Podiatry (Foot Doctor) Bunion Surgery, Hammer Toe | Los Angeles, Beverly Hills


Podiatrist Los AngelesThe Department of Podiatry deals specifically with the feet and the infections and conditions of the foot. There are 26 bones and 107 ligaments in the adult human foot. There are many conditions that can affect and hurt your feet.

Many people experience complications with this part of the body and all its ligaments and bones. Our feet support the weight and force of our bodies every time we take a step. Our feet take a daily beating. The most common problems of the feet are associated with constant use, ill-fitting shoes, and improper alignment. Many patients opt for cosmetic foot surgery as a means to improve the aesthetic look of their feet.

The Department of Podiatry at La Peer Health Systems employs some of the most modern and innovative diagnostic tools, treatment methods, and minimally invasive surgical techniques to provide better health care and help patients heal faster with a decreased risk of complications. Some of the most common conditions and procedures treated at La Peer Health Systems include:

Podiatry Conditions

  • Arthritis of the toe, heel, and ankle
  • Bunions
  • Diabetic Foot
  • Foot Deformities
  • Fungal Nails
  • Hammertoe
  • Heel Pain
  • Morton’s Neuroma
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Warts

Podiatry Procedures

Our highly trained podiatrist brings a great deal of experience to La Peer’s Podiatry Department. From bunion surgery to foot or ankle fractures and beyond, the Department of Podiatry at La Peer Health Systems is one of the best departments for this field of medicine in the United States. You can learn more about foot and ankle surgery at La Peer by visiting our Foot and Ankle Surgery Center of Excellence website.

La Peer Health Systems was also named one of the 100 Greatest Places To Work by Becker’s ASC Review. We take great pride in our professional and courteous staff and are honored to be included on Becker’s 2013 ASC Review.

To request more information, please call the Podiatry Department at (855) 360-9119 or e-mail us at [email protected]

Recent Podiatry Blogs

Los Angeles Foot Specialist Discusses Pau Gasol’s Torn Plantar Fascia Injury

Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol is expected to be out for up to two months after tearing the plantar fascia ligament in his right foot earlier… read more »

Bunions and Young People

According to a 2010 report by the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 23 percent of Americans suffer from bunions… read more »

Recovery After Bunion Surgery

Ok, so you’ve had bunion surgery now what? Bunion surgery involves repair to bone, tissue and joints in an effort to realign joints, relieve pain and correct deformities… read more »

Are Your Toenails Talking? Find Out What Nails Say About Your Health

People love to pamper their toes, painting them in an array of shades with names like Lincoln Park After Dark purple and I’m Not Really … read more »

Aesthetic Toe Shortening: Worth the Risk?

The surgeons at La Peer Health Systems’ podiatry department in Beverly Hills, CA, are accustomed to requests for cosmetic foot surgeries… read more »

Are High Heels A Cause of Bunions?

In Los Angeles, where the warm climate and fashion-forward culture promote daring footwear… read more »

Early Multidisciplinary Care Can Prevent Diabetic Foot Amputations

According to a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (AMA), new guidelines from the Infectious Diseases Society… read more »

Dealing with Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is an extremely common condition that causes pain in the heel. The plantar fascia is a ligament that connects the heel to the toes and supports the arch of the foot… read more »

10 Tips for a Faster Ankle Surgery Recovery

Some people recover rapidly after surgery and others struggle with it a little bit. Some short recoveries seem to last a long time, and long recoveries can seem to last forever… read more »

Getting to Know the Department of Podia

Podiatry is the specialty of medicine that diagnoses and treats conditions of the feet, lower legs, and ankles. There are over 26 bones and 107 ligaments in the human foot… read more »

What is a Bunion?

A bunion is a bony bump on the inside of your foot caused by a deformity of bone and soft tissue that occurs at the joint between the big toe, or hallux, and the first bone in the foot called the first metatarsal… read more »

Cosmetic Foot Surgery

As society becomes increasingly appearance-conscious, people are paying attention to parts of their bodies they had previously overlooked.. While cosmetic surgery was most commonly… read more »

Bunion Surgery

A bunion is the term given to a knot that appears on the side of the foot, just to the side of the lowest joint of the largest toe. The knot is made up of bone and soft tissue and appears when the largest toe has been pushed inward toward the other toes for an extended period of time… read more »

Hammertoes, StayFuse Intramedullary Fusion System

Hammertoe is a condition where one or both muscles of the toes is severely bent, causing the toe to take on a deformed appearance that resembles a ‘hammer’. Hammertoes generally start out as mild defects… read more »


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Dr. Kamran Jamshidinia, DPM, FACFAS

Kamran Jamshidinia, DPM, FACFAS
Dr. Jamshidinia at Tower Foot and Ankle Surgery is a board certified foot surgeon trained read more

Chronic Pain Management Relief Specialists, Post Surgery Pain Expert, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

Department of Pain Management

Chronic pain is an unfortunate fact of life for many people. However, with proper medical supervision and work with your pain management doctor, it is manageable. The Department of Pain Management at La Peer Health Systems has pain specialists, nurses, doctors and physicians who will work in a variety of ways to provide the utmost in patient care.

The goal of the Department of Pain Management is to take patients from initial consultation through diagnosis and onto primary treatment and/or surgery if necessary. We will be a constant presence through the pain management process and into aftercare as well. Many patients will return to La Peer for pain relief through minor procedures such as a lumbar epidural steroid injection or a selective nerve root block. These treatments often work for a few weeks or months at a time and with conditions like repetitive migraines a simple injection is well worth a bi-monthly trip.

The department of pain management is also highly concerned with research and clinical trials. Research into pain management for something like repetitive migraines is as important as finding a permanent method of relief for these patients. Depending on your condition and willingness, you may be able to take part in research and possibly make a step towards improving medicine forever.

Medical Conditions:
  • Arthritis
  • Back injury
  • Chronic daily headaches
  • Peripheral nerve damage
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Vulvodynia


  • Lumbar epidural steroid injection
  • Selective nerve root block
  • Cervical (neck) epidural steroid injection
  • Piriformis muscle (hip) injection
If you would like a one-on-one consultation with a skilled member of staff working in the Department of Pain Management then please call La Peer Health Systems (855) 360-9119) or email at [email protected].

Conditions Page

Arthritis: Arthritis is the painful inflammation of the joints. The causes of arthritis depends on the type of arthritis you have. The common causes are autoimmune disorders, wear associated with the aging process, bacterial infection, or a broken bone. The symptoms of arthritis include stiffness in the joint, decreased mobility, inability to bend down or stand straight, tightness in the joints, and redness and/or warmth in the affected area. The treatment for arthritis depends on the severity of the case, but it may include NSAIDs like Aleve, steroid injections, heat and ice packs, or joint replacement.

Back injury: Many patients experience chronic pain after experiencing some sort of back injury including herniated discs, sprains, strains, or a fractured vertebrae. The treatment for chronic pain resulting from a back injury may include a nerve block or a lumbar epidural steroid injection.

Chronic daily headache: Chronic headaches are a debilitating condition for many people. It is very common for a person to have a headache from time to time, but if you are experiencing headaches mos
t days of the week, you may have chronic headaches. The risk factors for chronic daily headaches are anxiety, depression, overuse of pain relievers, obesity, disrupted sleep, neck strain, and snoring. The treatment for chronic head is dependent on the severity of the headaches. The treatment may include nerve blocks, steroid injections, beta blockers, anti-seizure medication, Botox injections, or a local anesthetic.

Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is a condition that affects the musculoskeletal system. The exact causes of the condition are unknown, but the symptoms often start after a major trauma, surgery, serious psychological stress, or infection. Additionally, women are more likely to develop the condition than men. The symptoms of fibromyalgia is a constant, dull pain and tender spots throughout the body. The common tender spots include the back of the neck, the shoulders, the chest, and the hips. Sleep disturbance is also a common symptom and side effect of fibromyalgia.  The treatment for fibromaylgia is a combination of non-steroid pain relievers such as Aleve, relaxation techniques, and prescription pain relievers.

Peripheral nerve damage: There are many different types of nerve damage depending on the type of nerve that was damaged and its function. The risk factors for nerve damage include diabetes, trauma, compartment syndrome, pinched nerves, certain medication, nutritional deficiencies, HIV, and motor neuron disease. The treatment for peripheral nerve damage depends on the reason for the nerve damage. If the nerve damage is a result of an infection or diabetes, antibiotics or regulating your blood sugar will help with nerve pain and reduce the risk of further nerve damage. Other treatments for nerve damage may be nerve blocks and steroid injections.

Vulvodynia: Vulvodynia is a painful condition that affects the opening of the vagina. The causes of vulvadynia are unknown, but it is believed that the causes include damage to the surrounding nerves, hormonal changes, allergies, or a history of sexual abuse. The symptoms of vulvodynia are pain near the vulva, itching, soreness, throbbing, stinging, and painful intercourse. The treatment for vulvodynia are antihistamines to reduce itching, behavioral therapy, local anesthetics, nerve blocks, relaxation techniques, and surgery.


La Peer Health Systems – The Department of Pain Management

8920 Wilshire Blvd #101

Beverly Hills, CA 90211 

(855) 360-9119 La Peer Surgery Center

[email protected]



Department of Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology is the medical and sugical specialty concerned with the eye, the visual pathways and the tissues around the eye. The Ophthalmologists here at LaPeer offer the latest eye surgeries
including cataract surgery, vitrectomy, tear duct surgery, orbital surgery and cosmetic surgery. Our doctors also provide the highest quality medical services and diagnostic testing.

La Peer Health Systems was also named one of the 100 Greatest Places To Work by Becker’s ASC Review. The list is compiled through nominations and editorial research and places are chosen based on benefits, wellness initiatives, development opportunities, and overall work environment. We take great pride in our professional and courteous staff and are honored to be included on Becker’s 2013 ASC Review.

If you have an eye complaint, or believe that you need treatment for an issue pertaining to your eyes or vision then please get in touch with us. You can do this via the online contact form or via phone or

Procedures offered include:

  • Cataract Extraction/phacoemulsification
  • Intraocular lens implantation
  • Pterygium excision
  • Strabismus (Eye muscle) surgery
  • Corneal surgery
  • Retina surgery
  • Vitrectomy
  • Scleral buckle
  • Membrane peel
  • Eyelid surgery
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Ptosis surgery
  • Ectropion repair
  • Entropion repair
  • Tumor excision
  • Brow lift
  • Eyelid reconstruction
  • scar revision
  • Tear Duct surgery
  • Dacryocystorhinostomy
  • Jones tube placement
  • Orbital surgery
  • Orbital decompression
  • Treatment of thyroid eye disease
  • Tumor biopsy/resection
  • Fracture repair
  • Enucleation
  • Evisceration
  • Exenteration

La Peer Surgery Center- Department of Ophthalmology

[email protected] Wilshire Blvd #101

Beverly Hills, CA 902118

(855) 360-9119

La Peer Health Systems Digestive Disease Program

Digestive disease can be severely disruptive to normal daily life and whether a disease in its own right or symptomatic of another underlying illness, each and every digestive complaint should be investigated.
At La Peer Health Systems, a team of twelve professional gastroenterologists and surgeons are on hand to discuss, diagnose, operate on, treat and follow up your condition so that you can make the most of life. You are also likely to be seen by qualified nurses, who will provide basic health care for you and ensure that you are comfortable at all times.

There are twelve qualified Doctors in La Peer Surgery Center’s Gastroenterology department, all of whom are very familiar with the digestive system and diseases that can affect it. No matter how complex your condition may be, your case will be looked at and dealt with on an individual basis. Procedures carried out at La Peer Surgery Center range from anal fissurectomies and tag excision, to umbilical hernia repair and pouchoscopies. The range of procedures is wide, and can be found on this page: L aPeer Health Services please select ‘gastroenterology’ on the left hand side of the screen to see the list of procedures included within the program.

If you are interested in undergoing or investigating any of the procedures that are part of the La Peer Health Systems Digestive Disease Program, then we recommend you get in touch.
La Peer Surgery Center- La Peer Health Systems Digestive Disease Program

(855) 360-9119

8920 Wilshire Blvd #101

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

[email protected]