Dr. Daniel T. Hall IV, DPM

Dr. Hall was raised in Newburgh, Indiana, a small town in rural Southern Indiana where compassion and care for one’s community was ingrained into his beliefs from a young age. He excelled in the classroom graduating from Castle High School with honors. He shined on the soccer field, but chose to pursue a career in medicine. Dr. Hall attended Indiana University on a pre-medical scholarship and graduated with distinction earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. Following completion of his undergraduate work, he secured a merit scholarship to attend the William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University where he earned his doctorate and graduated in the top 20% of his class.

He completed his residency training at the nationally recognized South Miami Hospital of Baptist Health in Miami, Florida where he served as chief resident and performed over 2,000 procedures. Dr. Hall is trained in numerous surgical techniques with an emphasis on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, including diabetic limb salvage with internal/external fixation and cosmetic foot surgery. Additionally, he learned various skin closure and skin grafting techniques to minimize scar visibility and accelerate wound healing under the direction of renowned plastic surgeons at South Miami Hospital.

Dr. Hall has developed a keen interest in diabetic foot care and limb salvage, and he has co-authored multiple publications in Podiatry Today andPodiatry Management on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery techniques and post-operative care in the diabetic population. He also served as a volunteer participant in the Yucatan Crippled Children’s Project (YCCP) co-sponsored by Barry University and the International Foot and Ankle Foundation in Merida, Mexico during which he earned valuable experience in pediatric foot and ankle deformity treatment and surgical correction. Dr. Hall also served as a surgical clinical course leader for the Miami-Dade College Physician Assistant program, discussing common foot and ankle injuries and participating in multiple suture workshops.

After the completion of his residency training, Dr. Hall co-founded Louisiana Foot and Ankle Specialists in Lake Charles, Louisiana with his wife, Dr. Mallory Przybylski. He is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. He is an active member of multiple podiatric societies and is dedicated to continuing education and keeping up with the most innovative treatments available.

In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, cooking, sporting events and spending time with his family, friends and four rescue dogs. He is proud to be a part of the Lake Charles community and is a compassionate, kind physician who is fully invested in providing the highest quality of patient care.


Undergraduate: Indiana University Bloomington, IN Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry Date of Graduation: 2007
Professional: Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine North Chicago, IL Degree: DPM (Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine) Date of Graduation: 2011
Residency Training: South Miami Hospital/Baptist Health Miami, FL Honors/Distinctions: Chief Surgical Resident PMSR-36 (July 2011 – July 2014)

Professional Publications/Literature Review

Hall D, Najafi B. Exploring Gait Pattern Characteristics Using Plantar Pressure and Thermography With Relation to Gait Speed of Healthy Subjects Verses Charcot Patients. C.L.E.A.R. Research Project at Rosalind Franklin University. Poster Presentation. 2008.
Hanft J, Hall D, Kapila A. A Guide to Preventative Off-Loading of Diabetic Foot Ulcers. Podiatry Today. December 2011. 60-66.
Hanft J, Moskovits J, Hall D. Emerging Insights in Diagnosing and Treating Osteomyelitis. Podiatry Today. July 2012. 94-102. Hanft J, Hall D, Jarman M. Essential Principals in Treating Diabetic Forefoot Ulcerations. Podiatry Today. August 2013. 58-67.
Hall D, Cairns D, Hanft J. Etiology of Surgical Wound Dehiscence. Podiatry Management. August, 2014.
Cairns D, Hall D, Hanft J. Management of Surgical Wound Dehiscence. Podiatry Management. August, 2014.

Professional Accreditation

NBPME Boart Part I – 2008
NBPME Board Part II – 2011
NBPME Board Part III, PM Lexus – 2012
State of Louisiana Licensure – 2013
ABFAS Board Qualification in Forefoot Surgery – 2014
ABFAS Board Qualification in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery – 2014


Board Certified in Foot Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Board Certified in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Basic Cardiac Life Support
C.I.T.I. Human Subjects Research Certification

Professional Organizations

American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS)
American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)
Louisiana Podiatric Medical Association (LPMA)
American Association of Podiatric Practice Management (AAPPM)

Post Graduate CME Courses

AO North America Basic Podiatric Fixation Course – 2013
Arthrex Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy Skills Course – 2012, 2013
Integra Foot and Ankle Reconstruction Skills Course – 2012, 2013
Wright Medical Foot and Ankle Surgical Skills Course – 2011-2013
Surgical Course Instructor for Physician Assistant program at University of Miami/Miami Dade College – 2013-2014 AAPPM Practice Management Course Fort Lauderdale, FL – 2013
Mini-MBA AAPPM Practice Management Course Fort Lauderdale, FL – 2014
GTF Foot and Ankle Symposium Key West, FL – 2013
Beneath the Surface Wound Care Symposium Miami, FL – 2012, 2013
ACFAS Scientific Seminar Orlando, FL – 2014

Hospital/Surgery Center/Wound Care Affiliations

Christus St. Patrick’s Hospital in Lake Charles, LA
Lake Charles Memorial Hospital in Lake Charles, LA
West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital
Lake Area Medical Center