Regina Chinsio-Kwong, DO

Medical Director, St. Joseph Hoag Health Wellness Corners

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 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.

Stephanie Chen

Physician Assistant (Board-Certified)

I’m the board-certified Physician Assistant at the St. Joseph Hoag Health Wellness Corner at Newport Center.

With more than 15 years of experience in health care, I treat patients in the primary and urgent care settings with dignity, compassion and respect, helping them to achieve optimum health.

I value the relationships I create with the people I’m privileged to help. I speak Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese and excel in treating patients from a variety of cultures and traditions.

I have a master’s degree in Physician Assistant studies, a doctorate and a master’s degree in Physical Therapy, and a bachelor’s degree in Health Science, all from Loma Linda University.

Jan Carlo Zegarra, DC

Chiropractic Physician

I am the chiropractic physician at the St. Joseph Hoag Health Wellness Corner. I love helping to restore people to good health and giving them the tools to stay well. I bring expertise in chiropractic medicine, physiotherapy, exercise rehabilitation and nutrition, and I have worked with patients of all ages and fitness levels. I have extensive experience with athletes, including professionals in the NFL, NHL, MLB and UFC.

I understand what it’s like to be in pain and have less-than-optimum health. As a former professional volleyball player, I was derailed by a back injury that took me out of my sport. After working with a chiropractor, I got well enough to get back in the game. That experience motivated me to pursue chiropractic medicine.

In my area of expertise, I focus on understanding the root cause of a problem and utilize a variety of manual therapy and exercise techniques to accelerate recovery and prevent injury from occurring again. I advise my patients to take active roles in their health and wellness. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in physiology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. I also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences and my Doctor of Chiropractic (summa cum laude) at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois.

In my spare time, I enjoy playing and coaching volleyball, and being outdoors with my wife and two sons.

Rachel Bellows, PT, DPT, OCS

Physical Therapist

I am the physical therapist at the St. Joseph Hoag Health Wellness Corner. As a former collegiate water polo player and high school coach, I recognize the importance of maintaining optimum health through exercise and nutrition, and understand the frustration that comes with being derailed by an injury. I’m excited about being part of a team of experts committed to helping people feel their best through a variety of therapies and services.

My interest in physical therapy began as a student at Pitzer College, where I majored in Human Biology and played water polo for Pomona-Pitzer. Sports, which had been a big part of my life growing up, continue to be important to me. I was fortunate to complete my internship treating the Cleveland Indians minor league players while completing my Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Columbia University. While sports rehabilitation continues to be a strong interest of mine, my time at Stanford Health Care as an orthopedic physical therapy resident allowed me to broaden my expertise to helping patients with movement patterns and function through development of specific treatment plans based on their goals, whether that’s getting back to the soccer field or playing with grandchildren.

Outside of the clinic, I enjoy hiking and spending time in the ocean, either surfing or body surfing, with friends and family. I volunteer for the Life Rolls on Foundation in Huntington Beach during its annual summer event.