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endowed chair in his honor in 2004.
In 2010, Dr. Klein was named a consultant to the FDA.
Since opening his private practice in 1975, Dr. Arnold William Klein has offered the very best in dermatology and cosmetic surgery. Widely regarded as the father of modern cosmetic dermatology, he pioneered the field of minimally invasive aesthetics and developed the injection techniques for Botox, Collagen, and Restylane.
Dr. Klein realized the value of skin's beauty at a very early age, when he suffered severe burns, causing him to wear long sleeves until he turned 21 years old. The burns also opened his eyes to aesthetics, as he began to envision and appreciate various forms of beauty. In the 1960s, under the influence of Andy Warhol and Louie Kahn, he developed a love of the visual arts. When he came to California for his internship, he met a seminal group of artists -- including John Baldessari, Frank Gehry, Robert Graham, Ed Rusha and Ed Moses -- that further influenced his perspective on beautiful forms, especially the human face. His precise, refined technique reflects this artistic sensibility and makes him unique among cosmetic dermatologists.
Not only does Dr. Klein run a very busy, prestigious practice, he also volunteers as a Professor of Medicine and Dermatology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Additionally, the UCLA Division of Dermatology named an endowed chair in his honor in 2004.
In 2010, Dr. Klein was named a consultant to the FDA.
Dr. Zonner is Board Certified in Family Practice. He also practices and provides expertise in the related field of Occupational Medicine. Over the past several years he has worked with and developed excellent relationships with employers in various industries. He has an excellent track record at effectively caring for injured workers to return to duty in the safest, quickest way possible.
He achieved his Bachelor of Arts in Biology MCD (Molecular Cellular Developmental). He attended Midwestern University in Chicago, Illinois where he received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. The doctor completed his internship and residency training in Family Medicine at Botsford General Hospital in Detroit with a sub-specialty fellowship in Sports Medicine at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's in Chicago.
At age 32, he was selected to become one of the youngest head team physicians in the PAC-10 conference, now known as the PAC-12. He was the Team Physician for Arizona State University.
Dr. Zonner moved his family to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2004. His experience and practice has encompassed the treatment of family medicine, sports injuries and Occupational Health.
Dr. Sturgill is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine, a Fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians, a Fellow in the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, and a past EMS Commissioner for the State of California. He chaired the State of California's Trauma Advisory Committee for several years.
Dr. Sturgill holds BS and MS degrees from UCLA in Biochemistry, a Doctor of Medicine from Oral Roberts University School of Medicine, and a JD from Concord University. He completed residencies in Internal and Emergency Medicine at UCSF/Fresno.