Dr. Mary A. Ambach
A double board certified physician in physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain medicine, Dr. Mary Ambach is committed to relieving chronic pain and keeping her patients active using natural-based solutions. In her role at the Orthohealing Center, she specializes in leveraging ultrasound and fluoroscopy (live xray) guided regenerative procedures – such as platelet-rich plasma therapy and bone marrow stem cell therapy – to heal spine injuries and damaged joints.
After achieving her specialty degree at Louisiana State University, Dr. Ambach completed a rigorous spine, musculoskeletal and interventional pain management fellowship at Portner Orthopedic and Rehabilitation in Honolulu, HI. From there, she underwent further specailized training in regenerative medicine training at the Orthohealing Center.
Throughout her career, Dr. Ambach has treated sports, spine and pain conditions in a variety of medical settings, including Kaiser Permanente of San Diego Department of Integrated Pain Management, where she led a multidisciplinary team to resolve complex conditions by incorporating comprehensive treatments, interventional spine procedures and musculoskeletal and pain medicine.
Dedicated to research, education and advancing her field, Dr. Ambach is a former contributing editor for Rehab in Review, and a current peer reviewer for several prominent orthopedic and regenerative medicine journals. In addition, she’s actively involved in clinical research that promotes natural ways to heal spine and joint injuries.
Dr Ambach has served as Faculty and Speaker at Regenerative Conferences in and outside of the country. Additionally, she is currently a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Western University of Health Sciences.