One of Orange County’s leading practitioners in both preventative and surgical care of the foot and ankle. Learn More
Diagnosis & Therapy
Family Foot & Ankle offers comprehensive care & advanced diagnosis of foot and ankle disorders.Learn More
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Dr. Farajian is a board-certified podiatrist. We welcome you to our office and promise the very best care possible for every one of our patients, using the latest, pain-free technology to relieve foot ailments. Call us to set up an appointment 714-842-7277. To learn more about foot and ankle conditions, visit the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons’ patient education website, FootHealthFacts.org.
Arthritic Foot Conditions
Black Toe Nail
Diabetic Foot Problems
Foot and Ankle Fractures
Foot and Ankle Injuries
Hallus Valgus/Bunion Deformity
High Arched Feet
Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spur
Leg and Foot Ulcers
Foot & Ankle Pain
Ankle sprains, Achilles Tendon rupture, blisters on the feet, Turf toe, claw foot, metatarsal fracture, inflammation, Morton’s syndrome...
Family Foot & Ankle
We Understand Your Podiatric Problems
Swelling, redness, pain or unusual tenderness or perhaps some numbness or burning sensation over the base of the great toe or ball of the foot.
Discomfort on the bottom of the heel with the very first few steps in the morning or after a period of prolonged sitting or standing.
Many Achilles tendon injuries are caused by tendinitis, in which the tendon becomesswollen and painful.
“I researched several doctors in Huntington Beach before choosing Dr. Elle. After seeing all of her certifications and reading about her experience I decided to make an appointment. Her staff Dorothy is amazing. They are caring and kind to everyone and Dr. Elle is a treasure. You can tell that she really cares about his patients and take meticulous care with details, which I love. The facility is clean and comfortable and close to my other doctors. I hope I don’t have to have any more foot surgeries, and I feel very well taken care of with Dr. Elle. Thank you!”
“As a mother it was difficult for me to go through a bunion removal. I waited for years and hated the way my feet looked, but it was too scary. Some of the other podiatrists I visited for a consultation didn’t seem to have time for me, and I just didn’t feel comfortable. My friend recommended Dr. Farajian and I had to write this review to talk about the wonderful experience I had with her. The surgery was painless and I was back on my feet right away which as a mother, was a gift from God. I loved her staff and how she made me feel so much at ease with the whole process. I highly would recommend her.”
“As a consequence of Dr. Farajian’s professionalism, genuine caring, experience and service, I have not been on crutches for the last four years and three months! We do schedule infrequent but periodic appointments where she will occasionally make minor adjustments to keep the pressure off my knee. Based on my experience, anyone who chooses to utilize her services will be well served.”
Ted Gregory, CFP
“Dr. Elle Farajian may have single-handedly restored my faith in doctors. She was extremely professional yet personable which eased the anxiety of getting my procedure done as I have had less than favorable experiences in the past. She is fantastic!”
“Dr Farajian is a patient doctor who listens to my concerns and answers them thoroughly. She saw me immediately after my accident and brought me hope that I would make a full recovery. With her expertise, that recovery has happened! I love Dr Farajian!!”
“Dr. Farajian has been assisting me for over 7 years and would highly recommend to anyone. She’s patient and a surgeon which gives her a deep understanding of the underlying issues with the foot/ankle.”
Many times the problems in your feet and ankles go away with time, rest, ice, anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) and shoegear changes. Sometimes those problems won’t go away, and that’s when you probably need a podiatrist’s help and expertise. If you have doubts, it’s better to be safe than sorry – contact us for an appointment.
This is especially important if you have just had surgery. Do not be afraid to call our office. If there is a problem, it is better to deal with it sooner rather than later. Possible problems could be an infection, tight dressing, DVT (deep vein thrombosis) or compartment syndrome. There are many treatment options for dealing with pain, but the first step is to figure out what is causing the pain. Contact our office right away.
A lump or bump that is getting bigger and is painful should be looked at by a podiatrist. It may turn out to be a type of cyst, but there is also a chance it could be something more serious such as a tumor. Tumors in the foot are rare, but do sometimes occur. Contact us for an appointment.
These three things can be signs of neuropathy, which can cause decreased sensation in your feet. Diabetes is one of the many things that can cause neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy is a condition that needs to be followed by a podiatrist. Having neuropathy puts you at increased risk for developing foot ulcers.
American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgeons
American Podiatric Medical Association
California Podiatric Medical Association
American Board of Podiatric Surgery
American Diabetes Association
International Aesthetic Foot Society
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Huntington Beach Hospital
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