Welcome to Agoura-Los Robles Podiatry Centers!

Thank you for visiting ALRPC's website. With over 60 years of combined experience, Michael Zapf, Darren Payne, and Stephen Benson are here to help you with all your foot problems, and we have been so happy to serve the Thousand Oaks and Agoura Hills communities all these years. All three of our physicians are board certified surgeons with the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and Fellows of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. We perform a variety of procedures ranging from nail care to ingrown nails, and surgeries including bunions, hammertoe, neuromas, and more. Foot and ankle physical therapy is also a service we provide, with our two fantastic physical therapists, Amy Eschenberg and Kathy Deisinger. We hope you find the website informative, and if you have any questions please visit our contact page and call or email us!

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Call (818) 707-3668 to schedule an appointment at our Agoura Hills office.

Call (805) 497-6979 to schedule an appointment at our Thousand Oaks office.

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A few of our podiatric specialties...


Ingrown nails, bunions, neuromas, hammertoe, and ulcers are just a few of the surgeries we perform.


Biomechanical conditions such as flat feet can cause pain in your foot, ankle, leg, and hips.

Nail Care

For all things nail we can help, from clipping to debridement, ingrown toenails to nail fungus.

Laser Treatment for Fungus

We use the FDA approved Cutera Genesis Plus laser to help combat nail fungus.


Diabetes causes complications in the feet such as ulcers and neuropathy.

Children and Infants

We are experts with children, helping toe walking, orthotics, pigeon toes, growth problems, and more.


For a patient, Judith McCormick, with heel pain resistant to conservative treatment Dr. Zapf performed a micro-incision plantar fasciotomy in May 2008. "I was miserable. I couldn't walk at the end of day unless it was on my tiptoes." During this procedure Dr. Zapf made a small nick in the plantar fascia through a heel incision; small enough that it took only one suture to close. Before the procedure she rated her pain at a 10 of 10, and only six weeks later, she rated her pain tops out at a .5 of 10. "After surgery I had almost no pain. I took two tylenol the day of, and nothing after that, I am very pleased with the results!" Judith came into our office again today for an unrelated matter and told us that she still has not had any pain since the day of the surgery almost four years ago. Thanks Judith!
Judith McCormick

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