We welcome you to Tower Foot & Ankle Surgery, an expert podiatry center serving the Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Thousand Oaks neighborhoods of Los Angeles and beyond.
Board-Certified Podiatrists and Foot Surgeon Dr Jam.
Dr. Kamran Jamshidinia is an expert foot and ankle doctorand the founder of Tower Foot and Ankle Surgery in Century City. His practice specializes in the state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of foot and ankle disorders, including Achilles tendonitis, bunions, hammertoe, arthritis, flat feet, toenail fungus and many more. He also specializes in surgical procedures including:
Hidden incision outpatient bunion repair
Hidden incision hammertoe repair
Outpatient Achilles tendon repair
Outpatient platelet rich plasma therapy for tendon injury
Outpatient platelet rich plasma therapy for heel pain
To guarantee that patients receive only the best possible care, Dr. Jamshidinia and the rest of the podiatric physicians practicingat Tower Foot and Ankle Surgery are board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons. Thanks to his expertise and experience, Dr. Jamshidinia and his team have helped to improve the quality of life for thousands of patients by decreasing the pain associated with walking and other everyday movement. Let him help you lead a better life today!
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Seeking medical treatment early can help prevent many foot and ankle conditions from progressing and affecting your ability to walk and enjoy life. Contact Dr. Jamshidinia for a consultation and get back on the road to recovery.
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