Regina Chinsio-Kwong, DO

Medical Director

As the Wellness Corners’ medical director, I oversee clinical services at our seven sites and work closely with our teams of physicians, nurse practitioners and other care providers.

As a physician dedicated to whole-person care, I strongly believe food should be a prescription for a healthier life. I recently had the opportunity to share that message on morning television when I was a guest on Good Day LA with Steve Edwards. I’ve also been featured in numerous stories on HealthCalling, offering my thoughts about swapping nutrient-dense ingredients into favorite dishes, getting the most out of vitamins and the benefits of acupuncture.

Like the rest of our Wellness Corner teams, I’m passionate about helping people make healthier choices in their everyday lives and providing holistic, personalized care for the whole you – mind, body and spirit. I’m a board-certified family medicine physician with an expertise in integrative and functional medicine. I began my practice after serving in the U.S. Navy where I was an attending family medicine physician at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton for three years.

Today, I develop integrative and functional medicine practices at the Wellness Corners and provide care for patients at the Wellness Corner at The Village in Irvine. I earned my medical degree from Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine and am an American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine diplomat.

View the Good Day LA video.

Dayne Grove

Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist

I am the naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist at the Mission Hospital Wellness Corner at Sendero Marketplace. I’m passionate about providing preventive and restorative healthcare to my patients and giving them strategies to optimize their physical and mental well-being.

My clinical expertise includes helping patients overcome endocrine, digestive and autoimmune disorders, as well as other chronic diseases through an integration of conventional and alternative approaches. I believe that nutrition is a fundamental component to good health; my nutrition strategies have helped patients reduce inflammation levels, toxicity and stress.

I believe it’s important to educate patients about the underlying cause of their health issues and empower them to improve their health through lifestyle changes. I enjoy collaborating with fellow providers to implement integrated treatment plans that restore patients’ bodies, minds and spirits.

I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh. I earned my Master’s degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine and my Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine, both from Bastyr University.

In my spare time, you can find me hiking, surfing and practicing qigong.