San Diego Orthobiologics Medical Group is taking special precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) infection.
In an effort to ensure safety of all patients and staff, we kindly ask that you contact the office to reschedule your appointments if you:
Are experiencing any of these symptoms of viral infection:
Fever > 100 ° F or chills
Have within the last 2 weeks:
Been exposed to a patient with viral illness symptoms
Travelled to China, Iran, Italy, Japan or South Korea
Visited a nursing care facility
We have always taken a proactive and vigilant approach to ensure patient safety.We continue to sanitize our facility and equipment rigorously and take all necessary precautions to protect our patients and staff.
To slow transmission of the virus in our community:
Minimize touching surfaces when in public.
Wash hands frequently for more than 20 seconds.
Use CDC-approved hand sanitizers
Cover your mouth with your arm when coughing
Stand more than 6 feet away from people when in public
Reduce face-to-face contact with people known to have viral illness
Dr Rogers gave an outstanding presentation on what institutes evidenced based medicine and who should decide. He shared his expertise on Orthobiologics to attendees consisting of scientists, fellow physicians and experts in the field of Interventional Orthopedics.
The San Diego Orthobiologics team participated in the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation’s Annual Scientific Conference in Broomfield, Colorado. Dr. Rogers and Dr. Ambach learned new science and discussed research and ideas on Regenerative Medicine with scientists and physicians from all over the world.
San Diego Orthogioloics is extremely excited to be opening the doors to the NexMed Center of Carlsbad.
The NextMed Center of Carlsbad medical campus is the hub for innovative medical treatments with an eye to defining the future of medicine. From women’s services to regenerative medicine; orthopedics to same-day surgery – the best doctors in the country have come together to serve patients in the beautiful sea-side town of Carlsbad.
Along with Dr. Christopher Rogers, the center will also have the following doctors available: Dr. Neil McKenna, FAAOMPT, OSC & Dr. Min Kim, ND, LAc
Grand Opening & Community Event will include:
Hosted tours of medical suites, light refreshments and children’s activities
Kona Ice Truck
DJ Simple rocking the tunes
Doors will open to the public on Saturday, August 12th at 11 am to 2 pm, at 6125 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad, CA 92011-1117
This is a FREE event and we hope to see you all there.
For information please contact us at 760-909-2355.
The path to physical freedom can lead down different roads for different people. Although, one thing remains true for all of us. A healthy diet plays an important role in our overall health. There are several factors involved in maintaining a healthy diet. One tip that has been engrained in most of us since we were children is the importance of not skipping breakfast. Some of you may be wondering though, is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Let us help break it down for you.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day?
The short answer is, not necessarily. Nutrition experts tend to have varying answers to this question. While most everyone can agree that eating breakfast has its benefits, many believe the notion that breakfast is the most important meal of the day is a bit overblown. For example, if you don’t consume any calories in the morning, there is still a good chance you will eat just as many calories during the day as someone who does take the time to eat in the morning. On the other hand, there are many studies that support the notion that breakfast is crucial to giving your body the kick start it needs for you to make healthy decisions for the rest of the day. While more research is needed to officially confirm a causational relationship between breakfast and physical health, here are a few touted benefits of eating breakfast.
What are the benefits of eating breakfast?
Energy Boost: Eating breakfast has been known to increase blood sugar which in turn boosts your energy. Essentially, eating when you wake up in the morning can help get your day started and you moving. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN) did a study recently that suggested that people who eat breakfast are more physically active in the morning that those who do not. The more active we are throughout the day, the more calories we burn.
Good Nutrition: Traditional breakfast foods are good sources of some of the essential vitamins our bodies need. For example, eggs are rich in vitamin D. Whole grain bread, cereal and oatmeal are a good source of fiber. Common breakfast fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, and apples are a good source of vitamin C.
Prevents Overeating: The longer you go in between meals, the stronger the hunger pains can be. This often results in overindulging come meal time. Eating breakfast helps prevents overeating at lunchtime.
Reclaim your active lifestyle, naturally. San Diego Orthobiologics Medical Group offers the path to physical freedom with customized care. Give us a call today! 760-909-2355