Podiatry Staff

All our professionals at Hampton Roads Foot and Ankle Specialists maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.

Sara M. Bouraee, DPM,FACFAS

Hampton Roads Foot & Ankle Specialists


Board Certified by the American College of Foot And Ankle Surgeons in Foot Surgery, Rearfoot Reconstructive, and Ankle Surgery

Dr. Sara Bouraee was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and was influenced most in her life by her father who is a vascular surgeon. She attended New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York and then relocated to Philadelphia to complete her surgical residency at Drexel University College of Medicine at Hahnemann University Hospital.

In 2015, Dr. Bouraee founded a private practice Hampton Roads Foot And Ankle. Dr. Bouraee's vision is to become the provider of choice for quality podiatric surgical/medical services and recognized for extraordinary patient care experiences for acute and chronically injured patients and their families.

Her areas of special interest include small joint replacement, ankle arthroscopy, endoscopic plantar fasciotomy, lower extremity fracture repair, minimally invasive procedures, hammertoe and bunion surgery, and flat foot reconstruction.

Dr. Bouraee continues to enjoy living and working in the Hampton Roads area because of the small-town feel and great weather. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, boating, and playing on the beach with her family.


Jon Houseworth, DPM

Hampton Roads Foot & Ankle Specialists

Jon Houseworth, DPM

Dr. Jon Houseworth was raised in rural central Illinois and received his Bachelor’s in Integrative Biology from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.  While there, Dr. Houseworth was co-captain of the men’s cross country and track teams.  His passion for running greatly influenced his desire to become a podiatrist.  Dr. Houseworth attended Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, followed by a surgical residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, FL.  During residency, Dr. Houseworth received extensive training in all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery with a focus on Diabetic Limb Preservation/Wound Management and Sports Medicine.  Dr. Houseworth was twice voted by his co-residents as “resident of the year,” and served as Chief Resident.  Since completing residency, Dr. Houseworth has been a full-time faculty member of Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine teaching a variety of courses to the medical students in the classroom including anesthesiology and surgical seminars.  In the clinical setting, Dr. Houseworth was associate residency director for the Mount Sinai (FL) Podiatry Surgical Residency Program teaching residents and students on hospital rounds and in the operating room.  Dr. Houseworth was voted “Clinical Faculty of the Year” on multiple occasions by the students at Barry University.   Dr. Houseworth has participated in multiple studies devoted to diabetic limb preservation and wound management including co-authoring multiple publications and performing national lectures on the topics.

Dr. Houseworth’s passion is patient care and improving the lives of any patient he treats. His areas of special interest include sports medicine, plantar fasciitis and orthotics, hammertoe and bunion surgery, diabetic limb salvage and wound management, small joint replacement, ankle arthroscopy, and lower extremity fracture repair.  Dr. Houseworth enjoys spending his free time outdoors running, golfing, and spending time with friends and family.


Jeremy Walters, DPM

Hampton Roads Foot & Ankle Specialists

Jeremy Walters, DPM

Initially pursuing a career as an athletic trainer, Dr. Jeremy Walters found his true calling in podiatry. Board Certified in Foot surgery, Dr. Walters’ abilities range from treating sports medicine and orthopedic injuries and fractures to management of non-surgical conditions. This various skillset, alongside his nurtured passion for helping others, is what motivates Dr. Walters to care for his each of his patients on an individual basis. He understands the most common surgical fear of his patients is usually the pain and/or loss of function from surgery that may arise from a loved ones’ former experience. However, with the evolution of various types of pain management and his specialty for providing arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgeries, Dr. Walters reminds his patients, “this isn’t your grandmother’s bunion surgery.”

Born and raised in North Carolina, Dr. Walters received his undergraduate degree in Health Education at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC and pursued his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, PA at Temple University. He worked at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, a major multi-hospital health system, for his Internship and completed his residency at the West Houston Medical Center in Houston, TX, where he served as Chief Resident.

Dr. Walters married his high school sweetheart and they currently reside in Norfolk, VA, along with their two young children and two pugs. When he isn’t serving his patients or in surgery, Dr. Walters enjoys fishing, watersports, cooking and grilling.

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