Centinela Freeman Regional Center Marina Campus now has a walk-in clinic located at the Diagnostic and Interventional Spinal Care facility — the Marina Sport and Spine Institute.

“We are extremely proud to officially open the doors of the Marina Sport and Spine Institute,” said Michael Rembis, Centinela Freeman Health Systems’ chief executive officer. “Working closely with the Diagnostic and Interventional Spinal Care medical group, our clinic will be staffed by an incredible team of experts who are highly trained in the treatment of complex cervical, spine and sport-related injuries.

“Diagnostic and Interventional Spinal Care has assembled the top experts in neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, physical medicine and anesthesia at a single location to serve the Marina, West- side and South Bay communities,” said Rembis.

The Marina Spine and Sport Institute is a multidisciplinary center offering comprehensive back and spine services, with evaluation, diagnosis, pain management and treatment of cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine conditions, rehabilitation and recovery.

Robert S. Bray, Jr., M.D. and his multidisciplinary comprehensive institute for spine and orthopedic care — Diagnostic and Interventional Spinal Care (D.I.S.C.) in Marina del Rey — are bringing new patients to Centinela Freeman Regional Center Marina Campus.

Bray, a board-certified neurosurgeon with experience in minimally invasive spine and neck surgery, is treating his patients at the Marina area hospital, and this has allowed the hospital owners to focus their capital investments on the hospital and on attracting top level physicians to join the hospital, said Cyndee Woelfle, Centinela Freeman Health Systems director of business development and public relations.

Bray was also appointed medical director of the Spinal Institute at Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica June 1st.

“Dr. Bray brings to the spine institute a wealth of experience in creating and maintaining a center of excellence for the care and treatment of spinal disorders,” said David Mauss, vice president of business development at Saint John’s Health Center.

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