Dr. Daalia Jones treats a wide variety of foot and ankle problems with an emphasis on conservative (non-surgical) and therapeutic care. She has professional interests in limb salvage, especially the prevention of amputations in diabetic patients, wound care and general preventive diabetic foot care. Since diabetes is the leading cause of toe, foot and leg amputations, her specialty will be a blessing to Antioch’s diabetic patients. Dr. Jones also provides palliative conservative foot and ankle care to aid in pain relief for a large number of elderly and debilitated patients, as well as those patients residing in long-term care facilities.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr. Jones is still considered a “Georgia Peach” being raised in Lilburn, Georgia. She completed her undergraduate degree at the State University of West Georgia and earned her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York. Dr. Jones completed her comprehensive three-year training program in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at the Saint Vincent Medical Center in New York, where she had the distinction of serving as the Chief Resident. Dr. Jones is a member of the Georgia Podiatric Medical Association, and the American Podiatric Medical Association.
In her free time, she enjoys travelling and is eager to explore Savannah and the Low Country Empire that she now calls “home”. Her expertise will be a valuable asset to Antioch patients.