Gary J. Millward, D.P.M.


Undergraduate: Brigham Young University
Medical School: California College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco
Residency: 2-year Foot and Ankle Surgery, Western Medical Centers, Orange County, California
Specialty: Diabetes Education/Foot Care, Reconstructive Foot Surgery

American Board Certified in Podiatric Surgery. (www.abps.org )

Dr. Millward has been practicing Podiatry since 1991. He is past president of the Idaho American Diabetes Association, the Idaho Podiatric Medical Association, and the Northwest American Diabetes Association Regional Board. Additionally, he runs the foot clinic at the Veterans Administration in Boise, Idaho.

He enjoys teaching at the BSU School of Nursing, and speaks regularly on a variety of foot-related topics for the Southwest District Health Department.

A dedicated family man, Dr. Millward is married and has six wonderful children. In his spare time he enjoys reading, swimming, and running. He has participated in triathalons, and sometimes even finishes!


Scott A. Graviet, D.P.M.


Undergraduate: Brigham Young University
Medical School: California College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco
Residency: 3-year Foot and Ankle Surgery, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Vallejo, California
Specialty: General Podiatry, Podopediatrics, Reconstructive Foot Surgery

American Board Certified in Podiatric Surgery. (www.abps.org )

Doctor Graviet enjoys working with kids. He realizes that seemingly minor problems can be quite intimidating to young people. Patience, understanding, and skill are required to make a visit to the doctor as pleasant as possible.

Dr. Graviet lists spending hours exploring Idaho's backcountry on his motorcycle and restoring his Toyota Landcruiser as primary areas of interest outside of the practice. Whether navigating one of Idaho's many trails, or a simple game of tag with one of his five children, it is the appreciation of his own family's ability to be active that pushes Dr. Graviet to help his patients toward a resumed level of greater mobility.

 

Clinton Clark, D.P.M.


Undergraduate: Boise State University
Medical School: Temple University, College of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 1982 - 1986
Internship / Residency: Metropolitan hospital Podiatric Surgical Residency, 1987 - 1988. Philadelphia, PA.
Board Certification: American Board of Podiatric Surgery and American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Medicine
Additional Clinical Training: Joslin Clinic and Harvard Medical College, Diabetic Limb Salvage Program, Boston, MA 1986
Faculty Positions: University of Hawaii, John A. Burns College of Medicine, Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, 1996 - 2006, Honolulu, HI
Program: Director and Clinic Instructor, HealthSouth Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship 2002 - 2004, Honolulu, HI

In his spare time, Dr. Clark enjoys golf and snow skiing. However, most of his moments away from the Podiatry Center, are devoted to the active lifestyle his wife and 2 children enjoy. And, it's through those family activities, that Dr. Clark can truly appreciate the challenge his patients can sometime experience being immobile. That's why Dr. Clark has dedicated his professional life, to increasing patient's mobility.