What we do
You Can Trust.
We heal Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Polycystic Kidney
Disease and other conditions with personalized plans
designed to address the root cause of your
Your kidney issues don’t need
to own your every move.
of our patients saw improvements within
one year of starting treatment.
Conditions we treat
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Peritoneal & Hemodialysis
Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
What Does a Nephrologist Do?
A nephrologist’s primary goal is to preserve the remaining kidney function.
Nephrologists diagnose and treat kidney diseases, including both the conditions
these diseases can produce, such as hypertension, as well as diseases that can
cause kidney failure, such as diabetes mellitus and polycystic kidney disease.
Dr. Yazdani is a proud member of the American Society of Nephrologists.
What are treatment options?
Medications to control problems such as inflammation of the
kidneys, or they may require discontinuing other medications
that could be harmful to kidney function
Dietary changes might also be appropriate. In almost all
kidney diseases, control of high blood pressure is critically
important to preserve kidney function.
Consulting Other Specialists
Usually nephrologists work with other physicians, advising
them about a specific diagnosis or treatment plan. In other
cases they manage other skilled professionals including
nurses, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists
and social workers.
“I sincerely appreciate Dr. Yazdani’s kindness, care, and compassion”
Dr. Nasimeh Yazdani
As a board certified Nephrologist, Dr. Yazdani
has greater than a decade of expertise in this
area. She is a USC volunteer faculty member
and a mentor for Nurse Practitioner students at
the USC School of Nursing.
Nephrology services at Seaside Medical
Practice consists of the care of kidney related
conditions, including chronic kidney disease
(CKD), peritoneal and hemodialysis, continuous
renal replacement therapy,
glomerulonephropathies, diabetic nephropathy,
and hypertension (elevated blood pressure).
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