PERRIS, Calif., May 10, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Healthpointe is proud to announce the acquisition of Dr. Jose
Dr. Morales first received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Exercise and Sports Science, and then later earned his Medical Degree from University of Utah School of Medicine. At the University of Utah, he was co-president of the physical medicine and rehabilitation interest group. He was also involved with the Neurology student interest group and became a scholar for the American Academy of Neurology in 2012. During the four years of medical school, Dr. Morales was an active member of the Latino Medical Student Association.
Dr. Morales went on to complete a preliminary internal medicine year at the University of New Mexico and later spent two additional years of internal medicine training at Legacy Emanuel Internal Medicine Residency Program in Portland, Oregon.
The Perris clinic offers a comprehensive pain management service along with Workers' Compensation. Call 888-824-5580 for more information and scheduling.
Healthpointe is a leading multidisciplinary healthcare organization offering a full range of medical services in practice locations throughout Southern California (Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, and Riverside County). Healthpointe, which has locations situated in over 10 cities in Southern California, has provided services over the last four decades for private patients, injured workers, personal injuries, and athletes. Our doctors specialize in orthopedic care, occupational medicine, hernia surgical repairs and more. Leading the organization is a dynamic team of healthcare professionals who continually strive to be at the forefront of medical innovation and healthcare service delivery. For more information, a complete list of services, and Healthpointe locations, visit Healthpointe.net
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