Dr. Truong, Thong D.P.M

Thong V. Truong, DPM is a highly trained and credentialed podiatric physician and surgeon who has been in practice for more than 27 years.
Dr. Truong earned his Bachelor of Science in 1991 from the University of California in Los Angeles. He then attended the California College of Podiatric in Oakland, graduating with a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine in 1995. This was followed by a postgraduate residency at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Truong was specifically and extensively educated in the diagnosis and treatment of the foot and ankle, such as bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, diabetic foot care and more.
Dr. Truong is board certified with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.
When he is not helping his patients, Dr. Truong enjoys spending time with family.


Dr. Truong is available to treat foot and ankle ailments such as diabetic foot care, ingrown toenails, fungal toenails, warts and painful calluses. Our practice specializes in general foot care. Please call (530) 934-1832 for an appointment.

Common foot problems treated by Dr. Truong include:

Ankle Sprains
Ankle sprains are very common injuries with more than 3 million suffered each year in the US. They occur when the ligaments in the ankle are severely stretched or torn. Medical attention will be necessary to rule out a fracture, as often it is difficult to tell the full extent of the injury.
A bunion is a bone deformity usually occurring at the base of the big toe. This is a progressive condition that is made worse by inward pressure from tight shoes. Bunions can be very painful, and in some instances surgery may be necessary to remove them.
Flat Feet
Flat feet is a condition where the entire, or nearly entire, bottom of the foot meets the ground when standing. Depending on the severity, symptoms of flat feet can range from severe pain to non-existent.
Hammertoe is a characterized by one or more of the toes having a bend in the middle joint. This occurs because of weakening of the muscle due to poorly fitted shoes or a genetically inherited trait.
Diabetes and Your Feet
Diabetes is a systemic illness that can affect many different parts of the body. This is especially true for the feet. Proper foot screening is incredibly important for diabetic patients and any kind of cut or sore should be taken very seriously.
Heel Spurs
A heel spur is a bony protrusion that occurs on the heel. It is often confused with plantar fasciitis, which is inflammation of the plantar fascia ligament. When a heel spur is painful it can make it quite difficult to walk.
Corns and calluses are hard layers of skin that usually form due to friction. Generally, they will be in areas of the foot that are bearing weight, or areas that frequently rub against the shoe. Soft corns are typically found between the toes.
Athlete’s Foot
Athlete’s foot is a very common fungal infection that affects countless people around the world. It will manifest itself on the skin of the foot, in many cases in between the toes. Because fungi proliferate in warm, damp environments, keeping the feet clean and dry is of utmost importance in avoiding athlete’s foot.

We recommend that you seek professional care when any of these signs appear: