Kevin Morris, DPM
Kevin L. Morris, DPM, FACFAS, DABPS
Dr. Kevin Morris has practiced podiatry for 22 years in the Everett community and is certified with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He is a native of Washington, hailing from Snohomish. His undergraduate studies were completed in 1984 at Washington State University and he attended medical school at the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco. Dr. Morris served his residency in Orange County at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California.
Dr. Morris is a leader in the podiatry community, serving on the board of directors for the Washington State Podiatric Medical Association for over 12 years and serving as president of the organization from 2003 – 2005. Dr. Morris was awarded Washington State Podiatrist of the year in 2001, has served on the YMCA board and the American Diabetic Association board, and is proud to have been a Rotarian for 19 years. Dr. Morris served as the president of the downtown Everett Rotary Club from 2009-2010.
- American Board of Podiatric Surgery
- American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
- American Diabetic Foot and Ankle Surgeons
- American Podiatric Medical Association
- Washington State Podiatric Medical Association
More about Dr. Morris
Dr. Morris is an avid athlete and coach. He played NCAA Division 1 football for Washington State University, including a trip to the Holiday Bowl in 1981. These days, when he’s not cycling, hiking or hunting, he volunteers his time with the Snohomish Basketball Association and is a head coach in the Snohomish Junior Valley Football Association. Indeed, the entire Morris family enjoys participating in a variety of athletic activities; daughter Kelsey is a Division 1 gymnast at Boise State University, and son Mitchell is active in multiple school sports.
Dr. Morris has embraced the concept of staying healthy and active in his practice as well as his personal life. “Fitness and exercise leads to better management of the mind and body,” says Dr. Morris. “Medical conditions such as obesity, Hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, as well as stress, anxiety and depression can be improved with exercise.”
If you are struggling with foot or ankle pain, and find it difficult to exercise, Dr. Morris can help. “Many patients describe frustration and limitation by foot pain when they increase their activity level. My goal is to evaluate the patient’s functional status and help the patient develop a long term solution to treat and prevent the root causes of their foot pain.”