My Gym, which currently has more than 200 international locations, began more than 20 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp off a sugar buzz. All classes are organized according to age level (starting as young as 6 weeks) and designed to incorporate the latest physiological, psychological, and meteorological research. The Elk Grove and Folsom locations offer classes for all developmental degrees, including the Tiny Tykes class, a session for parents and babies that focuses on movement, and the Champions class, designed to help 5- to 9-year-olds master sports and gymnastics skills. Exact schedules vary by location; click here to see the Elk Grove lineup and here for Folsom's lineup.
Dr. Deo Rampertab DPM didn't invent the UltraCryo technique, but with more than 10,000 procedures under his belt and a 97% success rate in fully alleviating pain, he's certainly put it to good use. A form of cryoanalgesia, UltraCryo is an innovative treatment that can be used to treat plantar fasciitis, neuroma, and other foot ailments by freezing the specific nerve branches that transmit pain signals to the afflicted area. Additionally, UltraCryo uses a high-resolution magnifying ultrasound to better guide the probe and ensure greater accuracy. In addition to specializing in cryosurgery, Dr. Rampertab, as a fill family podiatrist, also offers of a full suite of standard treatments and ably deals with conditions including bunions, hammertoes, ingrown nails, and extra left feet.
Dr. Stephen Geller once dreamed of becoming an Olympic skier. In his freshman year of college, however, he decided instead to fuse his athletic experience with a newfound passion in podiatric medicine to help future clients conquer foot issues that hamper their daily lives. After completing his medical degree and spending three postgraduate years training as a general-medicine and surgery intern, he started his private practice in Phoenix, and shortly thereafter became president of the Arizona Podiatric Medical Association, among other organizations. Today, he administers everything from surgeries to fix hammertoes to treatments that prevent running injuries, and he also specializes in patients with diabetes.
Dr. Spencer Niemann restores feet and ankles to optimal health with a comprehensive list of services that includes orthotics, care for wounds and the effects of diabetes, minor surgeries, and laser therapy for nail fungus. His philosophy is based on friendly, personal care as well as on a holistic sense of how the health of the feet informs whole-body wellness—and informs the feet’s owners about what the shins have been up to lately. Additionally, Dr. Niemann is bilingual and can assist both English- and Spanish-speaking patients.
At Advanced Podiatric Specialty, Dr. Rajesh Daulat?who has practiced in the Phoenix area for more than a decade?gets his clients back to their daily routines with less pain by implementing his expertise in all issues related to the foot and ankle. That breadth of knowledge allows him to treat basic problems such as toenail fungus as well as more advanced ailments such as ankle fractures, diabetic foot ulcers, and big toes that pick on pinky toes. He also makes every effort to approach aches in a noninvasive manner and uses surgery only as a last resort.
At Oasis Foot & Ankle Center, Dr. Michael R. Brewer, DPM, improves the function and appearance of his clients' feet with surgery as well as less-invasive treatment options, such as laser toenail-fungus treatment. His breadth of knowledge covers lower-limb issues both big and small, from severe heel spurs and gout to common warts and feet that smell like wine. He carefully considers all treatment options when meeting with a new client, aiming to avoid surgery when possible.