Are you having back pain with any of the following?
We understand that you are experiencing one or more of the health issues that might be impacting your back pain.
We recommend that you discuss these health issues with your doctor before proceeding with this program.
Once you are cleared by your doctor to do this program, we hope it helps you find relief from your back pain.
Since 1983, Dr. Klein has served as chief of Infectious Diseases at Hayward. He contributes to TPMG’s outstanding care for HIV/AIDS patients. In 2010, the Infectious Diseases Society of America named him one of 95 distinguished physicians and scientists in the world.
In addition to providing great Ob/Gyn care in Napa Solano, Dr. Goler is also regional director of our Early Start Program. This service greatly increases a woman's chance of stopping the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco during pregnancy.
TPMG is well prepared to respond to an infectious disease outbreak thanks to Dr. Parodi, chair of the chiefs of Infectious Diseases. He also leads efforts to reduce use of antibiotics and improve infection-control protocols.
A team of superb physicians helped Kaiser Permanente Northern California prevent heart attacks and strokes. Thanks to the collaboration of Drs. Dlott, Jaffe, Taylor and Young, we are the cardiovascular care quality leader in California, and in the top 10% of health plans nation wide.
Under Dr. Schlegel’s leadership, San Rafael’s stroke center became certified and received performance awards from the American Heart Association.
In 2002, Dr. Heit co-founded Americare Neurosurgery International (AMCANI). When he takes a break from providing superb neurosurgery care to his patients in Redwood City, he trains and equips local neurosurgeons to deliver care in Peru, Vietnam, and India.
An authority on menopausal health issues and an excellent labor and delivery doctor and teacher, Dr. Brubaker also directs resident research for Santa Clara’s Ob/Gyn Residency Program.
Dr. Bantug, chief of Pediatrics in San Jose, cares for her patients, works to make her department's care team even more effective, and finds time to volunteer in the community.
As chief of Roseville's Emergency Department, Dr. Berman made changes to improve care and enhance survival for patients who have a stroke, heart attack, or severe infection.
Dr. Padin spearheaded the efforts of Redwood City’s Ob/Gyn department to improve the labor/delivery and postpartum experience. She made birthing a win-win experience for everyone – moms, babies, midwives, and nurses.
In addition to caring for patients, Dr. Minkoff, serves as chief of Endocrinology in Santa Rosa, conducts osteoporosis research, and develops clinical guidelines for osteoporosis and diabetes treatments.
Dr. Walsh teaches colleagues about caring for patients with chronic pain or addiction, how to offer tips on mind-body health, and how to communicate even better with patients and their families.
As chief of San Francisco’s cardiology department, Dr. Ansari led a dramatic expansion of services. Her department now provides adult congenital heart disease care and full-time interventional cardiac care in three counties.