14642 Newport Ave. Ste 450       Tustin, CA 92780  (714) 709-4944

4100 Central Ave. Ste 101  Riverside, CA 92506  (951) 642-1059




We like to know what our patients our thinking to help with continued quality control. After your first visit, you will be sent a survey so that you may help us continue to strive to reach excellence in patient care.



Patient Satisfaction Survey- Your Opinion Counts



"I have dealth with Edith each time and she has been friendly, informative, and professional."



"Dr. Mehtani was very thorough when explaining my condition and the procedure she needed to perform." -TOD



"I'm very happy with Dr. Kanda, top caliber in treatment and character." DM



"I feel very secure wiwth Dr. Kanda." MLR



"I like the fact that Dr. Mehtani gives you choices in treatment and medications and is truthful about results."- RT



"Staff has always been very friendly and helpful- from my first visit 2 years ago."- RT



"Very complete, professional and gentle."- HT




Would you like to give us your thoughts? Please feel free to email us at [email protected]



The foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles, and numerous tendons. Complex biomechanics keep all these parts in the right position and moving together. Given these intricacies, it is not surprising that most people will experience some problem with their feet at some time in their lives.

Within each foot, the essential structure can be summed up as follows:

  • Seven short tarsal bones make up the heel and back of the instep.
  • Five metatarsal bones spread from the back of the foot toward front and make up the structure for the ball of the foot. Each metatarsal is associated with one of the toes.
  • Fourteen phalanges, small bones, form the toe structure.
  • Tarsal and metatarsal bones provide the structure for the arch of the foot.
  • Bands of ligaments connect and hold all the bones in place.
  • A thick layer of fatty tissue under the sole helps absorb the pressure and shock that comes from walking and everyday movements.