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Sports Medicine

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IMAGING

Sports Injuries

USA - Orange County,
2664 Newport Blvd.,
COSTA MESA, CA 92627
1 949 631 5226

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our mission:

To care for and nurture the human spirit – one person, one patient at a time. Here are the principles of how we live that every day...

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Welcome to the Website of Costa Mesa's own South West Health Professional Center. Our center is staffed by chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, a clinical nutritionist, and a team of personal trainers. South West Health Professional Center is a multi-disciplinary collaborative created to help you navigate the health care system.  We are a collection of professionals that share a common goal: Improve the quality of life of our patients. That may mean being able to climb stairs without your knees hurting, adding two more miles per hour to your fastball, or swimming your fastest time in the butterfly. Whatever your health care goals are, know that the doctors and therapists of South West Health are your partners in your quest.

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Hours:

SPORTS MEDICINE

949.631.5226

Mon-Thurs: 8:00a-06:00p

Friday:       7:00a-4:00p

Saturday:   8:00a-12:00p

Sunday:     By Appt.

FITNESS CENTER

949.631.4656

Mon-Fri:     6:00a-7:00p

Sat/Sun:    Closed

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Concussion Management

Dr. Zappala is a member of the National Concussion Registry and is uniquely qualified to diagnose and manage concussions both in the field and in office. He is also well versed in RTP (Return to play) protocols and can guide you back to sport safely and efficiently.

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Plantar Faciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a frustrating condition and can be the result of improper movement patterns that actually originate in the hips and pelvis.

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Herniated Disc

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Rotator Cuff

Shoulder pain often starts in the shoulder blade and ribcage area. Once the shoulder blade (scapulae) stops moving correctly, it forces the shoulder joint to start moving differently leading to compensation patterns. 

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