Dr. Mignosa


                                               ABOUT DR. MIGNOSA


Dr. Mignosa is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. For the past decade he has taught at medical schools, lectured at international conferences, and consulted for the World Surf League.


Dr. Mignosa was a Regent Scholar at the University of California, Irvine, where he earned a BS in Chemistry and Biochemistry after which he became an Ambassadorial Scholar for Rotary International and was awarded a scholarship to attend the University of Queensland, Australia where he earned a graduate degree in Clinical Exercise Science. Upon returning to Orange County, he led exercise physiology programs at hospitals and wellness centers. He attended medical school at Touro University California where he became a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. With a grant from the Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP), Dr. Mignosa conducted research at Stanford University on quality of life with severe physical trauma and he completed residency training at the University of California, Los Angeles with a specialty in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R).


The medical practice of Timeless Medicine is an integration of traditional physical medicine and rehabilitation, osteopathic manual therapy, and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization.


For rehabilitation to be effective it must treat the body as one interconnected unit with a thoughtful approach to address the objective measurements of function. In simple terms the evaluation of function must take the following components into consideration:

Postural Restrictions

Movement Limitations

Coordination / Balance

Injury History

Scared Tissue

Compensation / Guarding Patterns

Developmental Pathology


All of these elements and more contribute to the overall picture of health in the evaluation and treatment of pain and dysfunction.


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