Dr. Anna K. Weber
Dr. Anna Weber is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. Upon receiving her doctorate in podiatric medicine, she moved to Colorado and completed three years of residency training in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. A highlight of her residency and early career, Dr. Weber volunteered for several years on annual medical mission trips to El Salvador, where she and a team of surgeons treated children with severe foot and ankle deformities. She also received personalized training in Iowa with renowned orthopedist Dr. Ignacio Ponseti and utilizes his casting technique for the treatment of pediatric clubfoot.
Dr. Weber began her professional career in Chicago, where she worked for the Weil Foot and Ankle Institute. In 2011, she returned to Colorado and joined the medical staff at Rose Medical Center. Dr. Weber’s training and experiences have led her to appreciate all aspects of foot and ankle care. She enjoys sports medicine, pediatrics, surgical and non-surgical approaches to common foot and ankle conditions, and diabetic limb salvage. Above all, she strives to provide compassionate care by getting to know her patients, listening to their concerns, and engaging them in their treatment choices.
When she is not practicing medicine, Dr. Weber enjoys being a mother to two girls, a boy, and a dog. A former marathoner, she now prefers more leisurely outdoor adventures. She and her husband enjoy skiing, hiking, biking, camping, and traveling with their kids.