Board Certified Podiatrist
Qualified Medical Examiner for the state of California Industrial Medical Council
Fellow of the American Association of Diabetes Educators
Dr. Rothstein honors our members of the Armed Forces.
Dr. Andrew Rothstein, DPM has been in private practice in the Coachella Valley for the past 16 years. He maintains offices in Rancho Mirage California and Indio California. He is on staff at local hospitals and surgery centers. Dr. Rothstein is a well-respected member of the local medical community and would like to welcome you to visit him at one of his area offices.
Dr. Rothstein graduated the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He is double residency trained. He completed a Podiatric Orthopedic Residency and then went on to complete a Podiatric Surgical Residency.
Dr. Rothstein honors our members of the Armed Forces. He served as a consultant to the Veteran’s Administration for three years and he was assigned to the Surgical Service. Dr. Rothstein went on to become the Chief of Podiatry at the Long Beach Veteran Administration Medical Center for seven years. He considers it a true honor to provide care to the highest of standards to both Active Duty and Retired American Hero members of our Armed Forces as well as to their family members.
Dr. Rothstein is a Board Certified Podiatrist and he is a Fellow of the American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine as well as the American Association of Extremity Nerve surgeons and is a member of the American Association for Laser Medicine and Surgery.
Dr. Andrew Rothstein is a proud member of the 1st Marine Division Association Mitchell Paige Medal of Honor Chapter as well as the Marine Corps League Corporal Jason L. Dunham Medal of Honor Chapter. He is also a proud member of the Navy League.
Dr. Rothstein is a Qualified Medical Examiner for the state of California Industrial Medical Council. He is Fellow of the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Dr. Rothstein has changed the lives of hundreds of children in Central America and has traveled to Honduras for the past ten years as part of an elite team of surgeons from around the country who perform pro bono major clubfoot reconstructions on children that would otherwise never walk normally.