Tennessee Titans, cooking, playing basketball, and exploring Nashville.

Dr. Yerusalem Lanier

Driven by the positive impact that she has on her patients, Dr. Yerusalem Lanier is healing the world one step at a time by relieving pain, improving function, treating infections, and preventing life-threatening complications in the field of Podiatry. After all, if our bodies are temples, they must stand on solid foundations. Dr. Lanier has devoted her life’s work to ensuring the health and wellness of the foot and ankle and has grown into a leader in her field, operating four locations.

Dr. Lanier’s love for people is what initially inspired her to pursue her profession and what continues to keep her interested in it. This love was sparked by her parents’ struggles with foot ailments like gout and diabetes, which ignited her passion for helping others.

Dr. Lanier completed undergraduate studies in Nashville at Fisk University. She graduated from Kent State Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, then progressed to residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at St. Vincent Hospital outside Boston in Worcester, MA. After completing this specialty training, she moved back to Nashville and opened Cutting Edge Foot and Ankle Clinic. Dr. Lanier is excited to be adding an additional location in the near future, for a grand total of five locations from which to serve those in need of care. “Our patients often make long drives to get to us, which is why we’re excited our multiple locations are making it less of a chore for more and more in the Nashville area. Our Brentwood expansion makes it so much easier for our patients from the south side to get in to see us!”

Dr. Yerusalem Lanier continues to amaze us as one of the frontrunners of podiatric medicine, and we celebrate alongside her as she was recently honored as Nashville’s “Three Best Rated” in the field of Podiatry. There is no doubt that she is on the cutting edge of her field and we can’t wait to see what’s next!

Dr. David Farnen

Dr. David Farnen is originally from Southern California but has been a Nashville native for several years. Dr. Farnen completed his B.S. in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Irvine, and obtained his doctorate degree from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science / Chicago Medical School in Chicago, Illinois. He then completed his surgical residency training at Eastern Virginia Medical School together with the Sentara Hospital healthcare system. Dr. Farnen has a strong enthusiasm and commitment to research. During his medical training, he was awarded an NIH grant to conduct research in the field of diabetes and peripheral neuropathy on effects on the foot and ankle.

Dr. Farnen is a board-qualified foot and ankle surgeon by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine with a subspecialty in limb salvage, wound care, and hyperbaric oxygen therapies. He specializes in all aspects, both surgical and non-surgical foot and ankle care. He has a passion for dermatological pathologies, diabetic foot care, wound care, and cutting-edge technologies (no pun intended) in foot and ankle care. Dr. Farnen is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.


What Is Minimal Invasive Surgery?

Minimally invasive surgery is done to cause as little strain on the body as possible. It’s done through a small cut that often doesn’t even need stitches. Podiatrists will use special devices and precision instruments to make sure the wound is absolutely minimal.

The Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery.

• Minor surgical scars.

• A quicker return to work and regular activities; shorter hospital stays.

• Less blood loss during surgery.

• Surgery takes less time.

• Less pain afterward.

• There is a lower chance of getting an infection.

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