Dr. Baharloo, D.P.M

Dr. Banafsheh Baharloo, D.P.M

Dr. Baharloo completed her undergraduate degree with summa cum laude, majoring in Chemistry, in Houston Texas. She then went on to graduate with honors and receive her Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, where she was named amongst the “Who’s Who, Among Students in American Universities . She then completed a rigorous top tier three-year surgical residency program at West Houston Medical Center where she obtained extensive training in forefoot and rearfoot reconstructive surgery, wound care, and limb salvage with a particular interest in new techniques in reconstructive surgery. She excelled during her residency, having more than tripled the required surgical cases needed for completion of her program. Her intense surgical training included total ankle replacements, major foot and ankle reconstructions, Achilles Tendon repairs, Arthroscopic techniques, trauma, and countless other surgeries. She also participated in several research studies during her time in residency. Dr. Baharloo is also currently board qualified in Foot Surgery and in Reconstructive Rear Foot & Ankle Surgery with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. She is also a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association, Texas Podiatric Medical Association, and American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management.  She is truly a rising star in the podiatric field and we are very fortunate to have her as a part of the team.
Dr Baharloo’s excellent surgical skills are only surpassed by her compassion and love of taking care of patients.  This shines through in her kind personality and her infectious positive outlook and can-do attitude.  As patients get to know her, they quickly come to fall for her charms, and are always impressed by her vast knowledge regarding their foot and ankle conditions.  Her cultural sensitivity and empathetic nature stem from her early upbringing in
Shiraz, Iran, where kind hospitality is a way of life.  Her Persian background also accounts for her fluency in Farsi.
Dr. Baharloo enjoys painting, sculpture, cycling and gardening in her free time. Dr. Baharloo is married and lives in Sugar Land with her husband Dr. Steinhauser.