North Valley Orthopedic Institute, located in Mission Hills and Tarzana, California, provides exceptional orthopedic care and comprehensive rehabilitation services. Orthopedic surgeon Ramin Ganjianpour, MD, and his team are known for their skill, compassion, and taking time to learn about each person’s concerns.
Patients often seek the North Valley Orthopedic Institute team for their top-rated pain management, collaborative approach, and hands-on techniques. They embrace a conservative approach, using nonsurgical treatments and therapies like joint and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections whenever possible to avoid surgery.
When surgery is the best choice, patients can depend on the team’s extensive experience. They frequently perform minimally invasive surgery and surgeries to treat problems in the knee, hip, and shoulders. The team’s expertise includes minimally invasive joint replacements and arthroscopy.
As a full-service orthopedic practice, the team takes X-rays, treats broken bones, and manages a physical therapy department. With a focus on customized treatment plans that reduce recovery time, the team helps each patient regain optimal health and return to their best possible quality of life.
North Valley Orthopedic Institute welcomes people of all ages and accepts most insurance plans, workers’ compensation, and Medicare. To learn more about their services, call the nearest office or request an appointment online today.
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Ramin Ganjianpour, MD, is the founder of North Valley Orthopedic Institute in Mission Hills and Tarzana, California. He treats the full range of orthopedic injuries and diseases, with special expertise in minimally invasive total joint replacement of the knee, shoulder, and hip.
Dr. Ganjianpour graduated magna cum laude from the Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio, where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.
After an internship at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles County Medical Center, he finished his residency training in orthopedic surgery at the Albany Medical College, Albany Med Center, in Albany, New York. Then he completed a fellowship in total joint replacement and adult reconstruction at the Arthritis Institute in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
With a dedication to providing the best possible care, Dr. Ganjianpour is devoted to learning, keeping up with the latest orthopedic advances, and using them to improve his patients’ health. Dr. Ganjianpour is the chief of orthopedic surgery at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, California.