Dr. Thomas Rambacher, a podiatrist trusted by Mission Regional Medical Center as well as the children's sector of Mission Hospital, tends to the health and appearance of human feet. He is double board certified with The American Board of Multiple Specialities in Podiatry in primary care of podiatric medicine and The American Board of Podiatric Surgery in foot surgery. His services range from laser treatments that wipe out fungus to surgery that addresses bunions or arthritis. Dr. Rambacher strives to heal ailments with a light touch, allowing patients to stroll away from his practice without the aid of crutches, casts, or remote-controlled legs.
Dr. Marjorie Miller-Khawam helms a four-person team at A Step Above Foot Care, where multilingual caretakers treat foot and ankle problems including shin splints, warts, and fractures. Good bedside manner remains an important facet of treatment, regardless of the severity of a patient's condition. The staff cope with bone tumors, athlete's foot, fungi, and nerve problems by listening to patients' concerns and involving them in the development of a treatment plan. Miller-Khawam boasts an impressive pedigree, including membership in the American Podiatric Medical Association and the California Podiatric Medical Association. She and her staff pride themselves on the short wait time in their office, ensuring that waiting patients don't have to resort to rearranging office furniture for amusement.
Dr. Charles Sarosy and Dr. Salma Aziz, DPM, take the lead at Pure Beauty Skin Care and Medical Spa, where an experienced team of doctors and nurses helps to banish signs of aging with nonsurgical treatments. Laser-based procedures scan the treatment spectrum, helping to smooth wrinkles and even out complexions on the face and banish scars, spider veins, and hair along the body. Injectables by Botox and Juvéderm aid in temporarily erasing fine lines, and products such as Latisse help to boost lagging lashes.
After receiving her doctorate from the California College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Nahid Birjandi sharpened her scalpel skills with a surgery residency, then ventured into the realm of private practice. She now rids toes of nail fungus, warts, and scars with modern laser technology and fixes ingrown nails, hammertoes, and bunions with traditional surgery. Her office also provides custom orthotics to ease pain throughout the legs and back and microvascular physical therapy to help to alleviate the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
At Foot & Ankle Alliance, experienced podiatrist Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi works to banish pain and help patients move with ease. His extensive clinical experience helps him advise clients with a plethora of lower-limb concerns. Using non-invasive methods and surgical procedures, Dr. Khosroabadi can address conditions ranging from bunions to injured tendons, ensuring feet regain their former walking, running, and pogo-sticking abilities.
In the past, toenail fungus was tricky to treat; patients were limited to oral medication, with its risk of side effects, or invasive surgery. Luckily, the team at Laser Toenail Clinic can harness the advanced infection-zapping technology of the FDA-cleared Cutera GenesisPlus laser. Powerful beams reduce or eliminate fungus in 20-minute treatments with little to no pain. Healthy nails soon begin to grow out and often appear fully clear within 9–12 months. Rather than relying on technicians or out-of-work super villains to wield the lasers, the clinic's owner and board-certified podiatrist, Dr. Lee, performs each and every treatment.