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After earning his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree from California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco and board certification in foot surgery, Dr. Kamran Jamshidinia and his associates opened a state-of-the-art foot center to treat the foot faults that plague the body’s hardest-working part.
Dr. Jamshidinia is joined by Dr. Ronny Alfandari who is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. He specializes in all aspects of the foot and ankle, including aesthetic foot surgery, hammertoe repair, bunion correction, and PRP treatment for chronic tendon ailments and plantar fasciitis. Advanced training and comprehensive knowledge gives Dr. Alfandari the ability to modify surgical techniques, so patients may experience short recovery times, little to no pain, and allow most procedures to be done on outpatient basis or within the office, requiring no hospitalization. The laser techniques are all done in the comfort of a state of the art surgical practice.
Located in the heart of Century City in Beverly Hills, the facility recently underwent a state-of-the-art renovation and received a new cadre of up-to-date technology and equipment. They address issues such as toenail fungus, ingrown toenails, and flatfoot-related ailments, or delve deeper, using advanced imaging such as MRIs, CT Scans, 3D imaging, and police-sketch artists to diagnose and treat foot and ankle problems and injuries, hammertoe repair, and bunion correction.
The clinic also specializes in foot and ankle sports medicine, joint replacement, custom foot and ankle orthotic arch supports, cutting-edge surgical and nonsurgical treatments for chronic diabetic foot ulcers, and the use of PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections, for rapid healing of wounds and injuries.
In regards to callus treatment, calluses can be painful as well as unsightly and furthermore an indicator that your foot is not functioning efficiently thus causing pressure points in various areas. When left untreated, a callus can lead to the break down of normal skin, pain, and one's ability to walk. In the diabetic patient population, calluses are a precursor to diabetic foot ulcers which can be both limb and life threatening.