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Dr. Ravaei is eager to help you with your foot problems in any way he can. When you visit his Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Inglewood, Huntington Beach, or Inland Empire offices for a cosmetic foot surgery consultation, he will ask you what concerns you most about your foot condition. Are you worried about how your foot looks? Is pain your primary issue? Are you coping with both? 

After finding out what concerns you most about your condition, he will design a treatment plan completely unique to your concerns. This plan could be surgical or non-surgical, as the condition requires. Foot surgery recovery is generally quick and our follow-up is always thorough. 

Below we have included some of the most common conditions that we treat at our Huntington Beach, Beverly Hills, Inland Empire, and Inglewood foot surgery facilities.
For more details about specific conditions, foot surgery, non-invasive treatments, and foot surgery recovery, click on the link for that category.

Bunion - A foot bunion is an enlargement of the joint at the base of the big toe joint.  It forms when bone or tissue at the joint is moved out of place. Click on the link for more details about the condition and treatment options.

Long Second Toe - This condition is hereditary. In this deformity, one of the end toe bones is extra long. Find out more about Long Second Toe, its causes and how Inglewood Foot Surgery can help.

Fungal nail infection - This infection of the nail requires timely treatment. Learn how our nail laser therapy resolves toe fungus quickly and painlessly

Athlete's Foot - Fungus between the toes or on the soles of the feet can lead to skin infection. See our online fact sheet to understand why it isn’t just athletes who get athlete’s foot.

Heel Pain Syndrome - This syndrome is the result of inflammation of the band of fibrous connective tissue running along the bottom of the foot, from the heel to the ball of the foot. Discover first-line strategies and other treatments for heel pain syndrome.

Neuroma - Also known as Morton’s Neuroma, this thickening of nerve tissue is usually caused by a compressed nerve between the third and fourth toes. Find out which symptoms determine surgical or non-surgical treatment on our Neuroma page.

Warts - This soft tissue infection is caused by a virus. To learn how we treat it, see our fact sheet for Warts.

Ingrown Nail - In this common toenail condition, the corner of the nail digs into the skin, causing pain and often infection. Get the facts about Ingrown Nail and don’t delay treatment.

Corns - This unsightly and often painful condition is caused by friction against the foot. Learn Corn treatment options here.

Hammertoe - Also known as “flat feet,” this syndrome shows up as contracture  (bending) of the toe at the first joint of the digit. Get full details on flat foot surgery and other treatment of Hammertoe here.

Brachymsetatarsia - Also known as Morton’s toe, this is a condition in which one of the five metatarsals (long bones of the foot) is unusually short. Read our Brachymetatarsia profile and discover how foot surgery can restore the foot’s healthy balance and appearance.

Tailor's Bunion - A deformity that causes pain on the outside of the foot, this type of bunion appears as a bump at the base of the little toe. View medical photos of Tailor’s bunion here and find out how 866-866-FEET can offer you relief.