Dr. Megan L. Oltmann is a foot and ankle surgeon in the state of Ohio. She is board qualified in forefoot, rearfoot, and reconstructive ankle surgery. She is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, American Podiatric Medical Association, Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association, American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management and the Institute for Podiatric Excellence and Development.
Dr. Oltmann was born and raised in Hubbard, Oh, a small suburb of Youngstown, Oh. She grew up dancing competitively and playing volleyball. She graduated with honors from Hubbard High School. Below is her educational background.
The Ohio State University ’08 Bachelor’s in Biology, Minor in Dance
Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine ’13 (KSUCPM)
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Foundation ‘14
Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Intern
Mercy Health/Northern Ohio Foot and Ankle Foundation ‘16
Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery
Treats: Adults and Pediatrics
Dr. Oltmann has surgical interests in foot and ankle surgery including, diabetic reconstructive surgery, sports injury management with an emphasis on dancers, fracture management, lower extremity trauma, reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle, pediatric foot surgery, as well as bunion and hammertoe surgery. Dr. Oltmann has advanced training in external fixation.
During her time at KSUCPM Dr. Oltmann was President of the American Association for Women Podiatrist, Secretary of the American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management, and Social Chair of Ohio Podiatric Medical Student Association. Dr. Oltmann was awarded with the B.C. Egerter Practice Management Award for excellence in patient management and voluntary participation in community projects as well as the Joseph P. Sullivan Memorial Award for her multiple contributions to various programs at KSUCPM. She continues to give back to the profession by lecturing to incoming students at KSUCPM. Dr. Oltmann is teaching faculty at the Mercy Health/Northern Ohio Foot and Ankle Foundation Residency Program.
Dr. Oltmann is published in Podiatry Today with an article entitled “A Closer Look at Perfusion Assessment Techniques.” She presented a poster at the Symposium for Advanced Wound Care in San Antonio, TX with a poster entitled “Limb Salvage in the Setting of Severe Peripheral Arterial Disease with Left Ventricular Assist Device.” In February of 2016 published by Northern Ohio Foot and Ankle Foundation Journal she wrote a paper entitled “A Review of Common Foot and Ankle Injuries Sustained by Dancers.”
In her spare time Dr. Oltmann enjoys working out, swimming in the summer months, playing volleyball, running, cooking, and baking. When she has a free weekend she enjoys traveling back to the Youngstown area where much of her family resides. She married her husband in 2014. They enjoy traveling, golfing, and skiing together as well as playing with their Golden Retriever “Braxton”.