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We look forward to seeing you.
Our staff is committed to providing you with quality and convenient service. Please do not hesitate to let us know if there is anything else we can do to meet your individual needs.
OUR SUPPORT STAFF ////
Our small, enthusiastic, caring team of office professionals are happy to assist you during your treatment. Whether they’re checking you in or rooming you, you’ll be sure to get a smile.
Pam has enjoyed being Dr.Sokoloff’s assistant since 1995. Pam is a Certified Podiatric Medical Assistant as well as a Registered Podiatric X-Ray Technician.
Jessica is our Practice Manager as well as a Certified Medical Assistant. She has been in the Medical field since 1998. Jessica will be glad to assist you with insurance questions, billing, or any other questions or concerns you may have
Earlier this spring I had a stress fracture of my second metatarsal. I had gone to John Muir emergency over the weekend and been told I probably had Morton’s Neuroma … WRONG! Dr. S. quickly diagnosed the stress fracture and the proper treatment — 8-10 weeks in a walking cast boot but my foot did heal and is fine now. I would give 5 stars for his expertise, but the wait time is sometimes lengthy and he is so busy that you feel pretty rushed through your appointment..
The human foot and ankle are complex and intricate containing many separate bones, numerous joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels. Consequently, the foot and ankle are subject to more disease and damage than any other part of the body. The animations below are an example of a few of the current procedures performed and disorders treated by Dr.Sokoloff.
75% / Seventy-five percent of Americans will experience foot health problems of varying degrees of severity at one time or another in their lives.