The Towne Centre Team
Dr. Jeromy Ratzlaff, DC
Dr. Ratzlaff has been a licensed chiropractor since 2003 and has provided healthcare in multidisciplinary practices since 2005. His athletic background and discipline in fitness since the age of 12 lead him to a career of helping others achieve their health goals. He completed his studies in kenisiology at the University of Southern California and graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. With his close work with the trainers at USC and local high schools, he has worked with many division 1 athletes as well as current players in the NFL and MLB. Dr. Ratzlaff enjoys spending time with his family and singing in the "Rock Hard Blues Band" on the weekends.
Dr. Keller Wortham, MD
Dr. Keller Wortham is a General Practitioner with a specialty in alternative and regenerative medicine, who believes the first step to a healthy life is understanding the body. Therefore, Dr. Wortham always devotes time educating his patients on their individual health so they can participate in decisions about it. Over the last decade practicing medicine, Dr. Wortham has developed a clinical practice that combines traditional medicine with alternative, natural, and preventative treatments. These include diet and lifestyle modifications, natural remedies, bio-identical hormone therapy, and comprehensive blood analysis. Through the use of stem cells and platelet rich plasma (PRP), Dr. Wortham also harnesses the body’s healing potential to perform injection treatments for various conditions from joint injury to arthritis.
Since moving to Los Angeles in 2004, Dr. Wortham has expanded his outreach through various television and internet programs. He hosted and co-wrote the educational health show “What Happens Next” on VERIA TV and has appeared as a guest on the hit medical series “The Doctors.” Dr. Wortham has also appeared as a medical expert on E! (“True Hollywood Stories”), Nat Geo (“Fight Science”) and MTV (“Excess All Areas”). Because of his focus on obesity and its related illnesses, Dr. Wortham was asked to consult and co-host the Lifetime TV series “Lovehandles,” where he joined a team of specialists to help overweight couples get their health and relationships back on track.
Dr. Wortham received his B.A. from Duke University, his M.D. from Georgetown University, and trained in Internal Medicine at The University Of Pittsburgh.
Miki Boyle, NP
Miki is a board-certified Adult-Geriatric nurse practitioner. Her nursing background includes Palliative Care, Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Intensive Care, Employee Health, and Nursing Education. She has a Master’s degree in Nursing from California State University, Fullerton. Currently, Miki is a professor at a local nursing school, teaching theory and practicum to the future registered nurses. She enjoys volunteering for local organizations that promote the health of the community.
Dr. Neil Ghodadra, MD
Dr. Neil Ghodadra’s orthopedic practice focuses on minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, elbow, and hip. His unique background includes extensive training and expertise in cartilage restoration of the knee and joint preserving osteotomy, as well as treatment of complex shoulder conditions, ranging from shoulder instability and rotator cuff repair surgery to shoulder replacement surgery. Dr. Ghodadra is fellowship trained in Shoulder and Sports Medicine Surgery and has a particular interest in taking care of athletes.
Dr. Ghodadra grew up in Georgia and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. While at Duke, he won several prestigious scholarships recognizing him for his academic achievements. He attended Duke Medical School where he graduated as one of the top students in his class, winning the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) honor for best thesis presentation.
Following medical school, Dr. Ghodadra completed his residency at Rush Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois under the guidance of some of the country’s leading sports medicine surgeons. After residency, Dr. Ghodadra completed the world renowned Sports Medicine Fellowship at Rush Medical Center. While there, his subspecialty training placed emphasis on cartilage restoration and joint preserving surgical techniques of the knee and shoulder, which allow active patients to continue with their athletic careers and recreational activities.
While at Rush, Dr. Ghodadra was a team physician for the Chicago Bulls (NBA) and Chicago White Sox (MLB). He also served as team physician for multiple semi-professional, university and high school teams in football, hockey and gymnastics.
Dr. Ghodadra is well known for his surgical skill and his devotion to teaching and innovation in orthopedic surgery. He has authored over 65 textbook chapters and journal articles. His work has been presented at more than 70 conferences throughout the world, including the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons where he won the award for best Scientific Exhibit for his work in shoulder instability in athletes. Dr. Ghodadra was instrumental in developing a landmark technique for patients with recurrent shoulder instability.
In addition to his devotion to advancing the field of sports medicine, Dr. Ghodadra is known for his humility and patient friendly disposition. He treats every patient as he would a member of his own family. Dr. Ghodadra believes that excellent outcomes are achieved through effective patient communication and patient understanding of their condition and treatment options. Dr. Ghodadra believes in extensive nonsurgical treatment options as well as advanced surgical techniques to help patients return to their previous level of activity and function.
In his free time, Dr. Ghodadra likes to spend time with his family and friends in Southern California. He enjoys golf, basketball, running, biking, and fitness.