Argyle Area Podiatrist
The first European settlement, consisting of a few families, occurred in the Argyle area in the 1850s. The place was then known as Pilot Knob or Waintown. The settlement gradually acquired a few amenities in the late 1800s: a school in 1875, a Baptist church in 1876, and a post office in 1878. The community was formally founded and renamed Argyle in 1881, after the Texas and Pacific railroad built a track through the area. Some believe a railroad surveyor named the town after a garden in France. However, others believe the town to be named after the region of Argyll in Scotland.
Growth was very slow during the nineteenth century, and by 1890 Argyle only had a population of 148. The town did boast several agriculture-related industries, such as grist mills, general stores, and a cotton gin. In 1885 Argyle built a two-story brick school, and population grew until it reached 238 in 1930. A bank was also established in 1906, a little red brick building with a drugstore in the front.
The Great Depression took its toll on the Argyle area, and the population declined to only ninety in 1950. Argyle incorporated as a separate city on September 19, 1960, with M.H. Wilson as the first mayor. Gradually the town grew in population as more people from the Dallas-Fort Worth area discovered its rural charm. By the 1970s a number of retail establishments were located in Argyle, and the population reached 1,575 in 1990, and doubled from that figure to 3,282 at the 2010 census. The high rate of growth is expected to continue as part of the general development of northern areas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Academy Foot and Ankle Specialists proudly serve the people of Argyle.
The Argyle Area Foot Doctors You can Trust
We are dedicated to provide outstanding services designed to prevent and treat common foot and ankle problems of your whole family. We specialize in many common podiatric complications including arthritic foot and ankle, athlete’s foot and bunions, Achilles’ tendon, ankle sprains, heel spurs, crush injuries, corns, calluses and many others. Our up to date facilities include Digital X-Ray, laser, extracorporeal shockwave, physical therapy, and many more. We serve our patients during weekdays, from 9AM to 5PM. We have four convenient locations to serve you. You can call or schedule your appointment online!
All of the Academy Foot and Ankle Specialists’ offices accept credit cards, checks or cash. We will give you a computerized and electronic insurance claim submission to ease the progress of the processing of your insurance claims. You may also speak with our administrative staff if you cannot pay on your scheduled visit and we shall find special payment plans to help you pay for our services.
We want to build good rapport with you so that we can work together in finding the best solutions available for your podiatric needs at a location convenient around the Argyle area. Call us at 817-424-3668 (FOOT) or keep exploring out website to learn more about our services, facilities and payment options.