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Jerry Fralick M.D.

Jerry Fralick M.D.

(714) 446-5200
Primary Specialties
  • Internal Medicine
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
     (Board Certified)
  • Pain Medicine/Pain Management
     (Board Certified)
  • Affiliations
    St. Jude Heritage Medical Group
    Primary Office
    100 E. Valencia Mesa Dr., Suite 310
    Fullerton, CA 92835
    Fax:
    (714) 446-5524
    Web Page:
    www.stjudemedicalcenter.org

    Experience & Education

    Education
    Medical School
    Ross University School of Medicine

    Internship
    Shadyside Hospital - Pittsburgh, PA

    Residency
    St. Francis Medical Center - Pittsburgh, PA
    Areas of Expertise
    Pain Medicine,Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,Electrodiagnostic Medicine
    Awards
    Outstanding Service Award, California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Director of District I, 1995-1996 Distinguished Leadership Award, California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, President of Southern Branch, 1994-1995 Distinguished Leadership Award, California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Secretary of Southern Branch, 1992-1993

    Physician Bio

    Providing comprehensive care for patients with a range of disabilities is both rewarding and satisfying. My approach is to offer specialized services for individuals with disabilities. Some examples of these disabilities are patients suffering from acute or chronic pain, spinal conditions, nerve and muscle disease, non-surgical orthopaedic injuries, sports injuries, and strokes. I work with each patient, carefully analyzing his or her condition and lifestyle to determine the most appropriate and effective course of action. I use a variety of techniques and therapies such as specialized injections, weight control, bracing, electronic orthosis, prosthetics, assistive devices, and physical, occupational, and speech therapy to decrease or alleviate pain and help patients regain mobility, independence, and function.

    Areas of Interest

    Patients with disabilities, EMG (Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Testing), pain conditions, specialized injections including spine and joint and soft tissue, low back pain, neck and mid-back pain, weight control, nerve and muscle disorders, carpal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathies, neuropathies, non-operative orthopedics, sports medicine