Dr. Christina Pratt is an ABFAS Board Qualified foot and ankle surgeon with comprehensive training in both forefoot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery.
Dr. Pratt received her undergraduate degree from John Carroll University and thereafter obtained a Master’s degree in Medical Ethics from Case Western Reserve University. She earned her medical degree at the California School of Podiatric Medicine in Oakland, California, where she served as the school’s national delegate to the American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association. Dr. Pratt’s three-year surgical residency was completed at The Cleveland Clinic, Mercy Health and Akron General Hospitals.This training was comprehensive in podiatric medicine and surgery, with additional training in reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. Dr. Pratt served as Chief Resident in her third year and was actively involved throughout her training with the Northern Ohio Foot & Ankle Foundation.
After serving her alma mater as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Podiatric Surgery at the California School of Podiatric Medicine and as a staff physician at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California, Dr. Pratt returned to her hometown to join Balance Foot & Ankle. Her primary surgical interests lie in correction and reconstruction of forefoot deformity, including correction of bunions and digital deformities with minimally-invasive techniques. Clinically, Dr. Pratt takes a proactive approach to patient care with an understanding that the well-being of her patients involves a holistic approach to their foot and ankle concerns.
Outside of clinical and surgical practice, Dr. Pratt enjoys experiencing the revival of the downtown Cleveland area where she currently resides, as well as taking regular cycling classes and involving her yorkie, Polly, on walks to discover the best local coffee shops.