Trinity Hospital Alert – Early in the evening on March 22, a fire of unknown origin broke out at the construction site of the new Trinity Health medical campus in southwest Minot. We have confirmed there were no injuries. Please continue to avoid the area so emergency crews can do their work. We expect fire investigators to be at the site through next week at least, and will share updates as we receive them. Many thanks to local fire and law enforcement officials for their response and for keeping the community safe.

Aaron Albers, DPM

A Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Aaron Albers, DPM, provides surgical and nonsurgical treatment for the full range of foot and ankle disorders, including sports injuries, structural abnormalities, diabetic foot, and nerve disorders.  A Texas native with family roots in North Dakota, Dr. Albers earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) from Barry University, Miami, and completed his residency in podiatric surgery at Kingwood Medical Center in Houston, where he focused on foot and ankle surgery, reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery, trauma and sports injuries, diabetic foot management, and limb salvage/wound care.  He’s a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and American Podiatric Medical Association.

  • Conservative and surgical management of foot and ankle disorders
  • Biomechanical assessment and treatment
  • Sports medicine
  • Diabetic/high-risk care
  • Reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery
  • Limb salvage/wound care
Podiatry (Foot & Ankle)

A podiatrist deals with issues involving foot, ankle, and lower leg disorders.

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