Dr. Bijan Sheikhizadeh
Dr. Bijan Sheikhizadeh was born and raised in Olympia, Washington and grew up exploring the forests of the Pacific Northwest. He attended Evergreen Christian School and Capital High School. He then headed East for college to Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Dr. Sheikhizadeh graduated from Creighton University with a B.S in Biology.
As a humanitarian, Dr. Sheikhizadeh visited New Orleans several times after Hurricane Katrina to help rebuild some of the tragically destroyed homes and architecture to help save the city. Dr. Sheikhizadeh then attended Podiatry School at Western University of Health Sciences near Los Angeles, California. Dr. Sheikhizadeh was highly motivated, and was able to achieve a 3- year surgical residency at Kingwood Medical Center in Houston, Texas. While in residence, Dr. Sheikhizadeh saw a very large volume of patients on a weekly basis, and was trained in every element of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. This included extensive experience with wound care and limb salvage, reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, and primary clinical/office-based Podiatric medicine. His case log exceeded 1,100 surgical procedures.
Dr. Sheikhizadeh has displayed a tremendous amount of care as well as the compassion for his patients and the clinical and surgical outcomes related to his work. He values practicing ethically and is interested in providing only the highest level of medical care possible to his patients. Dr. Sheikhizadeh is excited to join Harbor Foot and Ankle Clinic as its new owner and practitioner. He is equally excited about calling Aberdeen his new home town.
In his spare time, Dr. Sheikhizadeh enjoys hiking, surfing, and practicing his guitar.
Please meet your caring team, standing from left to right:
Alexie, Stephanie, Fae, LeeAnn and Alicia
The Team's number one goal is to exceed your expectations with our utmost respect. We like to say "we put our heart into your feet" to make you feel safe and make you feel better.
We thank you for considering us for your podiatric needs.