Dr. Zadeh Now Performing Robotic Surgery at Northridge Hospital and MiVIP Surgery Center In Beverly Hills

As a general surgeon I have dedicated myself to providing my patients with the most advanced surgical care available today. The success I have achieved in my career is clear proof of how positive outcomes and superior patient care can pay off. I’m excited to share some recent changes that have taken place at my practice. I am now offering my patients the opportunity to have gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy), hernia surgery, and several other procedures using the da Vinci® Robotic Surgery technique – a minimally Continue reading →

That Lump Under Your Surgical Scar May Be An Incisional Hernia

Have you recently noticed a lump or a bulge in the area of a previous surgical scar? Chances are you have what’s called an Incisional Hernia. Incisional hernias can occur in up to 50% of surgical incisions. Both open and laparoscopic surgical procedures can result in incisional hernias afterwards. Below is some need-to-know information on Incisional Hernias. What is an Incisional Hernia? A hernia is a hole or gap in the muscles of the abdominal wall. In incisional hernias, this hole or gap forms underneath Continue reading →

Should You Get a Lumpectomy or Mastectomy?

So your recent diagnosis of breast cancer has left you confused. And, for good reason. No one expects to be diagnosed with breast cancer. After your diagnosis, it will seem like there are so many decisions to be made, with so little time. Most of them may not even make sense to you. As physicians, its our job to help provide some clarity when it comes to breast cancer treatment. Depending on how advanced your breast cancer is (what we in the medical field call Continue reading →

What is an Inguinal Hernia?

Hernias can form in different parts of the body. The two most common sites for a hernia are the belly button and the groin. The medical term for a belly button is an Umbilical Hernia. An inguinal hernia is the medical term for hernias that occur in the groin area. In an inguinal hernia the contents of the hernia can extend anywhere in the area between the abdomen and thigh. Who gets an inguinal hernia? An inguinal hernia can occur any time from infancy to Continue reading →

Pirates of the Operating Room

Medicine is more of a team sport than people may actually think. The doctors usually get most of the credit–but just like in sports–sometimes we’d never get as far were it not for our teammates. In surgery this team concept is critical. Surgeons are seen as the captains of the ship. But a successful voyage requires more than a strong captain. If the whole crew is not functioning on the same level then the ship can sink very easily. The best crews always keep their Continue reading →

Dr. Zadeh Recieves Best in Encino Award for 3rd Year in a Row!

U.S. Commerce Association’s Award Plaque Honors the Achievement NEW YORK, NY, July 10, 2013 — For the third consecutive year, Michael A. Zadeh, M.D., F.A.C.S. has been selected for the 2013 Best of Encino Award in the Physicians & Surgeons category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA). The USCA “Best of Local Business” Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USCA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are Continue reading →

Watch Dr. Zadeh on TV

Don’t forget to tune in to PBS tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. to see Dr. Zadeh’s appearance on “The American Health Journal”. Dr. Zadeh will be discussing hernias and a new type of hernia surgery. Set your DVRs!

Surgery for Treatment of Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease is a form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) or Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Approximately 600,000 people in the United States suffer from Crohn’s disease and almost 75% of them will need surgery at some point to help them control the disease. Dr. Zadeh was recently interviewed by Healthline about Crohn’s disease and when surgery becomes an option in the treatment of Crohn’s disease. You can read the entire article here: When is Surgery an Option for Crohn’s disease? Related articles New treatments offer hope Continue reading →

September is Client Appreciation Month: Special Offers on Botox and Juvederm!

We are very thankful to have patients like you! And to show our appreciation for all your support we are making the entire month of September “Client Appreciation Month” with exclusive specials just for you! All of our patients (past and present), fans of our facebook page, twitter followers, and members of our email list along with your friends and family will enjoy: Botox for only $10/unit (minimum 25 units) Juvederm Ultra XC $400/syringe Juvederm Ultra Plus XC $450/syringe All Consultations will be free! As always, Continue reading →