Meet the Doctors
Dr. Robert Watkins, III and IV take care of the Lakers, Rams, Clippers, and Kings. Their work is valued not only by professional athletes but also by thousands of people who fly in to see them from around the country. Dr. Watkins,
Dr. Rosenberg chose podiatry because he saw it as being an “internist for the foot.” He was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey, but decided to learn about the West by attending the University of Arizona for his undergraduate work.
At the age of 20, a 4-ton hoist fell on Dr. Perry’s leg and only a motorcycle racing boot that he was wearing kept him from losing his leg. It took him four surgeries and six years to regain his ability to walk and run. During that time,
Dr. Lerebours was born in New York, the son of a Haitian immigrant father who was an ophthalmologist. He attended Howard University for medical school and was part of the Nth Dimension, which encouraged female and minority students to go into orthopedi...
Dr. Vokshoor was born in Tehran, Iran, where his father was a doctor. When he was nine, they moved to Virginia where he learned to do X-rays for his uncle, an orthopedic surgeon. Going to medical school, he inadvertently walked into the wrong operating...
Sports medicine chiropractor Dennis Colonello was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. His odyssey took him to some small towns north of Toronto before he married an American woman whose acting aspirations moved them to the Los Angeles area.
As a young child, Andrew Bulczynski and his family fled from Poland to Austria as refugees. After many stops, they settled in Toronto, Canada. He first became a dentist, but later switched into orthopedic surgery. A runner and skier,
At age 17, Tim Davis had to choose between becoming a professional water skier or a doctor. Over the past fourteen years, he’s become a premier FDA researcher who always seems to have at least two studies going. The name of his new clinic,
As a child, Fola May accompanied her Nigerian-American father back to West Africa and saw long lines of people with no access to medical care wait patiently for days to be seen. She decided to study the status of medicine globally as well as become an ...
David Kulber went into plastic and reconstructive surgery because it gave him a chance to create new surgeries. He has reconstructed severely deformed mounds of flesh into functioning hands on a young boy from Africa.