Joshua J. Wilder, DPM, AACFAS


  • Undergraduate: Washington and Jefferson College – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Medical School: Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine – Cleveland, OH
  • Residency: Western Pennsylvania Hospital – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Fellowship: Emory St. joseph Hospital – Pediatric and Adult Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery – Atlanta, GA

Professional Honors

  • Dean’s list recipient, KSUCPM
  • Member, Pi Delta National Honor Society, KSUCPM
  • Mint scholarship recipient
  • Merit scholarship recipient

Professional Affiliations

  • Associate, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
  • Member, American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Member, Georgia Podiatric Medical Association
  • Member, Western Pennsylvania Foot and Ankle society

Hospital/Surgery Center Affiliations

  • Piedmont Atlanta Hospital
  • Emory Midtown Hospital
  • Emory Decatur Hospital
  • Eastside Medical Center
  • Windy Hill Surgery Center


Wilder, Joshua J.; Catanzariti, Alan “Addressing Deltoid Ligament Insufficiency in Stage III/IV Adult-Acquired Flatfoot.” | Podiatry Today, 13 Feb. 2018

Professional Interest

  • Ankle Arthroscopy
  • Flatfoot Reconstruction
  • Sports medicine
  • Pediatrics


About Dr. Wilder

Dr. Wilder is a native of Pittsburgh, PA with an upbringing in Cincinnati, OH. He completed his residency training in Pittsburgh, PA focusing on rearfoot reconstruction and limb salvage. Dr. Wilder then completed a fellowship year in Atlanta, GA with a focus in pediatrics and forefoot reconstruction. He currently resides in Suwanee, GA with his partner where they enjoy weightlifting, swimming, hiking and exploring new places.

Professional Statement

“I pride myself in working with my patients to formulate a plan TOGETHER based on their specific needs and conditions. I know how it feels to be a patient and placing all your trust in the hands of a physician. That’s why I feel it is especially important to establish an open and honest doctor-patient relationship without passing judgement. I will treat all of my patients like I would a close, personal, family member to provide the best medical care possible.”