Our Doctors
Clayton G Johnsen, D.P.M.

Dr. Clayton Johnsen graduated from BYU with a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science in 2003.  He attended The New York College of Podiatric Medicine where he received his Doctorate in 2007. While attending NYCPM, he was heavily involved in community projects and service, including president of the Sports Medicine club for 2 years.  He graduated from a 3 year surgical residency from Silver Lake Medical Center/ Baja Project in southern California. In residency he performed thousands of surgeries, including several mission trips to El Salvador and Honduras where he was chief resident performing and supervising complex reconstructive club foot surgeries.  Dr. Johnsen then followed his passion in sports medicine to work at the prestigious PRO Sports Club in Bellevue Washington for 3 years.  In 2013, he then returned to Southern California to work toward his goal of starting his own practice.  As of 2016 he founded Pacific Coast Podiatry with the goal of providing quality and accessible healthcare to those in the Inland Empire, starting in his flagship office in San Bernardino.  His house call care extends from Orange County to Big Bear Lake and almost everywhere in between. Dr. Johnsen is fluent in English, Spanish, Visayan and Waray-Waray.  He enjoys triathlons, surfing, watersports, basketball, ultimate frisbee, mountain biking and traveling.  He is an avid song writer and guitar player and loves to serve in his church each week.  He is a loving husband and father. 

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Erin N. Vogtman, D.P.M.
Dr. Erin Vogtman grew up in northern Wisconsin and earned her bachelor of science degree in biology at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2003. During college she was very involved in dance as a teacher and performer. She earned her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree at Des Moines University in Des Moines, IA in 2008. During podiatry school, she was a teacher’s assistant in physical diagnosis and medical Spanish courses. She also volunteered at a local free clinic and worked as a tutor for high school students. Dr. Vogtman received her residency training at the Loma Linda VA hospital. This program had a strong emphasis on surgery, wound care, and limb salvage. Dr. Vogtman has practiced in Southern California since finishing her training in 2011. She joined Pacific Coast Podiatry in early 2019 and is very happy to be part of such a great team. She speaks English and Spanish. Dr. Vogtman enjoys running, indoor cycling, and yoga. She also loves the outdoors.  
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