Tatyana Hamilton, D.P.M. grew up surrounded by doctors. Her parents, aunt and great-aunt were all physicians. She watched them help their patients and she knew she wanted to do that too. As a girl, Dr. Hamilton was a ballerina and suffered multiple ankle injuries. Understanding how curing foot problems can positively impact a person’s life led her to podiatry.
Dr. Hamilton sees patients of all ages for general podiatry conditions, as well as foot and ankle surgery. She is specially trained in trauma and charcot reconstruction. She wants her patients to know that they are surrounded by people who genuinely care about their wellbeing. Recognizing that surgery is not always the answer.
Dr. Hamilton likes to give her patients options, working with them to create a personalized treatment plan. She encourages everyone to actively engage in their wellbeing, taking responsibility for their health.
Dr Hamilton has served on the state board for the Southern Ohio Academy of Podiatry and, in 2019, was vice president. She and her husband love to travel and play trivia. They have enjoyed exploring the Cincinnati area and learning about the history. She also leads an active lifestyle and likes working out.