Welcome to Our Office
At Morgan Hill Foot and Ankle Center, our highest priority is delivering quality care to our patients in a comfortable, convenient and professional setting.
Visit us at our Morgan Hill office during the following hours:
- By Appointment Only
- By Appointment Only
The Highest Standard of Podiatric Care
Quality Foot and Ankle Care
"When you feet hurt, everything hurts", or so the saying goes. This is why you need a foot and ankle specialist you can trust. Someone who will listen to your needs and will correctly diagnose you and treat you with the latest in evidence based medical breakthroughs. Our office provides you a comfortable setting with the newest and most up to date technologies. Our friendly physicians will give you the individualized attention you require to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.
As board certified podiatrists serving the South Bay cities (San Jose, Los Gatos, Morgan Hill, Gilroy, Hollister and Salinas), we believe that informed patients make better decisions when it comes to their health and well being. As a result, we encourage you to visit our Educational Resources page and familiarize yourself with the vast array of lower extremity conditions that may be affecting your health. This section covers a full array of pathologies and treatments associated with the foot and ankle. Feel free to look through these anytime you have an interest or concern to see if we could be of any assistance.
Comfortable and Convenient Setting
Our office was started in an effort to serve the patients of the South Bay cities, especially Morgan Hill, Gilroy, Hollister and Salinas where there has been a high demand for foot and ankle specialists. After listening to the needs of our patients who drove long distances to see us at our other locations, we decided to open at this location to better serve the people of the community. At Morgan Hill Foot and Ankle Center, we strive to make our office as accessible and convenient as possible for our patients and have made sure to acquire the latest technologies to better serve our community.
Let us help you get back on your feet
Ankle sprains are caused by an unnatural twisting or force on the ankle bones of the foot, often causing ligaments on the outside of the ankle to be stretched or torn.
Bunions are misaligned big toe joints that can become swollen and tender, causing the first joint of the big toe to slant outward, and the second joint to angle toward the other toes.
Flat feet are a common condition. In infants and toddlers, the longitudinal arch is not developed and flat feet are normal. The arch develops in childhood, and by adulthood, most people have developed normal arches.
Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third or fourth toes. In this condition, the toe is bent at the middle joint, resembling a hammer. Left untreated, hammertoes can become inflexible and require surgery.
Plantar fasciitis (or heel pain) is commonly traced to an inflammation on the bottom of the foot. Our practice can evaluate arch pain, and may prescribe customized shoe inserts called orthoses to help alleviate the pain.
A chronic infection caused by various types of fungus, Athlete's foot is often spread in places where people go barefoot such as public showers or swimming pools.
Dr. Sara Karamloo
Growing up on the East Coast, Dr. Sara Karamloo endured many injuries to the lower extremities on her journey to becoming a ballerina. The ultimate injury not only forced her into early retirement, but turned her focus and passion for dance to the field of podiatry. After graduating Magna Cum Laude in sociology and pre-medical studies from George Washington University in Washington, DC, she was subsequently accepted to Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Here she received many scholarships for her academic achievements and was inducted into the Pi Delta National Podiatric Medical Honor Society. Dr. Karamloo completed one year of surgical residency at Kennedy Memorial Hospital (University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey), prior to completing an additional three years at Yale University Hospital in New Haven, CT. Throughout her residency, Dr. Karamloo worked closely with world-renowned physicians and received training in all aspects of the foot and ankle medicine and surgery. Her training includes diabetic limb salvage, with an emphasis on Charcot reconstruction, plastic surgery techniques for wound coverage and reconstructive foot and ankle surgical techniques. She prides herself on providing the latest evidenced based medical treatments for her patients. Dr. Karamloo is affiliated with Good Samaritan Hospital, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos and Washington Hospital in Fremont, California. Dr. Karamloo is board certified and is an associate of The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a member of The American Board of Podiatric Medicine. She has published throughout various medical journals and is a regular medical contributor to the Foot Vitals website. Dr. Karamloo is eager to meet you and start you on the path of recovery and healing.
Dr. Amir Dastgah
Dr. Amir Dastgah received his undergraduate degree from University of The Pacific in Stockton, California. He then attended San Francisco State University where he completed a post baccalaureate in Biochemistry and Neuroscience. Dr. Dastgah earned his medical degree from California School of Podiatric Medicine and went on to complete four years of intense surgical training by some of the top doctors in the country. Dr. Dastgah’s residency training began at Staten Island University Hospital (Long Island Jewish), which is not only the fifth largest hospital in New York City, but is the largest limb salvage center throughout the five boroughs. Under the supervision of leading foot and ankle Orthopedic, Podiatric and reconstructive Plastic surgeons, and alongside other specialties he developed an understanding of a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care. Being at a level-1 trauma center, as well as a state of the art wound care center, provided him with a high volume inpatient and outpatient management experience. His hard work earned him the coveted and prestigious chief resident position among his peers. For his fourth and final year of surgical training Dr. Dastgah attended Beth Israel Medical Center-Mount Sinai/ Einstein School of Medicine in the heart of Manhattan, where he was again honored with the title of chief resident. Here he was able to further hone his surgical skills in correction of various foot and ankle deformities. His rigorous, rare and extremely diverse four year surgical residency training, which less than five percent of all podiatrists have, has provided him the opportunity to be exposed not only to all aspects of foot and ankle surgery, but all facets of medicine. Dr. Dastgah specializes in all aspect of Podiatric Medicine and Adult Reconstructive Foot and Ankle surgery. Throughout his career he has published throughout medical journals and presented at national conventions on topics of foot and ankle surgery. His training has allowed him the opportunity to be trained by world renowned physicians and surgeons. He has been exposed to trauma of the foot and ankle, diabetic limb salvage, endoscopic and arthroscopic procedures, internal and external fixation techniques, as well as traditional reconstructive surgeries of the foot and ankle. Dr. Dastgah is always ready and eager to learn about the latest technological advances in the treatment of foot and ankle pathologies. He is affiliated with Good Samaritan Hospital, El Camino Medical Hospital Los Gatos and Washington Hospital in Fremont, California. Dr. Dastgah's interests are in treatments of foot and ankle arthritis, foot and ankle arthroscopy, osteochondral lesions of talus, brachymetatarsia , limb deformity correction, pediatric and adult flatfoot correction. As a personal trainer and avid soccer player, he enjoys treating all types of sports related injuries. Dr. Dastgah is board certified and is an associate of The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and a member of The American Board of Podiatric Medicine.