Dr. Thomas Chambers has always enjoyed physical activities and the outdoors. As a teenager he suffered through many problems with his feet but was unaware that there was help available. During his undergraduate degree at Northern Arizona University he discovered that there was help for his feet and wanted to help others discover how they can enjoy life without having to worry about their feet.

Dr. Chambers went on and graduated from Des Moines University in 2010 and completed his surgical residency in Tucson, Arizona in 2013. He then moved his family to New Mexico where he continued to learn and develop as a physician and surgeon. He now has returned to his home in the East Valley to bring the many things that he has learned to the community he grew up in. He enjoys helping his patients get back into the activities they want to do, but were limited because of their feet. He has developed many methods of conservative care to try to avoid surgery when at all possible. When conservative care does not get the desired results for his patients, surgery is then considered. His goal is to get his patients back to good health as quickly and painlessly as possible.

When not taking care of patients, Dr. Chambers is spending as much time as possible with his wife, four children and his dog, Scout. He enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his family backpacking, mountain biking, or camping.