About Dr. Birjandi

Dr. Birjandi has lived in Southern California since 1981.  She presently resides in Laguna Niguel with her 3 children and husband. Dr. Birjandi’s hobbies include yoga, gardening, cooking and her children’s extracurricular activites. Her children attend a French American school and are involved in musical arts, piano.  Dr. Birjandi recieved her Bachelor of Science degree from UCLA.  Thereafter she attended the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco, California, earning her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine in 1991.

Dr. Birjandi then completed her surgical residency in Los Angeles County.  Shortly thereafter, Dr. Birjandi began her private practice in the City of Long Beach.  There she was affiliated with several hospitals and gained a reputation as a highly skilled surgeon.

After practicing in Long Beach area for ten years, she relocated her practice to Mission Viejo in order to be closer to her residence.  She is presently on staff at Saddleback Memorial Hospital and local surgery centers.

Dr. Birjandi and her staff focus on delivering personalized high quality medical service in a carring atmosphere.  She takes a personal interest in each patient and treats them with the same concern and skill she would a member of her own family. Being fluent in 3 languages; Farsi, French, Spanish (just a little!) and English, gives Dr. Birjandi the opportunity to treat people from different parts of the world. 😛

From the Doctor

” It has always been my lifelong dream to pursue a career in the medical field.  My father and older brother are successful dentists, and they had a direct influence on my choice of becoming a doctor.  I chose podiatry specifically because I have always been fascinated by the miracel of how the foot functions, including the interaction between the circulatory, never and bone systems.  It has been my labor of love to help reduce the pain and suffering that so many people experience from a lifetime of wear and tear on this vital part of our body.”

“In dealing with my patients, it is always my desire to attempt to resolve a painful condtion or deformity without surgical repair, if posible.  I will discuss with each patient alternative methods of treatment, including orthotics, physical therapy, medication, etc.  When it is determined that surgery provides the best solution, I take time to make sure each patient understands what that entails, including any potential risks and complications.  I also take special care during the post-operative phase.”

“You deserve a podiatrist who puts your interest first, who has a passion for her work, and who cares about improving your ability to enjoy life through proper foot and ankle care.”