Dr. Brayton Campbell, DPM

Author Archives: Dr. Brayton Campbell

Achilles Tendinitis Treatment Do’s and Don’ts

Achilles Tendinitis Treatment Do’s and Don’ts

Even though the Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the human body, it’s prone to injury and in fact, Achilles tendonitis is one of the most common conditions presented in our offices. The majority of the Achilles tendon’s attachment is to the upper back portion of the heel. Pain and/or swelling in this area or along the tendon may read more »

CONTINUE READING →

Platelet Rich Plasma for the Treatment of Chronic Achilles Tendon Pain

Platelet Rich Plasma for the Treatment of Chronic Achilles Tendon Pain

The treatment of Achilles tendinopathy is a complex and difficult orthopedic pathology. Acute Achilles tendinitis typically responds well to nonoperative therapy including; rest, immobilization, anti-inflammatories, stretching, and physical therapy. However, sometimes the pain can become chronic and develop into tendinosis. Chronic Achilles tendinosis is a complex pathology involving microscopic degenerative injury to the tendon with local disruption of the collagen read more »

CONTINUE READING →

Ankle Sprain and Treatments

Ankle Sprain and Treatments

If you are like me or the other 25,000 people in the US who suffer an ankle sprain each day, then you have suffered through the recovery of an ankle injury. More than 1 million Americans present to emergency rooms annually because of ankle injuries. Approximately one-half of ankle injuries occur during athletic activity. Adolescents age 10-19 have 1.5x greater read more »

CONTINUE READING →
  • Yelp
    I love Dr Bob! I am a runner and my feet were hurting so badly that I wanted to stop doing the activity that I loved.  I went to him reluctantly on a recommendation from a friend and his friendly office staff brought ...
    A.M.
  • CustomerSure
    I'm thankful that you have Saturday office hours. Making appointments is easy. OVERALL VERY VERY SATISFIED.
    Michael S.
  • Yelp
    Dr. Morris took the time to listen, diagnose, and answer many questions I had.  In combination of his treatment, suitable ankle support, and physical therapy sessions, which prescribed by Dr. Morris, I was able to hea...
    Margaux H.
  • Prior to surgery, snowboarding had become extremely painful with numbness, sharp pain & an overall inability to have control over my foot. This past weekend I went snowboarding & was completely amazed at how incredibl...
    CC
  • CustomerSure
    I was very impressed with my experience at your office. From the quick appointment I got to the minimal wait upon arrival and the professionalism from the staff and doctor was all exceptional. I am very happy I chose ...
    Jamie L.
  • ZocDoc
    Dr. Yau is very compassionate, soft spoken and easy to talk to. He answers all your questions.
    Vriginia B.
  • Angies List
    I was treated very well. I have a recheck on Wednesday. Dr. Bob is very personable. He is the head of podiatry at UCLA Medical Center. He's been doing this kind of surgery for 17 years. He is very knowledgeable. He wa...
    Anonymous
  • Yelp
    I am so surprised by the negative reviews over insurance billing.  Everyone hates insurance companies and I consider myself lucky when insurance follows through and gets it right! If there is an issue with my insuranc...
    Steven L.
  • Yelp
    I am so grateful for Dr. Campbell!  He is very knowledgeable, skilled, thorough, and patient. His warm, friendly demeanor always keeps me calm (which is amazing for someone who gets as anxious as I do)!  During my f...
    Amanda S.
  • CustomerSure
    We love Dr. Franson & staff!
    Michael M.
Same day appointments now available!
or call 24/7:
  • University Foot & Ankle, a Preferred Provider to:
  • UCLA Health System - UCLA Medical Group
  • MPTF - Member Industry Health Network
  • Cirque du Soleil
  • ATP - Association of Tennis Professionals
  • And consulting physicians for:
  • C&S - Cedars-Sinai
  • Saint John's Health Center