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Toenail Fungus Beverly Hills CA

Zap Your Toenail Fungus With Laser Therapy

Lasers are leading the way in treating toenail fungal infections. Toenail fungus, known as Onychomycosis, is a rather common problem and begins at the root of the nail. As the fungus grows and spreads, the toenail root is damaged, creating an unhealthy nail. Read on to learn if you have toenail fungus and how laser… Read More


Neuroma Beverly Hills, CA

Your Foot Tingling could be a Neuroma

Does it feel like there are small pebbles under your foot or shooting pain into a toe? Do you feel an electric sensation, numbness, burning, or tingling in the toes or feet? These are all symptoms of a neuroma. When nerves become injured and swollen, it is called a neuroma. Severe injury to a nerve… Read More


Corns and Calluses Beverly Hills, CA

Corns vs. Calluses

Corns and calluses are both frustrating and annoying and can often be mistaken for one another. Let’s identify the differences between these two skin conditions to help you determine the best route for treatment. What is it? A corn typically develops at a point of pressure on the body. For instance, on the bottoms of… Read More



Heel Pain Beverly Hills, CA

Healing your Heel Spurs

Are you an avid runner or jogger? Do you have diabetes or flat feet? These and other factors put you at risk of developing heel spurs. A heel spur develops on the underside of the foot over many months. If the foot muscles and ligaments are strained or the membrane that shields the heel bone… Read More


Flat Feet Beverly Hills, CA

Foot Pain? You might have Flat Feet

Leg pain, achy feet, difficulty standing on your toes, and back pain are all symptoms of flat feet or fallen arches. Many individuals have flat feet but do not always show the signs. Flat feet result when the tendons in your foot do not pull together correctly and there is little or no arch. Typically,… Read More


Dr. Soomekh Named Top Doctor in LA Magazine

Proud Top doctor Sometimes we have to brag just a bit…. Dr. David Soomekh has been chosen to be listed among a select few Foot and Ankle Specialists for LA Magazine’s Top Doctor issue for 2018. The Top Doctors list is the first of its kind from LA Magazine. This issue lists the doctors in… Read More


Hammer Toe Beverly Hills, CA

How to Know if you are at Risk for Hammertoe

When there are a muscle and ligament imbalance around the joint of the toe, hammertoe can result. This imbalance can force the middle toe of the joint to bend and get stuck. Those with hammertoe often report feeling pain on the top of the bent toe. Toes that curl instead of the buckle are also… Read More


Bunion treatment Beverly Hills, CA

Bunion Basics

A bunion occurs when the base of the large toe thrusts outward toward the first metatarsal bone. A bony and sometimes painful bump will form at the base of the big toe. This is called a bunion. Normally, the toes bend at a joint when you walk. With a bunion, the entire weight of your… Read More



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