Integrated Medical Center of Corona cares for the patient as a complete person by offering integrated healthcare with holistic medicine treatments for a wide variety of conditions.
The dedicated staff at Integrated Medical Center understands that patients thrive with a good system of support, with that in mind, they design individualized treatment plans unique to the individual. All treatment plans are designed with innovative treatments that work with the body’s natural healing processes to ensure that treatment will not harm the natural processes of the body.
We encourage you to contact us today to find out how we can create a holistic treatment plan to get you on the right track for healing.
Integrated Medical Center of Corona Services Treatment Services include
A combination of nutritional counseling, Medication, B12/Lipo injections, and a variety other treatments.
Offered with an individualized approach that respects the body’s needs, and focuses on addressing root causes rather than just symptoms.
Drug-free pain relief can be enhanced through a combination of massage, trigger-point release, stretching and exercise, even for chronic pain conditions.
This ancient Chinese practice can help resolve modern health issues like pain, insomnia, arthritis, stress and anxiety, as well as smoking cessation and nutritional improvement.
Sometimes necessary for modification of spinal abnormality, through the use of applied force for a period of time.
Video library of various exercises to improve flexibility and strength.
Whether it’s a sports injury, a traumatic injury or chronic pain, Integrated Medical Group of Corona has a custom care plan ready to get you back on track using multiple, unified health disciplines.
Interventional pain management is used to manage pain to restore maximum function for the best quality of life possible.
Trigger Point Therapy
Begins with holistic treatments, augmenting with more aggressive treatment if necessary.
An injury to the soft tissues of the neck that occurs from a sudden jerking or “whipping” of the head. This type of motion strains the muscles and the ligaments of the neck beyond their normal range of motion.