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Dr Ki Choe graduated from the University of California Los Angeles and attended the California School of Podiatric Medecine in San Fransisco, California. He completed his residnecy and the Western Medical Center in Santa Ana/ Anaheim and then the South Western Podiatric Surgical residency where he completed an intensive 4 year surgical program. First year emphasis is on diabetic limb salvage with Pima Native American tribe in Arizona. The Pima Nation has the worst cases of diabetes in the world. The emphasis of years two-four is on comprehensive foot and ankle surgery with extensive training in sports medicine, general medicine and pediatric foot ailments. Whether you have heel pain, foot pain from plantar fasciitis, bunions, from an ankle sprain, or from a neuroma Dr. Ki Choe is your leading source of podiatric care.
Verified Patient Reviews
Really did not help. Did not take any ex-rays, or much of a check. Still having pain. Not very happy with our experience
Really great doctor. Very patient, listened to all my questions, and did not try to sell me any expensive procedures or devices. He just gave me very helpful advice for stretching and massaging my plantar fascia and even answered my fiancee's questions about her hip. Very positive experience. Highly recommended.
Very knowledgeable and nice!
I was running VERY late & both he and his office staff made me feel extremely comfortable about still coming in and I was not rushed at all. Dr has a great bedside manner and was very thorough.
good guy, and,and at 85 I've seen a few. knew his stuff,fixed what I came in for, and I've set up a bi-monthly set of appointments. if he keeps it up, you won't hear further-- if he doesn't,both him and you will hear from me!!
The doctor was able to get us another appointment right away, because we weren't able to make it to our first appointment. He was very professional.
Really was impressed! Excellent service!!
Dr Choe, took his time to examine my foot injury, decided against Xrays and to get me scheduled for an MRI, an Xray wouldnt show anything besides a broken foot/toe which isnt the problem... He needs to see what the MRI comes back with to give me the proper options. I am hopefull that he can get my foot/toe back to normal :)