We provide noninvasive pain relief to the best loved patients in Orange County, California. We offer orthopedic, chiropractic, and physical therapy services to patients who suffer acute and chronic painful conditions. So whether patients have sufferered a recent specific trauma like an auto accident, a cumulative chronic pain condition like knee osteoarthritis, or have developed the seemingly impossible painful conditions like neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and other centralized pain conditions, we have been serving them with safe, effective, noninvasive pain relief for nearly a quarter of a century. Truly, we care to improve lives.
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We start our patient services by providing a preliminary consultation without charge. After gathering as much information as is necessary, we discuss next steps. Either, we take steps towards examination and treatment in our clinic or we refer to another specialist who can better serve our patient. Either way, our patients are secure they are taking the next best step towards pain relief and growing independence from pain doctors.
Dr. Kelsey C. Peterson, Orthopedist is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with nearly 40 years of experience.
Dr. James P Hall, Chiropractor has been helping people achieve payment leave through postural repair for over 25 years.
Marissa Cordes, physical Therapist has over 30 years of experience in building patient Independence from pain doctors through customized stretching and exercise programs our patients continue at home.
We are preferred providers with Medicare and most PPO insurances. For those patients without insurance coverage, we are happy to serve them with discount fees and interest free payments.
A college football injury leading to physical debilitation, inspired Dr. Hall to achieve noninvasive pain relief. It is his passion and those of the NonSurgical Medical Group providers to share that same blessing with our patients.
Patients that qualify for our services have pain that originates from one of 3 sources… Specific trauma like auto accidents or lifting injuries; cumulative trauma causing chronic pain like osteoarthritis of the knees; and pain that has become ingrained in the brain (otherwise known as "centralized" pain) including conditions like neuropathy and fibromyalgia.