Podiatrist - Rogers
200 S 20th Street
Rogers, AR 72758
(479) 636-9393

All our professionals at Family Foot Health Center maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.

Dr. Brooke BisbeeDr. Brooke Bisbee

Dr. Brooke Bisbee is a native of Rogers, but did spend much of her adolescent years in Illinois. She attended Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She obtained her podiatric doctorate from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, in Chicago, Illinois, in 1999. After graduating, Dr. Bisbee completed two years of residency in Tucson, Arizona at the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration Hospital.

Always wanting to return to her hometown, Dr. Bisbee began private practice in Rogers in August 2001 - with only one other staff member. By striving to provide the best podiatric care in Northwest Arkansas and putting an emphasis on 'patient first' and taking a commonsense approach to addressing patient issues, the practice has flourished and in July 2010, a new associate doctor was added to the practice.

Dr. Bisbee is Board Certified in Foot Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. She is a staff member at Mercy Medical Center in Rogers, Northwest Health System in Bentonville and Springdale, and Physicians Specialty Hospital in Fayetteville.

Professional memberships include the American Podiatric Medical Association, Arkansas Podiatry Medical Association (including past State President), Fellow in the American Society of Podiatric Surgery, American Association of Woman Podiatrists, American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (Board Member, NWA Branch). Community activities include membership in Living Word Lutheran Church, Rogers Noon Rotary Club, and the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce and volunteering yearly with Rebuilding Together of NWA.

Dr. Bisbee is married to Steven Ribar, also a native of Rogers, and they have two children - Allyson Grace and Jon Andrew. The family is blessed to be surrounded by so much of their extended family also living in NWA and love spending time with all of them. Favorite pastimes include attending the kids' sporting and school events, swimming, biking and attending Razorback sporting events (Go Hogs!).


Dr. Nancy Lee

Dr Lee spent most of her life in Chicago, Illinois.  She attended the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.  She obtained her podiatric doctorate from Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida in 1998.  After graduating, Dr Lee completed two years of residency -- North Chicago Veterans Administration Hospital (podiatric medicine) and then Catholic Health Partners (podiatric surgery).  

Dr Lee has been in private practice for the last 14 years in a suburb of Chicago.

Dr Lee is Board Certified in Podiatric Medicine. 

Dr Lee is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Arkansas Podiatric Medical Association.

Dr Lee has a very similar style of practice to Dr Bisbee.  Conservative, evidence-based medicine is her primary focus.  But surgery is option that can be thoughtfully approached.
Dr Lee and her family recently moved to NW Arkansas after her husband was offered a new position.  Bentonville and Rogers offered a quality of life that made the decision to move an easy one.  They look forward to spending more time outdoors with their son and daughter. 

Dr. Frederick Day

Dr. Frederick Day grew up in Atlantic City New Jersey and went to school in the surrounding area. He graduated from Stockton University in Pomona N.J. in 1988 and attended Temple University, School of Podiatric Medicine, graduating in May, 1992. He then traveled to Texarkana, Texas where he completed a 2 year podiatric surgical residency. After residency, he moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas and, for the next twenty years, established and ran his practice. He kept participating in academia by being a residency director for 6 years at his previous residency program, authoring 10 peer review articles and a chapter in surgical textbook.

The Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery certified Dr. Day in 1996 with certification in 'foot surgery'. He then went on and achieved certification in 'rear foot reconstruction and ankle surgery' in 2000. Dr. Day has recertified multiple times and is current.

Change was in the air for Dr. Day however. He discovered Northwest Arkansas as the place to be and moved to the area in 2014. He has known Dr. Bisbee for many years through the state podiatry association - which both had served as State President at one time. They realized that joining their practices was a perfect fit and very synergistic. Family Foot Health Center now has a great balance of conservative, non-surgical care, as well as minor and major surgical talents all under one roof.

Dr. Day is a staff member of Mercy Hospital in Rogers, Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville and Springdale and Physician Specialty Hospital in Fayetteville.