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 Bisbee
Dr. Bisbee is a native of Rogers, but did spend many 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. Dr. Bisbee completed two years of residency in Tucson, Arizona at the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration Hospital.
Returning to her hometown, Dr. Bisbee began private practice in Rogers in August 2001. By striving to provide the best podiatric care in Northwest Arkansas, putting an emphasis on “patient first”, and taking a commonsense approach to addressing patient issues, the practice has flourished.
Dr. Bisbee is Board certified in Foot Surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is a Fellow in the American Society of Podiatric Surgeons. She is a staff member at Mercy Medical Center in Rogers.
Giving back to her profession and community are very important to Dr. Bisbee. She has served on several community boards and has been a coach for Rogers Youth Soccer. Her professional memberships include the American Podiatric Medical Association (with whom she is one of thirteen members of the Board of Trustees for the Association), Arkansas Foot and Ankle Medical Association (past President and VP), Fellow of the American Society of Podiatric Surgeons, American Association of Women Podiatrists, American Diabetes Association and is a former board member of the NWA Branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Within the Rogers community, she is a member of the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce, Living Word Lutheran Church, Rogers Heritage High School Boosters Club, and volunteers with the PTO at both of her kids’ schools. Dr. Bisbee has also been a member of Rotary International.
Dr. Bisbee is married to Steven Ribar, also a native of Rogers, and they have two children – Allyson and Jon. The family is also blessed to have many of their extended family members living in NWA. Outside of work Dr. Bisbee can be found attending her kids’ athletic and school activities, participating in outdoor activities, watching her favorite two football teams (the Hogs and the Broncos!), or attending local theater or charity events.
Dr. Nancy Lee
Dr. Lee spent most her life in Chicago, Illinois. She attended the University of Illinois in Champagne/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 at the North Chicago Veteran Administration Hospital and Catholic Health Partners.
Dr. Lee was previously in private practice for 14 years in a suburb of Chicago before moving to Northwest Arkansas in 2014. She has a very similar style of practice to Dr. Bisbee with conservative, evidence-based medicine as her primary focus.
Dr. Lee is Board Certified in Podiatric Medicine. Her professional memberships include the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Arkansas Foot and Ankle Medical Association (former Secretary/Treasurer). Dr. Lee has privileges at Mercy Medical Center in Rogers.
Dr. Lee is married to Al Morrow and they have two children, Austin and Meghan. The family loves the quality of life that Northwest Arkansas offers and they enjoy spending family time exploring the outdoors and other cultural venues and events.
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, New Jersey, in 1988 and attended Temple University, School of Podiatric Medicine, graduating in May, 1992. He then traveled to Texarkana, Texas where he completed a two year podiatric surgical residency. After residency, he move to Hot Springs, Arkansas, and had a successful practice for 20 years. He kept participating in academia by being a residency director for six years at his previous residency program, authoring ten peer review articles and a chapter in a surgical textbook.
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. 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 Board Certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery in both Foot Surgery and Rear Foot Reconstruction and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Day is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Arkansas Foot and Ankle Medical Association. He is a Fellow in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is a staff member of Mercy Medical Center in Rogers, Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville and Springdale and Physicians Specialty Hospital in Fayetteville.
When not caring for patients, Dr. Day can be found spending time with his two boys, Jackson and Nicholas, piloting his plane, kayaking on Beaver Lake, or just relaxing to the music of one of his favorite local music groups.