Dan E. Robinson, DPM*


Specialty: Podiatry & Orthopedics—Foot & Ankle Surgeon
Board Certifications: Double Board Certified in Foot Surgery and in Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery (by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery).

We are proud to have certified podiatrist Dan E. Robinson, DPM, MHA, as a part of our medical staff. Dr. Robinson specializes in the evaluation and treatment of foot and ankle conditions and is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.

Before podiatric school, Dr. Robinson thought of becoming an accountant or physical therapist. However, his career aspirations took another turn after his wife suffered a broken foot. The positive experience they had with her podiatrist helped him make the decision to become one himself.

After completing an undergraduate degree at Idaho State University, Dr. Robinson went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Health Administration from Des Moines University in Iowa, and then became a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. After podiatric school, he completed a three year residency in podiatric medicine and surgery.

Dr. Robinson enjoys his field of work because of the variety of conditions that can be present when dealing with the foot and ankle. “It seems that if your feet or ankles hurt, it can affect your entire body,” says Dr. Robinson.

With the belief that every patient has individual needs, Dr. Robinson strives to treat patients the way he likes to be treated. The sense of accomplishment that comes from his work as a foot and ankle specialist is very gratifying – knowing that he made someone feel better.

Heel pain, foot pain, bunions, hammertoes and other foot deformities are just some of the conditions that Dr. Robinson can improve. He also helps diabetic patients to control foot pain and eliminate future problems, which sometimes lead to amputation.

When Dr. Robinson is not working, he enjoys golfing, fly fishing, and spending time with friends and his active family.

Dr. Robinson is welcoming patients to his offices in Blackfoot, Idaho Falls, and Pocatello. 

*This provider proudly participates in the Bingham Direct Program.


During this “Be Informed” webinar episode, Dr. Dan Robinson, podiatrist and foot & ankle surgeon, talks about his specialties and answers Idahoan’s questions about common feet and ankle problems.

Please note that while a Bingham healthcare provider is responding to the questions in this webinar, this information is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for an in-person, professional medical consultation. Always seek the advice of your physician, or schedule an appointment with this Bingham healthcare provider, to fully address any questions you may have about a medical condition, and prior to starting any new treatment(s). An in-person visit will allow a doctor to examine you and make an accurate diagnosis.



  • "Be Informed" with Dr. Dan Robinson
    June 24, 2020

    During this “Be Informed” webinar episode, Dr. Dan Robinson, podiatrist and foot & ankle surgeon, talks about his specialties and answers Idahoan’s questions about common fee...

  • Watch Your Step
    January 07, 2022

    Walking this time of year can be dangerous due to snow and ice. Dr. Dan Robinson shares some of the most common causes of a broken ankle and offers sound advice for being cau...

  • Diabetes Foot Care
    November 08, 2018

    November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. An often overlooked area of the body that having diabetes can affect is the feet.

  • Happy Feet are Healthy Feet
    April 25, 2022

    Since April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, what better time to show a little love & respect for a body part many take for granted. Dr. Dan Robinson provides some ad...

  • Choosing the Right Shoe
    October 12, 2011

    Only a small percentage of the population is born with foot problems. Most often, it’s neglect or a lack of proper foot care - including ill-fitting shoes - that cause the pr...

  • The Problem with Running
    June 09, 2021

    If you love to run—great! But running can lead to injury. Here’s how to prevent and treat some of the most common running injuries.