About Our Los Angeles Platelet Rich Plasma Specialists
Dr. Kamran Jamshidinia is a highly experienced, board certified foot doctor serving the greater Los Angeles area. His podiatry clinic is located in Beverly Hills where he oversees the care of patients suffering from foot and ankle ailments and injuries. He specializes in the art of aesthetic medicine, exclusively on non-surgical and surgical procedures to enhance, shape and improve function of a patient’s foot and ankles.
Dr. Jam now combines his technical skills of prp injections with his passion of cosmetic approaches in podiatric medicine. As one of the leaders in a growing field of regenerative medicine for joints, tendons and ligaments, Dr. Jam is one of the top podiatrists who utilize techniques such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy to accelerate healing for many acute and chronic athletic podiatric injuries and conditions. Dr. Jam is able to recommend minimally invasive treatment for many musculoskeletal injuries and ailments that would otherwise require surgery or become chronic untreatable conditions.
Dr Jam and Tower Foot & Ankle Surgery are also very proud of their seasoned staff of surgeons. The addition of Dr Ronny Alfandari in 2011 and Dr Saieh Khademi in 2014 have added talented podiatric surgeons to allow for improved access by referring physicians and patients from all around the globe.
The Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Center has grown to be one of the premier podiatric practices in Los Angeles. In addition to our staff of three gifted podiatric surgeons, our team includes caring front and back office staff, accredited hospital trade phlebotomy technicians. For patient convenience our practice is linked to Cedars Sinai Medical Center for inpatient surgery and care as well as outpatient care/surgery. We also utilize the areas most premier ambulatory surgical center (LAPEER HEALTH SYSTEMS/LAPEER SURGERY CENTER) which boasts a .6% infection rate.
Dr. Jam’s Education and Experience
Kamran Jamshidinia, DPM
California College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, CA – Diplomate
American Board of Podiatric Surgery Fellow,
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Post doctoral training:
- Veterans Administration-Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System – West Los Angeles, Rotating Podiatric Resident 1999-2000.
- Veterans Administration-Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System – West Los Angeles, Podiatric Surgical Resident-12 2000-2001. Training in all aspects of elective foot surgery, reconstructive foot surgery, ankle trauma and ORIF, diabetic limb salvage and complex wound care, inpatient management.
- OliveView UCLA Medical Center 2000-2001. Training in limb salvage, Foot and Ankle Trauma, Elective foot surgery, inpatient management, diabetic wound care.
Specialty Degrees & Certifications:
Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery 2003
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2003
Hospital & Surgery Center Affiliations:
Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital, West Los Angeles, CA
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
LaPeer Surgery Center/ LaPeer Health Systems
Membership in Professional Societies:
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Honors and Awards:
Chief Resident, Department of Veteran Affairs West Los Angeles 2000-2001
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The Khmer Rouge period (1975-1979) refers to the rule of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge political party over Cambodia. The four-year period saw the execution of approximately 3 million Cambodians leaving only six doctors, nurses and teachers to treat the entire country. The Khmer Rouge is commonly known as the Cambodian Holocaust or Cambodian Genocide (i.e. The Killing Fields).
The story begins 14 years ago, with a well-connected Jewish humanitarian with projects in Cambodia, a generous Japanese Shinto entrepreneur with a heart for the plight of the Cambodians, and an adventurous Christian couple dedicated to helping the poor around the world; they worked together to start the Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE in 1996. SHCH became the leading teaching hospital in Cambodia and is responsible for producing hundreds of medical professionals that are now serving the nation of Cambodia. The first Women’s Center with Pediatric Care opened in 2011, the first women’s center that will provide free care to those in need.
In October 2010 along with my wife Elaine and daughter Jennifer, we volunteered our services at SHCH. The success and growth of the medical care and teaching is outstanding. Cambodians are receiving desperately needed free medical care and Cambodian National physicians and nurses are being trained in first world medicine.
The year 2009 was a year of remarkable milestones. It marked the 1-millionth patient consultation at the SHCH. What a stunning achievement, to see a million people given life-saving medical treatment absolutely free of charge. As the number of patients grew the staff began to wonder who the millionth person might be. It was so moving that the 1-millionth patient turned out to be a widow and mother who was infected with HIV and was receiving life-saving treatment from the “Angel Hospital” as it is known around the country. Habitat for Humanity had just partnered with the SHCH, so she received not only her medication but a new home as well!
In 2009, a group of 24 individuals eager to contribute to the cause, created HOOPS FOR HOPE, a 24-hour basketball marathon where each player was committed to raise financial support of the SHCH. They exceeded their goal and more than $25,000 was raised. In 2010, Portland, OR joined in, raising the total contributions to over $50,000. This year HOOPS FOR HOPE has expanded with events in Boston, Portland, Los Angeles, and New Jersey for a combined goal of more than $100,000.
Calvin Johnson, MD & Pediatric Surgery Patient, SHCH Cambodia Oct 2010
Unbeknownst to those leading the SHCH, there was an affluent German family who had a heart for Cambodia and had lost their daughter in a tragic accident. They decided to build a hospital in her honor to help those who could not help themselves. They spent $8 million building a state of the art hospital in one of the most beautiful and underserved parts of the nation. Tragically, the patriarch of the family was taken ill and they realized that they were not going to see their dream come true. They began to search for someone who shared their same heart to serve the people of Cambodia. They heard about the “Angel Hospital” and had the opportunity to attend the 1-millionth patient ceremony. They were astonished to find their visions were so closely aligned and a potential partnership was conceived.
They immediately began negotiations to transfer ownership of their entire facility to Hope Worldwide to be operated as the Sonja Kill center of HOPE . All that is required is that HOPE Worldwide raise $1.5 million to open and operate this brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Hundreds of thousands of dollars of equipment have already been donated and the capital campaign has begun.