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Our Medical Doctor Affiliates

DR. MARYAM RAHIMI, DO

DR. MARYAM RAHIMI, DODr. Rahimi provides a comprehensive, non-surgical, orthopedic approach for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders such as the back, hip, knee, foot, shoulder, elbow and hand disorders. The positive results seen are attributed to customized treatment and rehabilitation program for each individual using state-of-the-art technology. Dr. Rahimi strives to help each patient achieve their recovery goal. In addition to traditional orthopedic treatments, Dr. Rahimi uses the latest, cutting-edge regenerative therapies, such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Stem Cell therapy, found at elite universities. These therapies offer alternative solutions to surgery for poor surgery candidates or patients wishing to forego surgery. Dr. Rahimi believes that medicine requires a personal touch that is both a science and an art.

Dr. Rahimi has served as a Medical Director for Knee Centers of America and Emere Healthcare in Newport Beach, California. Dr. Rahimi currently serves as the pain management and rehabilitation physician at Orange County Pain & Rehab Clinic and has affiliations with Hoag Hospital, Long Beach Memorial, and Kindred Hospital-Westminster.

Dr. Rahimi has been featured in the Riviera Magazine, Orange Coast Magazine, appeared on Laguna Woods Channel 6 TV, and has been a keynote speaker for Ossur and Eli-Lilly Pharmaceuticals.

Dr. Rahimi completed her medical school training at Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, her Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at the University of California, Irvine, and her Internship was done at Genesys Hospital in Grand Blanc, Michigan.

DR. KHURAM A SIAL, M.D.

Dr. Khuram A Sial, M.D.Harvard trained, award-winning physician board certified in both Pain Management and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Extensive experience using minimally invasive needle injections and surgical spine procedures to relieve pain. Active clinician.

Certifications:

Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (ABPMR) 7/01/06 – 12/31/2016

Subspecialty Certification in Pain Medicine through ABPMR 9/15/07- 12/31/207

Education:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School Accredited Pain Fellowship – Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine Residency – Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Houston, TX 2001-2004

Professional Employment:

American Spine, A Professional Corporation, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (Multiple Locations in Southern California) 8/01/2012- Present
PainMedGroup, Inc., Murrieta, CA 5/01/2006 – 9/30/2012

EDWARD CARDEN, M.D.

EDWARD CARDEN, M.D.EDUCATION

High School: Manchester Grammar School University: Cambridge England/M.A.1961
Medical School: Cambridge University England/M B: B. Chir: 1964, (M.D.)

INTERNSHIP

Whipps Cross Hospital Leytonstone, England House Surgeon September 1964- March 1965

Plaistow Hospital London, England
House Physician April 1965- September 1965

RESIDENCY

St. Bartholomew’s Hospital
Senior House Officer September 1, 1964- September 1966

University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada January 1, 1968- June 1969
July 1, 1970- December 31, 1970

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

American Society for Orthopedic Medicine American Society of Anesthesiologists International Anesthesia Research Society International Society for Injection of the Spine International Association for the Study of Pain North American Cervicogenic Headache Society American Society of lnterventional Pain Physicians

HIGHER QUALIFICATIONS AND DEGREES

MA: MB: B CHIR: 1964

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom 1965
Diploma of Anesthetics Faculty of Anesthetists Royal College of Surgeons of England January 1967
Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates October 1966

L MC C (M.D.) (Canada) 1969

Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada 1971 Fellow of the American College of Anesthesiologist 1972 American Anesthesia Board 1972 by reciprocity

FELEX (M.D) 1973

SPEX 1993

Diplomat American Academy of Pain Management 1993

LICENCES

United Kingdom 1965
British Columbia 1969 District of Columbia 1973 California 1975 A26774
Nevada 1985
Oregon 1994

AWARDS

Second British Oxygen Corporation Prize in the Residents Competition of the Canadian Anesthetic Society 1971
C.A.S. Resident’s Competition 2nd Place -1970
Academy of Pediatrics Scientific Exhibit 3rd Place – 1973
A.S.A. Meeting Gadget Fair 1st Place- 1974

LICENSING EXAMINATIONS

1965 E.C.F.M.G.
1970 L.M.C.C.

1973 F.L.E.X.
1994 S.P.E.X.

DR. SANJIV JAIN, M.D., QME

DR. SANJIV JAIN, M.D., QMEEDEDUCATION

FELLOWSHIP TRAINING IN INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT

Henry Ford Health Systems, Detroit, MI | 1996 – 1997

RESIDENCY IN ANESTHESIOLOGY

TexasTech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, TX | 1994 – 1996

RESIDENCY IN ANESTHESIOLOGY

Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY | 1993 – 1994

RESIDENCY IN INTERNAL MEDICINE

University of California, Irvine College of Medicine, Irvine, CA | 1990 – 1991

RESIDENCY IN INTERNAL MEDICINE

S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center Brooklyn, NY | 1988 – 1989

SURGERY, ENT

Maulana Azad Medical College, University of Delhi, India | 1984 – 1986

MEDICAL DEGREE, M.B.B.S

Maulana Azad Medical College, University of Delhi, India | 1978 – 1984

PRE MED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BOTONY

Maulana Azad Medical College, University of Delhi, India | 1977 – 1978

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PAIN MANAGEMENT

Center for Pain Control in Southern California Medical Associates | 1998 – Present

INVERVENTIONAL PAIN PRACTICE

Academic Practice, Center for Pain Control in West Texas, Lubbock, TX
| 1997 – 1998

AMBUATORY MEDICINE

Academic Practice, University of California, Irvine, CA | 1991 – 1993

CERTIFICATIONS

American Board of Anesthesiology – 1997
American Board of Anesthesiology – Subspecialty Board of Pain Management
– since 1998
American Board of Pain Medicine – Recertified 2015
American Acadamy of Pain Management – 1998
American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine – 1998
American Board of Internal Medicine

LICENSURE

Qualified Medical Examiner (QME)

DEREK TAN DEE, M.D.

Derek Tan Dee, M.D.LICENSURE
Subspecialty Certified – Subspecialty Certificate in Orthopedic Sports Medicine 2007
Board Certified – American Board of Orthopedic Surgery 2005
California Medical License
Radiography and Fluoroscopy Supervisor and Operator
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Dee Sports Orthopedics, Orthopedic Surgeon 2016-present

Huntington Beach, CA

Greater Long Beach Orthopedic Group 2003-2016

Los Alamitos, CA

Beach Orthopedic Associates 2002-2003

Long Beach, CA

Preceptor, Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Sports 2006-present

Long Beach, CA

Los Alamitos High School Athletic Team Physician 2005-present

Los Alamitos, CA

Cypress College Team Physician 2003-present

Cypress, CA

Long Beach State Athletic Department Consultant 2011-present

Long Beach, CA

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
Sports Medicine Knee/Shoulder Fellowship

Lake Tahoe Orthopedic Institute 2002

Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship

Orthopedic Specialty Institute (OSI)
Orange, California 2001
Orthopedic Residency University of California, Irvine 1997 – 2001
General Surgery Internship University of California, Irvine 1996 – 1997
EDUCATION
Medical School University of Southern California 1992 – 1996

Los Angeles, CA
M.D. with Distinction

Undergraduate Stanford University 1989 – 1992

Palo Alto, CA
B.S. Biology with Distinction

Oxford University, Magdalen College 1991 – 1992
Oxford, England
Stanford Abroad Program, History of Medicine
Pacific Union College 1987 – 1989
Angwin, CA

HONORS
Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Society USC School of Medicine
Phi Kappa Phi, All-University Honor Society USC School of Medicine
Dean’s Scholar, Junior-Senior Continuum USC School of Medicine
Bachelor’s Degree, with Distinction Stanford University
Dean’s List, 6 Academic Terms Pacific Union College

RESEARCH/PRESENTATIONS/DEVICE DEVELOPMENT
“Double Bundle ACL”. LB State ATC/ATEP Continuing Education. May 24, 2011.
“Shoulder Instability”. LB Memorial Family Medicine Lecture. May 23, 2011.
Joint Scaffold and Support System – Issued patent. USPTO Oct 2010.
US 2010/0145451 A1
“Articular Cartilage Injuries of the Knee 2004”. Los Alamitos Medical Center Grand
Rounds, Los Alamitos, CA.. July 2004.
“Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery” . Long Beach Memorial Family Practice Grand Rounds,
Long Beach, CA . October 2003.
“Meniscus Injuries and Treatment” . Lake Tahoe Orthopaedic Institute Grand Rounds
Presentation, March 2003.
Dee D. DVT Prophylaxis in Total Knee Surgery. Resident Reporter Paper. AAOS
Meeting 1999, Anaheim, CA.
Dee D, McMahon PJ, Lee TQ, Yang B. Sagittal Plane Offset in Shoulder
Hemiarthroplasty. Long Beach VA Orthopaedic Biomechanics Lab, University of
California, Irvine. (Podium Presentation Orthopaedic Research Society 2000)
Dee D, McMahon PJ, Lee TQ, Yang B. The Effects of Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty on
Joint Forces and Contact Pressures/Areas. Long Beach VA Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Lab, University of California, Irvine. (Poster Presentation AAOS 2001)

Dee D, Golshani S, Nimni M. Effects of Charged Beads on Demineralized Bone
Matrix (DBM)-induced Osteogenesis. USC School of Medicine Research Grant. (Poster
Presentation USC Research Forum 1996).
CONTINUING EDUCATION / MEETINGS
AOSSM Annual Colorado Springs, CO 2016
AANA Annual Hollywood, FL 2015
ISAKOS Congress Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 2011
AOSSM Winter Course Steamboat, CO 2005
AANA Fall Course Palm Desert, CA 2002
San Diego Shoulder Course Oceanside, CA 2002, 2004
Shoulder Surgery Controversies Laguna Hills, CA 2001
Cartilage Symposium San Diego, CA 2001
Lake Tahoe Knee/Shoulder Update Lake Tahoe, Nevada 1999
AAOS Annual Meeting Las Vegas, NV 2015
New Orleans, LA 2014
Chicago, IL 2013
San Francisco, CA 2012
San Diego, CA 2011
Las Vegas, NV 2009
San Diego, CA 2007
New Orleans, LA 2003
San Francisco, CA 2001
Anaheim, CA 1999
San Francisco, CA 1996
AO Basic Course Vancouver, B.C. 1999
Salvage of the Pelvis/Lower Extrem. Pasadena, CA 1997

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES/ACTIVITIES

Attending Memorial Sports Medicine Fellowship 2015-current
Orthopedic Sports Medicine Attending 2007-current

– Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine
AAOS – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
ACTIVITIES

Long Beach State Athletic Department Consultant Current
Los Alamitos High School Football Head Team Physician 2005 – current
Cypress College Team Physician 2003 – current
OC Breakers Team Physician 2005
National Women’s Football Association
Long Beach Jam Professional Basketball Head Team Physician 2003 – 2005
California State University Dominguez Hills Orthopedic Consultant 2003 – 2005
California State University Long Beach Student Health Consultant 2003
Long Beach Ice Dogs Professional Hockey Assistant Team Physician 2003
Long Beach, CA 2002
Chapman College Assistant Team Physician, Orange, CA 2001
University California Irvine Assistant Team Physician, Irvine, CA 2001
Cal State Fullerton Volunteer Physician, ATC Program, Fullerton, CA 2001
Mater Dei High School Assistant Team Physician, Santa Ana, CA 2001
President, Associated Students of the School of Medicine, USC 1993 – 1994
Founder/Editor-in-Chief, The Chief Complaint, USC Student Newspaper 1993 – 1994
Editorial Staff, USC Journal of Medicine 1992 – 1993
Magdalen College Men’s Rowing Team, Oxford University 1991