Our exclusive surgical center offers innovative and proprietary treatments for complex foot and ankle injuries, disorders, and deformities. We’re the world authority on short toe syndrome (brachymetatarsia) correction and provide specialized care that ranges from surgical corn removal to foot and ankle reconstruction. Whether you’re living with painful or unsightly bunions or hammertoes or need surgery to ensure a complete recovery from athletic injuries, Khosroabadi Institute delivers the expert care you need to get back on your feet.
When your busy schedule doesn’t allow for the months of downtime associated with traditional bunion surgery, Khosroabadi Institute’s exclusive AMI-BUNION® correction method can get you back on your feet – quickly, safely, and more comfortably than ever. Created by esteemed foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi, DPM, Dr. K, the advanced minimally invasive technique is an outpatient procedure designed to reduce pain and recovery time. Don’t put off the exceptional care your feet need to look and feel their best. Contact us to schedule an appointment for a consultation.
While conservative treatments can help manage mild pain and discomfort, surgical correction is the only way to remove a bunionette permanently. Think you don't have time for surgery and the associated recovery period? Think again. At Khosroabadi Institute, Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi, DPM, called Dr. K, offers an advanced minimally invasive method. Known as the AMI-BUNIONETTE™, this outpatient procedure eliminates bunionettes with little to no pain, swelling, scarring, or downtime compared to traditional techniques.
If you're suffering from a painful hammer toe, you don't have to put up with it or undergo a long and painful surgery with a lengthy recovery period. At Khosroabadi Institute, Dr. K performs his exclusive AMI-HAMMERTOE® correction procedure to help patients recover and get back on their feet faster than ever. The advanced minimally invasive method offers exceptional results, including little to no pain, scarring, or downtime.
As a leading expert in short toe syndrome and toe lengthening surgery, Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi, DPM, offers advanced surgical options that provide permanent results. With his expertise and innovative techniques, patients can achieve improved foot appearance and function, enhancing their quality of life. Learn more about the transformative surgical solutions Dr. K offers at Khosroabadi Institute in Los Angeles.
Brachymetatarsia (or short toe syndrome) is when one or more of the bones in the front of the foot is much shorter than the others. This foot condition may affect any of the five metatarsals, but it usually happens to the fourth. Surgical intervention can improve the foot's appearance and restore full mobility.
Bunions typically result from an imbalance in the foot's structure, leading to the misalignment of the metatarsophalangeal joint. While non-surgical treatments like wearing orthotic devices, using padding, and applying ice packs can provide temporary relief, severe or persistent bunions may require surgical intervention.
Bunionettes are similar to bunions but occur at the base of the pinky toe. They have multiple causes, including poor fitting footwear, inherited foot shape or structure, trauma, and inflammatory diseases such as arthritis. Learn how they are diagnosed and how our minimally invasive bunionette surgery prevents even the most stubborn bunionettes from coming back.
Clubfoot, also known as talipes equinovarus, is a congenital condition where one or both feet are twisted or turned inward. The foot may point downward and inward, with the heel turned upward. The affected foot may also be smaller and have less muscle development than the other foot. Children with clubfoot can be treated using the Ponseti Method.
Clubfoot is a congenital deformity that causes the affected feet to turn in at the ankle, making walking painful and difficult. Early intervention can help infants born with clubfoot lead healthy, active lives. At Khosrobadi Institute in Los Angeles, Dr. Alireza Khosroabadi, DPM, uses the renowned Ponseti Method to painlessly and effectively correct clubfoot in babies and children.
Hammer toes are a foot deformity characterized by an abnormal bending or curling of one or more toes. The name "hammer toe" comes from the toe's resemblance to a hammer or a claw, as the toe bends upward at the middle joint and downward at the joint closest to the foot. This can be quite painful, but surgical treatment can correct the issue and get you back on your feet.