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Dr. Khosroabadi and Foot & Ankle Alliance, would like you to know that the health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority.
In consideration of concerns around coronavirus (COVID-19), we have decided to temporarily suspend services at all our clinics.

For current patients whom are under treatment if you have a Foot & Ankle Emergency or questions or concerns you can call 818-408-2800 our staff
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If you have a medical emergency please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

Thank you,
Dr. Khosroabadi and Staff

Pain Above the Feet


The feet are the foundation of our whole body. The feet contain 1/4th of all the bones in our bodies and they are the base of support for our weight bearing joints. When the bones in the feet move in a way they are un-designed to move in, it can and will affect the body.

This results in usage of muscles that should not be utilized causing pain in our backs, legs, knees, hips, and other joints. The most common foot imbalance is excessive pronation.

This is when the feet roll in or flatten too much. This can cause increased rotation of your leg, knee, thigh, and hip resulting in pain. A number of symptoms such as anterior shin splints, knee pain, lower back pain, and bursitis in the hips are a result.

After performing a comprehensive examination, your podiatrist will determine a course of action based on you individual needs. They may suggest the use of orthotics to stop excessive pronation, the usage of ultrasound therapy, exercise, and icing.

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