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Published on June 24, 2013


Mike Jones, DPM Joins Cornerstone Foot & Ankle Specialists

Jones Will See Patients in Asheboro, High Point


High Point, NC – Mike Jones, DPM has joined the practice of Cornerstone Foot & Ankle Specialists and will see patients in locations at Westchester in High Point and in Asheboro. Previously, Jones was with a large, multi-site practice in western Ohio.

Jones was awarded his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree by Kent State University’s College of Podiatric Medicine and completed a three-year podiatric foot and ankle surgical residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Ohio State University.

“When your feet hurt, you hurt all over,” says Jones. “By relieving my patients’ foot and ankle pain, I can truly help them improve their quality of life and general outlook.”

Jones joins Harvey G. Tilles, DPM and Steven J. Tilles, DPM at Cornerstone Foot & Ankle Specialists at 225 West Ward Street in Asheboro, and Dekarlos M. Dial, DPM, Steven J. Tilles, DPM, Richard S. Weinbaum, DPM and Christine R. Wright, DPM at Cornerstone Foot & Ankle Specialists at Westchester at 1814 Westchester Drive, Suite 300, in High Point. The practices provide comprehensive medical care including reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle, diabetic foot care, and treatment for heel pain, nail and skin disorders. Both locations are accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment in Asheboro, call 336-625-3338. To schedule an appointment at the Westchester office in High Point, call 336-802-2055.

About Cornerstone Health Care
One of the fastest growing physician groups in the Southeast, Cornerstone is a physician-owned and led multi-disciplinary practice of more than 375 physicians and advanced practice providers in more than 90 locations in communities throughout central North Carolina.  Recognized as a 2012 Success Story Award® winner for patient satisfaction by Press Ganey Associates, Inc., Cornerstone is transitioning from the traditional "fee-for-service" model to a patient-centered medical home system providing expanded access, increased coordination of care, enhanced patient education for prevention and treatment of chronic disease, and sophisticated technological support.  For more information, visit

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