Dr. Sciaroni is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine injuries and conditions. She focuses her practice in sports medicine including ACL injury and rotator cuff as well as general Orthopaedic surgery, with particular interest in surgery and rehabilitation of the shoulder and knee. Dr. Sciaroni believes that success comes through teamwork, and her patients are informed and active participants in their recovery process. She is committed to helping her patients maintain a fulfilling and active lifestyle, and will partner with her patients to determine the best surgical and nonsurgical approaches to meet their goals and expectations. Dr. Sciaroni employs innovative and well-established procedures to evaluate, diagnose and treat orthopedic injuries and conditions, staying current with important developments in orthopedics to remain at the forefront of innovation. When out of the office, Dr. Sciaroni can usually be found somewhere on Mt. Tam or the Marin Headlands, hiking, or riding her road bike or mountain bike. Learn more about Dr. Sciaroni at www.drsciaroni.com.
Natalia Balytsky is an Anesthesiologist and pain management specialist with over 15 years experience. Studying medicine in Ukraine, Natalia transitioned to the Unites States to the University of Pittsburg and University of California San Francisco where she was a clinical fellow. Prior to joining the Sfmmg team, Natalia worked at Bay Area Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine as a pain management specialist. Natalia brings valuable knowledge and experience to join our team of specialists and surgeons.
Dr. Fernandez graduated from Columbia University in New York City with a B.A. in economics & received his medical degree from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia in 1991. His training continued at St. Mary's Medical Center in San Francisco and focused in physical medicine & rehabilitation. In 1996, he directed the Orthopedic & Back Pain Centre clinic in EI Paso, Texas & later pursued academic interests at the University of California at San Francisco's Department of Occupational & Environmental Medicine in 1997. Since then, he continues to explore the complementary roles of acupuncture, joint mobilization, & spinal intervention.
Originally a Bay Area native, Dr. Moore left California to obtain a BA from Princeton University and an MD from the Tulane School of Medicine, where he also completed his Psychiatry Residency, and served as Chief Resident. He then completed a fellowship in Anesthesia Pain Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. He subsequently has worked for both the Department of Defense and the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Dr. Moore is currently triple board certified in Psychiatry, Pain Medicine, and Addiction Medicine. In his military service he has been deployed to the Middle East and continues to serve in the Army Reserves. He is grateful to live in the great city of San Francisco close to friends and family.
Dr. Campbell is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon treating Worker’s Compensation and Private Health Insurance patients in the Bay Area since 2007. Treatment offices include, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Rosa and Vallejo. With thousands of cases worth of experience, Dr. Campbell brings a well-honed skill set to those patients in need of surgical treatment for their shoulder, knee and general Orthopedic injuries. However, every patient is different, and many times good results can be obtained without heavy medication, aggressive treatment or surgery. Dr. Campbell derives a great deal of satisfaction working with his patients as they choose from the various treatment options that best match their goal. Dr. Campbell is almost universally accepted in all the various MPN’s (including the recently updated SCIF/Harbor Health Systems) as well as Private Health Insurance carriers (including Brown & Toland). Dr. Campbell is also an Orthopedic Q.M.E. and has been recognized as AME on multiple occasions by firms such as Ratto, Hanna Brophy, Boxer & Gerson, Laughlin Falbo and others. Practicing within the worker’s compensation arena for almost a decade has produced a keen understanding of the various issues surrounding AOE/COE, TTD, disability rating, apportionment, future medical care and the various other complexities of the med-legal evaluation process. Dr. Campbell maintains several Med-Legal Offices (see below) and appointments currently book out one to two months. Dr. Campbell attended medical school at the Chicago College of Osteopathic medicine. Later, he completed his orthopedic surgical residency in the Michigan State University system, and fellowship at the University of Texas Medical Branch. To Schedule Please Call: Kerry Esquivel – (510)-451-4142 x 275 San Francisco, Daly City, Oakland, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Fairfield, Vallejo, Brentwood, Walnut Creek. Treatment Offices – (415) 409-7364 San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Rosa and Vallejo
Dr. Angela Giertych earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of California San Francisco and San Francisco State University and a certification in Health and Wellness Coaching from Wellcoaches. Through her clinical training and diverse patient care experiences, she developed a passion for empowering people through intrinsic motivation and the use of mindful behaviors for lifelong wellness. She values the power of empathic communication, interdisciplinary collaboration, and courageous presence to uplift patients and providers alike. Angela champions well-being by illuminating patient strengths so they can overcome daily challenges and feel their very best. Looking toward creative innovations for the future of chronic pain care, she promotes impactful wellness solutions through personalized health management technologies.
Dr. Barry Meskin has a well-established reputation as an excellent and responsible clinician, with a very strong commitment to rendering care in a pragmatic, efficient and cost-effective manner. His 20 years of experience in trauma, sports injuries, medicine and industrial work injuries has earned him the respect of both colleagues and patients. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Dr. Meskin immigrated to the United States at the age of 25. In 1992 he completed his medical and surgical training in San Francisco where he became a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). Dr. Meskin’s internship and residency training was completed at the city and county Hospitals of San Francisco General and Oakland Highland Hospital. His inspiration and interest in working with injured individuals comes from both his father, Denis Meskin, MD, and in serving as an Orthopedic Trauma Corpsman at the largest South African Military Hospital during the South African Border Wars. Dr. Meskin is a credentialed provider in excellent standing with most Medical Provider Networks. In addition, he has been selected as a Preferred Panel Provider with many employers and carriers. In addition to his medical practice, his experience as a Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) enables him to evaluate disability and write medical-legal reports based on objective evidence and places scientific methods relative to causation. Dr. Meskin treats IPM patients at the San Francisco and Walnut Creek locations.
Jasmine Lee is a Northern California enthusiast who is honored to practice medicine and serve her community in her hometown. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and obtained her physician assistant degree in Florida at Nova Southeastern University, Orlando. Jasmine brings a robust research background studying pulmonary physiology at UCSD’s School of Medicine and experience as a clinical research coordinator studying osteoarthritis. Caring for patients in a research setting has nurtured a positive outlook on the advancement and innovation of medicine in providing relief and hope for patients. Jasmine spends most of her time in the great outdoors where you can find her hiking, running, or rowing. She also loves trying new restaurants, reading, and encountering rare dog breeds.
Kay Kovitprakornkul graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s University in 2019 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to IPM, Kay spent two years working in hospital-based outpatient orthopedics, treating a wide variety of conditions from acute to chronic and populations from adolescent to geriatric. She graduated from the Kaiser NorCal Orthopedic Physical Therapy residency in 2021 in pursuit of becoming a clinical specialist and advancing her management skills of musculoskeletal conditions. Kay enjoys collaborating within an interdisciplinary team to treat the whole person and building self-efficacy in patients to return to activities they enjoy. In her free time, Kay enjoys staying active through hiking, weightlifting, yoga, and rock climbing, as well as spending quality time with family and friends.
Michael Johnston graduated from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in 2000. He obtained his Master of Science in Oriental Medicine and was board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine the same year. Upon graduation, Michael moved to Chengdu, China to continue his studies at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After returning to the U.S. Michael obtained board certification in California in 2003. Michael has worked in several medical venues including private practice, group practice, hospital settings, and community clinics. He has over 18 years of clinical experience with special interest in pain reduction and pain management using acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. His philosophy has always been one of treating the whole patient. He utilizes all aspects and modalities Chinese medicine has to offer in order to tailor the most effective treatment plan for each patient. He is the co-author and editor of 5 publications. In his career, Michael has practiced in New York, Colorado, and California. Michael resides in Santa Rosa, CA with his wife and two boys.
Sonja Kari Murphy, AMFT is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and trained Art Therapist. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from California College of the Arts, and her Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy from Notre Dame de Namur University. Sonja has worked with individuals with chronic pain as part of an interdisciplinary Acute Rehabilitation team at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Sonja has experience supporting clients with emotional adjustment to stroke, traumatic brain injury, terminal illness, diabetes, and pain, as well as treating trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, and substance use. As an art therapist, Sonja believes creative expression can help give voice to experiences that words alone cannot describe. Sonja is passionate about providing a supportive therapeutic relationship and integrating creativity into the healing process.