Remedy Medical Group
Pain Management Physicians serving the San Francisco / San Jose Bay Area
Same day pain care access is the fundamental service goal at Remedy. Our physicians and patient services staff understand that patient health and wellness begins today. Additionally, our medical team has been selected and organized in order to effectively practice all aspects of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Pain Management. At Remedy, we provide diagnosis, medication management, interventional care, patient education, as well as alternative therapies.
At Remedy, the professional staff is the best and brightest from their fields. Superbly educated, widely published and highly regarded, Remedy physicians possess the highest level of experience in Physical Rehabilitation and Pain Management. Physician knowledge equals patient health. Our single objective is to assist our patients to regain their health.
We believe that all insurance plans are treated equal. The Remedy roster of insurance plans and options is comprehensive. We accept Medicare, Workers Compensation and most PPO’s. Every patient, regardless of their insurance type, receives the same efficient, effective and friendly Remedy service and medical care.
Dr. Mark SontagRemedy Professional Staff
Dr. David F. SmolinsRemedy Professional Staff
Dr. Adam StollerRemedy Professional Staff
Dr. Elaine S. DateRemedy Professional Staff
Conditions we Remedy
- Spine Anatomy
- Low Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Herniated Disc
- Spinal Stenosis
- Lumbar Radiculopathy (Sciatica)
- Facet Syndrome
- Sacoiliac Dysfunction
- Sports Injuries
- Work Injuries
- Shoulder/Hip/Knee Problems
- Other Joint Problems
- Myofascial/Muscle Pain
- Shingles/Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
- Occipital Neuralgia
- Post Surgical Pain
- Neuropathic (Nerve) Pain
- Carpal Tunnel
- De Quervain's
- Chronic Abdominal Pain
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Motor Vehicle Accidents!
- And Many More...
Remedy proudly served as medical consultants for several Professional Sports Teams
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