Frequently Asked Questions

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We treat all kinds of musculoskeletal pain. This includes a broad range of painful conditions arising from both work and non-work-related situations, including injuries from sports, motor vehicle accidents, etc. We treat injuries to the neck, shoulders, back, spine, wrist, hands, and the lower extremities including hips, knees, ankles and feet.

Call our main number (650) 967-7471. Our answering service can help you with your needs, including paging the doctor on call if required.

Call our main number (650) 967-7471 during normal business hours and select option 2

For a new patient, the average visit is about 30-45 minutes. Subsequent visits approximately 15-20 minutes

Yes, we accept all major PPO insurances, workers comp and Medicare. Please call our office to get more information

Mountain View:

Monday to Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm

Redwood City:

Tuesday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

If you have a work related injury, we will obtain the required medical records from the workers comp insurance carrier. If you have any x-rays or MRI scans related to this injury, please bring them with you, along with the list of medications you are taking. If this is a non-work related injury, please also bring your health insurance information and any other relevant medical records.

In order to have the best possible experience with an injection procedure, there are precautions that you need to take related to food, fluid and medication prior to the procedure. We will give you specific instructions based on your condition and the type of procedure you are undertaking. This information will be given to you when we schedule you for the injection procedure.

It is common to feel some soreness for 2-3 days, depending on the type of procedure. We will give you specific instructions when we schedule you for the procedure.

You do not need any preparation for this testing. It involves testing your nerves with electrical stimulation and testing the muscles with a Teflon coated needle.

AME and QME are medical-legal examinations to determine the extent of your work-related injury. The doctor and medical staff will ask you detailed questions about your injuries and the treatment you have received. Then the doctor will do a complete examination of the body parts affected by the injury. No treatment will be provided during this examination. You or your attorney will receive a detailed report after this examination.