Experienced Podiatry Professionals
Welcome to Harbor Foot & Ankle Clinic
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to you from Harbor Foot & Ankle Clinic located in Aberdeen, WA. At our practice you will discover a positive and friendly team to serve you for all your podiatric needs. Providing you with the very best in foot-care is our goal, within a gentle and caring atmosphere, by a highly trained team of professionals and innovative techniques. So, whether you have been suffering from foot and ankle issues for a long time or have a recent injury causing you pain, we are committed to your care and comfort.
To achieve both quality and complete care, Dr. Sheikhizadeh will consult with you to help identify your foot and ankle issues. You and the doctor will then discuss treatment options, answer your questions and develop a plan to best serve your specific condition and needs.
We believe that the more informed you are the better prepared you will be in making decisions about your health and well-being. Enjoy browsing the website to become acquainted with our team, common medical conditions, and treatments available to you.
Thanks for your interest in Harbor Foot & Ankle Clinic. We’re here to help you!
Dr. Bijan Sheikhizadeh
Dr. Sheikhizadeh is an experienced and licensed podiatrist with over 1,100 surgical procedures.
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