Dr. Celia Storey

Education & Certifications

Dr. Celia Storey is a board qualified podiatrist joining the practice in July 2012. She graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Storey has completed a three year surgical residency at East Jefferson General Hospital in Metairie, LA.

Dr. Celia Storey is a native of Baton Rouge, LA.​ and Board Certified ABPM

Having recently completed surgical training, Dr. Storey is utilizing the most current advances in technology and methods designed to improve patient care. Dr. Storey provides both surgical and non-surgical foot care. Surgery includes bunion and hammertoe correction, trauma reconstruction, soft tissue repair and bone spur surgery.
Dr. Storey provides preventative care for diabetic patients along with wound care to assist and speed healing of diabetic wounds. She has worked extensively in the LA Wound Care Specialists Clinic to provide expert care in wound healing. Working side by side with Plastic Surgeons, General Surgeons, Infectious Disease specialists and Vascular Surgeons to manage diabetic wounds.


We can share a lot about ourselves. We prefer you hear it from our patients.

I wish to express my appreciation to you for your care and excellent skill with my recent bunion surgery. I was full of apprehension, but the surgery was smooth and painless. I was up and around in no time. Thanks also to your kind, professional staff.”
JD, Metairie, LA
“I’ve had problems with my feet for years. I have been scared to go to the doctor and my friend recommended you. I wish that I would have come years ago! Thank you so much! I could kick myself for not seeing you sooner!”
LM, New Orleans, LA
“I thought that I would miss more work following my surgery. I was walking,driving and back to work in 2 days.”
TM, Metairie, LA
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