Offering foot and ankle stem cell treatments in Phoenix and Scottsdale with an Award Winning, Compassionate Top Doc!


Dr. Richard Jacoby is a talented foot and ankle specialist and is the Medical Director of Extremity Health Centers. He has won the Phoenix Magazine Top Docs Award 4 separate times over the last 10 years, showing both his dedication to patient care along with foot and ankle expertise as a leading Scottsdale Podiatrist. When the magazine asked Dr. Jacoby why he picked foot and ankle to specialize in, he joked, “I flunked knees.”

Dr. Jacoby constantly looks for ways to help his patients as a leading national and Phoenix podiatrist. He is an expert in regenerative medicine procedures with stem cell therapy for the foot and ankle along with laser treatments. In the last two years he has treated over a hundred patients successfully with amniotic derived stem cell therapy for a number of painful conditions.

“A lot of foot and ankle problems benefit from the comprehensive options we have at the office, such as Lasers for soft tissue injuries and arthritis pain. The stem cell rich injections are turning out to be cutting edge and the results are amazing. I’m constantly looking for ways to benefit my patients with better techniques, and it is very gratifying to see them get better. It’s why I do this,” said Jacoby.

His education included a degree in Chemistry from Villanova in 1965, while subsequently receiving his podiatry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine in 1969. Since receiving his Arizona State License in 1970, Dr. Jacoby has participated in and taught thousands of hours of Continuing Medical Education over the past few decades.

Dr. Jacoby is a past president of the Arizona Podiatry Association and the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons.

He is currently a member of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, American and Arizona Podiatry Association, and the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons.

Dr. Jacoby currently sees patients out of two Scottsdale offices. One is in the Old Town area, while the other is in North Scottsdale. Patients are seen from all over the Southwest!