The goal of the interventional pain specialists and support staff at Source Healthcare in Santa Monica, California is to provide high-quality sports, orthopedic, and regenerative medicine. With a team that boasts 35-plus years of combined experience and a track record of more than 18,000 successful interventional spine procedures, patients can confidently receive quality treatment.
Interventional pain management specialist Timothy Davis, MD leads the team at Source Healthcare and is a seasoned principal investigator for many FDA clinical trials. Thanks to Dr. Davis’s expertise and leadership, the team frequently participates in clinical research, clinical trials, and medical studies.
This commitment to education and discovery carries over to patients as well. Those who visit Source Healthcare can access minimally invasive treatments as well as interventional and non-interventional treatments. These various treatments may address both acute and chronic pain and assist in the recovery of injuries.
The providers offer a one-of-a-kind customer experience where every new patient receives a one-on-one consultation where s/he can discuss his/her symptoms and ask questions. In addition, appointment times are generous ensuring no one ever feels rushed. Also, the team offers specialized care for performance athletes, high-profile clients, and cases with a complex orthopedic pain diagnosis.
To access the best, most comprehensive regenerative medicine and orthopedic pain management, partner with the team at Source Healthcare. To request your appointment, call the office or book an appointment online today.
"Dr. Tim Davis provides cutting edge treatment for back pain. His stem cell treatment relieved my pain and gave me my life back."
"Dr. Davis is hands on and truly cares about his patients. At the end of our appointment he always checks in to see if I'm satisfied with him and his front office."
"Dr Davis has been my doctor for 10 years. His efforts after my back fusion years ago has allowed me to have a quality life that would otherwise wouldn't exist."