Therapy center uses conservative, multidisciplinary approach

Danny Song, D.C., is the physical rehabilitation specialist at Pain Care San Diego. Courtesy
Danny Song, D.C., is the physical rehabilitation specialist at Pain Care San Diego. Courtesy

If you’re having trouble with your neck or back, Pain Care San Diego is the place to go.

Located in La Jolla at 3636 Nobel Drive, Suite 401, the center’s goal is to effectively diagnose painful medical injuries and conditions, and then tailor a comprehensive treatment plan to alleviate pain and increase overall function to improve the patient’s quality of life.

Danny Song, D.C., who is physical rehabilitation director at the facility, described it as a “one-stop center for pain control and rehabilitation.”

“We deal with a lot of chronic and acute neck and back pain, disc herniations, degenerative discs and sciatic (nerve) pain from motor vehicle and work accidents and sports injuries,” Song said, emphasizing the center’s cutting-edge SpineBack program deals with those injures.

The SpineBack program provides core strengthening and flexibility, training patients on everything from physiology and nutrition to stress management and lifestyle changes.

“We use a non-surgical spinal decompression machine that helps the (back) disc heal,” Song said, adding center therapy programs are typically eight weeks long.

The center is a doctor’s office incorporating multiple treatment methods. There are 15 employees including two medical doctors, two physician’s assistants, a physical therapist, two massage therapists and a chiropractor.

Song said Pain Care uses a conservative approach to medical treatment.

“We try to work without drugs, injections and surgery,” he said.

Patients from young adults to seniors are treated at the facility.

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

For more information call (858) 202-1546 or visit



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