“My goal is to help patients with a personal treatment plan based on their abilities and time constraints.”
Dr. Waverly is a fellowship-trained podiatrist/foot and ankle physician providing comprehensive foot and ankle care with an extensive background in non-surgical and surgical treatment.
Language(s) - English
As a native of Beaverton, Oregon, Brett Waverly, DPM, has returned west and is proud to call Corvallis home. He earned his bachelor’s of science from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA. He then completed residency training at Regions Hospital in St Paul, MN, a level I trauma center and a teaching affiliate of the University of Minnesota. There he focused on lower extremity trauma, foot and ankle reconstruction, and various elective procedures in arthritis, arthroscopy, bunions, flatfoot deformity, and hammertoes. He served as Chief Resident in his final year of residency training. Following residency, he pursued a fellowship in advanced foot and ankle reconstruction and research at Weil Foot and Ankle Institute under world-renowned foot and ankle surgeons.
Dr. Waverly comes to The Corvallis Clinic from Virginia, where he was the primary provider for all foot and ankle pathology in a private orthopedic group. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers and participates in patient-focused research on the foot and ankle. He has lectured on various topics on a regional and national level.
Dr. Waverly is a firm believer in educating patients on their condition and giving them the needed information to make informed medical decisions about their care and treatment plan. Patients describe him as kind, personable, attentive, and professional. He enjoys treating all podiatric conditions from ingrown nails, warts, plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammertoes, sports injuries to complex foot and ankle pathology. He strives to provide patients with treatment options to meet their desired lifestyle and therapy goals, focusing on early motion and rehabilitation.
Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Stefanie, and dog, Surly. He spends as much time outside as possible. He is likely found at the farmers market or other various community events, hiking, gardening, mountain biking, or a local restaurant or food truck.
Weil Foot and Ankle Institute, Advanced Foot and Ankle Reconstruction and Research, Des Plaines, IL, 2016-2017
Regions Hospital/HealthPartners Institute for Education and Research, Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, St Paul, MN, 2013-2016
Western University of Health Sciences - College of Podiatric Medicine, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Pomona, CA, 2013; California Lutheran University, Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minors in Chemistry and Psychology, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2008
Foot and Ankle Surgeon/Podiatrist, The Corvallis Clinic, 2020-Current; Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Orthopedic Specialty Clinic, Ltd, Fredericksburg, VA, 2017-2020; Foot and Ankle Surgeon/Podiatrist, Weil Foot and Ankle Institute, Des Plaines, IL, 2016-2017
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Fleischer AE, Hshieh S, Crews RT, Waverly BJ, Jones JM, Klein EK, Weil Jr L, Weil LS. Does Second Metatarsal Length Correlate with Plantar Pressure Measurements Beneath the Second Metatarsophalangeal Joint During Walking. Foot and Ankle International. 39(5), 560-567. 2018.
Abben KW, Sorensen MD, Waverly BJ. Immediate Weightbearing after First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Arthrodesis with Screw and Locking Plate Fixation: A Retrospective Review. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(4), 771-775. 2018.
Waverly BJ, Sorensen MD, Sorensen TK. Early Weight Bearing Protocol in Operative Fixation of Acute Jones Fractures. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(3), 489-493. 2018.
Albright RH, Waverly BJ, Fleischer AE, Klein EE, Weil, Jr L, Weil LS. Percutaneous Kirschner Wire versus Commercial Implant for Hammertoe Repair: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. J Foot Ankle Surg. 57(2), 332-338. 2018.
Boffeli TJ, Waverly BJ. The Utility of the Long Leg Axial View in Varus and Valgus Deformity: Case Series. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(5), 1043-1051. 2016.
Boffeli TJ, Thompson JC, Waverly BJ, Pfannenstein RR, and Mahoney KJ. Incidence and Clinical Significance of Heterotopic Ossification After Partial Ray Resection. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(4), 714-719. 2016.
Boffeli, TJ, Waverly, BJ. Medial and Lateral Plantar Artery Angiosome Rotational Flaps for Transmetatarsal and Lisfranc Amputation in Patients with Compromised Plantar Tissue. J Foot Ankle Surg. 55(2), 351-361. 2016.
Baca JM, Sorensen MD, Waverly BJ. Outcomes of Early Weight Bearing in Isolated Fibula Fractures. Submitted for publication to Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery.
Chapters in Textbook
Haller, SE, Waverly, BJ, Weil Jr, L: The Scarf Procedure and The Rotational Scarf Procedure. In Dayton, P. (ed): Hallux Valgus Deformity. New York, Springer, 2017.
Boffeli, TJ, Waverly, BJ: Transmetatarsal and Lisfranc Amputation. In Boffeli, T. (ed): Osteomyelitis of the Foot and Ankle: Medical and Surgical Management. New York, Springer, 2015.
Waverly BJ, Haller SE, and Weil Jr. L. Point-Counterpoint: Is First Ray Hypermobility A Myth Or Reality With Hallux Valgus? Podiatry Today. 2017; 30(9): 50-53.
Waverly BJ. “Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy for Sinus Tarsi Syndrome and Impingement Lesions.” Minnesota Podiatric Physician. Fall 2015/Winter 2016.
Waverly BJ. “Decision Making for Syndesmotic Fixation: Screw versus Endobutton Fixation.” Minnesota Podiatric Physician. Spring 2015.
Waverly BJ, Satterfield VK. How to Address Onychomycosis in Patients with Diabetes. Podiatry Today. 2012; 25(3): 76-80.
Research in Progress
Waverly BJ, Boffeli TJ. In Situ Rearfoot Arthrodesis for Neglected Congenital Vertical Talus. Submitted for publication to Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery.
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