About Our Office
Our office provides a variety of podiatric care. We perform minor surgery in the office to include removal of ingrown toenails and warts. We treat various painful conditions, including, but not limited to: heel spur syndrome, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, tendonitis, and sprains. We have x-ray capabilities, which enables Dr. Cahill to give you immediate analysis of your x-ray at your current visit. Our office also provides wound care to patients who may have ulcers or wounds associated with diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, or structural deformities.
Dr. Cahill performs outpatient surgery at Palmetto Health Outpatient surgery for procedures as bunionectomies, removal of heel spurs, hammertoe repair, osteotomies, endoscopic plantar fasciitis, and other foot deformities. We are here to help you with palliative foot care, e.g., nail trimming, debridement, corns and callouses, and the treatment of fungal toenails. We gladly see patients of all ages from children to geriatric.
Our goal is to provide personal, friendly, and caring service. We are proud to offer a small clinical office in a small, special town! Dr. Cahill and his wife, Lori, have been located in Sumter for over 28 years! We pride ourselves in personally knowing our patients and our community. We do not use automated phone systems so when you call you will always speak directly to one of our staff during normal business hours.
Meet Our Doctor
James B. Cahill, DPM
Dr. Cahill was born in Burlington, Massachusetts. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Natural Science at Johns Hopkins University in 1978. He joined the Army ROTC program while at Johns Hopkins and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant. Dr. Cahill then attended the Temple Podiatric School of Medicine graduating in 1984.
Dr. Cahill was a resident at Fort Benning, Georgia between 1984-1986, becoming Chief of Podiatry at Fort Benning between 1986-1988. He has been in private practice in South Carolina ever since. He is currently licensed in South Carolina and Massachusetts. He has Senior Active Hospital privileges at Tuomey Hospital in Sumter, South Carolina. There he serves on the surgical services committee, operating room committee, as well as the credentialing committee.
Dr. Cahill has been married to his wife Lori for 30 years. They have two children, Ben and Joe. Dr. Cahill has been an integral part of the local community serving as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Thomas Sumter Academy from 2006-2013, while also serving as a member of the Board from 1998-2005.
Examiner, South Carolina Board of Podiatry since 1998
Member, South Carolina Podiatric Medical Association since 1988
Member, American Podiatric Medical Association since 1984
Diplomate, American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery since 1989
Fellow, American College Foot and Ankle Surgeons since 1989
Dr. Cahill is now certified in advanced wound care, including the treatment of diabetic ulcers and ulcers secondary to poor circulation.