One of Northern California’s premier podiatry practices, Bay Area Foot Care offers a comprehensive line of medical services to care for a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions. With three board-certified podiatrists supported by a team of experienced health care professionals, you’ll be cared for by a knowledgable, compassionate team who will always put your health first. We’ve invested in some of the most advanced technologies in the field to help us accurately diagnose issues early, and treat them as quickly as possible. Plus, with three convenient locations in San Francisco, Castro Valley, and Dublin, access to expert foot and ankle care is always nearby. Please read on to learn more about our services.
Our Total Foot Wellness centers are the leading toenail fungus laser treatment practices in San Francisco, Castro Valley, and Dublin, California. Total Foot Wellness was established with the goal of effectively eliminating the embarrassment of toenail fungus (Onychomycosis) through a cutting edge laser treatment.
Our podiatry office specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of the non-healing wounds of the lower extremity. These wounds include diabetic ulcerations, pressure ulcerations, venous ulcerations and arterial/ischemic ulcerations of the lower extremity.
Dr. Reyzelman is actively involved in clinical research. He has been a primary investigator in multiple multi-center diabetic wound care trials. These trials typically involve investigating new state of the art wound care products, and devices.
Our office specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy. We utilize the latest non-invasive diagnostic modalities to establish the severity of peripheral neuropathy. After the diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy is confirmed, treatment is initiated.
Dr. Reyzelman is a qualified medical evaluator (QME) and an agreed medical evaluator (AME). He also performs second opinion consultations in personal injury cases and is available as an expert witness for cases in his area of expertise.
Orthotics are shoe inserts that are intended to correct an abnormal, or irregular, walking pattern. Orthotics are not truly or solely “arch supports,” although some people use those words to describe them, and they perhaps can best be understood with those words in mind. They perform functions that make standing, walking, and running more comfortable and efficient, by altering slightly the angles at which the foot strikes a walking or running surface.