Dr. Amir Lebaschi, D.P.M.

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Dr. Amir Lebaschi, D.P.M.

Dr. Amir Lebaschi

Dr. Amir Lebaschi grew up in Germany and received his bachelor’s degree from Technical University in Krefeld, Germany. He is a graduate of the California College of Podiatric Medicine and completed an extensive three year foot and ankle Surgical Residency at Doctors Hospital of West Covina, Kaiser Hospital in West Los Angeles and Veterans Affairs Hospital in New Jersey. His podiatric office is conveniently located in Santa Ana and serves the greater Orange County community.

Dr. Lebaschi dedicates himself to educating his patients on how to make their feet last a lifetime.  As a respected podiatric surgeon, he has delighted many patients with his talented skills in correcting painfully deformed or injured feet and ankles.  Dr. Lebaschi believes that surgery should be a last resort and therefore offers many conservative, non-surgical treatments for most foot or ankle problems. 

Dr. Lebaschi believes his patients deserve to have comprehensive information available to make good choices about their foot care. He has a special interest in Diabetic patients care, trauma and sports-related injuries.

Dr. Lebaschi lives in Irvine with his wife and daughter. He is an avid sports lover and regularly enjoys jogging and bicycling. He has many athletes among his patients including runners, tennis players and former Olympians.

If you have any questions for Dr. Amir Lebaschi, ask the doctor today!


PM-S 36 Podiatric Surgical Residency in Kaiser Hospital,
Doctors Hospital of West Covina, Southern California and
Veteran Affairs Hospital, New Jersey

California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt
University, Oakland, California
Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine

College of San Mateo, San Mateo, California
Science Curriculum

The University of Niederrhein, Germany
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering


2010 ACFAS, 68th Annual Scientific Conference
ACFAS, Coding Course
AO Fixation Course, Orlando, FL
Wound VAC workshop, San Antonio, TX
2009 Arthroscopy Course, Chicago, IL

2008 ACFAS, 66th Annual Scientific Conference
ACFAS, Plastic Surgery Surgical Skills Courses
Wound VAC workshop at San Antonio, TX

2007 ACFAS, 65th Annual Scientific Conference
ACFAS, Challenging Foot and Ankle Procedures Course
ACFAS, External Fixation Technique Workshop
SBI Essentials of Circular Fixation in Foot & Ankle.
Philadelphia, PA

2006 ACFAS, 64th Annual Scientific Conference
ACFAS, No Bones About It- Soft tissue Course
ACFAS, Trauma Surgical Skills Course
ACFAS, Major Foot Deformity External Fixation Pre-
Conference Workshop

2005 External Fixation Course, Pre-meeting Workshop Diabetic
Foot Update
Diabetic Foot Update: Charcot Reconstructive
Advanced External Fixation, Taylor Spatial Frame

2004 Charcot Reconstruction Utilizing External Fixation:
A Surgical Workshop
ACFAS, 62nd Annual Scientific Conference
ACFAS Foot and Ankle Applications of Circular Frames

2001 Student Mentor for new students

1998 - 2000 Clinical volunteer at Santa Clara Clinic

1998 Licensed Phlebotomist


  • 2002 Bacteria and their effect of Osteomyelitis in the foot
  • 1998 Instructed College of San Mateo students to conduct self-examinations for Cancer prevention


  • 2002 - 2003 Secretary of Class of 2004
  • 2001 Wound Care coordinator
  • 2000 Treasurer of Geriatric Club


  • California
  • Nevada


  • American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management
  • American Diabetes Association
  • American Podiatric Medical Association
  • California Podiatric Medical Association
  • Orange County Podiatric Medical Association


  • German, Farsi


  • Sport and Music