Dr. Philip Radovic has been practicing foot and ankle surgery and podiatric medicines for 30 years in Orange County California. His main office is in San Clemente where he lives and has raised his three children with his wife Tracey. Dr. Radovic is one of the more outstanding foot and ankle physicians in the country.
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He has trained and mentored foot and ankle surgeons and sports medicine specialists for over twenty five years; many who successfully practice in Orange County around the world having benefited from his guidance after they completed three years of surgical residency training.
He has been an elected leader by his peers and served on committees on virtually every hospital and surgery center in south Orange County. He is one of the very few triple board certified podiatric surgeons in the nation as well as podiatric sports medicine Fellow.
Dr. Radovic has maintained an ethical practice, uninfluenced by commercial interests and yet is sought out by multinational medical societies, journals and pharmaceutical corporations for non-compensatory consultancy advice and guidance.
Dr. Radovic specializes in revision of prior foot surgeries, Advanced Bunion Surgery, Non-Incision, Non-Surgical Heel Pain Treatment, Ankle Arthroscopy and Endoscopic Heel Surgery, as well as general foot/ankle care and complex surgery. He is published in internationally peer reviewed journals and holds
several seminal medically related patents under license. Dr. Radovic has been a regular on-air consultant with the nationally syndicated The Doctors television show.
Dr. Radovic’s philosophy is to seek the most effective, sensible, direct and economical treatment for a patient’s condition, always considering their life’s circumstance; social, emotional, economical and physical well being.
Dr. Radovic subscribes to the notion that his patients time is equal in value to his. Listening to the patient is an often lost talent, but it goes hand in hand with the Hippocratic oath. Dr. Radovic has a sincere devotion to the best interest of each patient’s care.
Dr. Radovic achieved a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Molecular-Cellular Developmental Biology in 1982 at the University of Colorado and went on to obtain a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine, from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1987. His 4th Year Podiatric Medical Education was accomplished at County USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, followed by a 2-year Podiatric Surgical Residency in Adult and Pediatric Reconstruction of the Foot and Ankle, Clinical Research, Clinical Medicine, Radiology, Orthopedics, Podiatric Sports Medicine, Diabetic Foot Care and Limb Salvage Techniques at Western Medical Center, Santa Ana/Anaheim.
Dr. Radovic has volunteered his services for over three decades. He was the Founder/Director of SouthWestern Podiatric Medical and Surgical Services, Camino Health Center Mission Hospital in San Juan Capistrano, CA. He offered his services to the Camino Health Center Mission Hospital as a Physician Volunteer and Member of the Board of Directors. He was also a Board Member for the Mission Hospital Community Benefits Program. He has served as a Physician Volunteer for LIGA The Flying Doctors of Mercy; the Baja Crippled Children's Project, the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic in San Francisco and the Peoples Clinic in Boulder, CO.