2625 W. Alameda Avenue, Suite 314
 Burbank, CA 91505
Tel. 818 841-8400
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Tips on Podiatry, Los Angeles Podiatrists and Podiatrist Burbank CA and Podiatrist Glendale CA

A podiatrist is an essential member of your health care provider team.  Podiatry and the care of foot and ankle conditions are often overlooked, until there is a problem.  Foot specialists and, indeed, all medical professionals will tell you that preventive medicine is the best medicine, so it pays to have a good foot doctor.

When it comes to podiatry Los Angeles and the surrounding area, there is a number of excellent practitioners.  If you are looking for a podiatrist Burbank CA,the area is home to
Dr. Artin Gevorgian and the Burbank Foot and Ankle Podiatry Center, located across from Providence St. Joseph Medical Center.  Dr. Gevorgian is affiliated with Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, and he is also affiliated with Glendale Memorial Hospital.  Dr. Gevorgian is board certified in podiatric orthopedics, as well as primary podiatric medicine.  He handles all levels of podiatric cases -- from ingrown toenails to foot surgery.

If you are having a problem with your foot or ankle, Dr. Gevorgian can help you.  As he likes to alert his patients, pain in your foot isn’t normal.  At the first sign of foot pain, you should make an appointment with your podiatrist.  If you follow their guidelines about maintenance, you can ensure proper health of your feet and ankles throughout your life.

There are a number of reasons people develop foot and ankle problems.  Los Angeles podiatrists see many problems that arise from exercise and fitness regimens.  If you are thinking about taking up running or aerobics or some other fitness regimen, it’s always a good idea to check with your podiatrist Los Angeles. Los Angeles is also a center of high fashion, and many problems with your feet and toes can be caused or exacerbated by ill-fitting shoes.  High heels are one of the biggest culprits.  Wearing high heels can lead to a number of ailments, including hammer toe, plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs, neuromas, corns, calluses and more.