Dr. Joseph Moore
Dr. Joseph Moore graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1982 and started a Navy career that spanned over 30 years. While doing his Family Medicine Residency at the Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, CA, he realized the principles of Sports Medicine could more quickly return injured Marines back to full duty. The key principal was early access for injuries, similar to an urgent care model. After his family medicine training, he completed a sports medicine fellowship and worked with the US Olympic Teams in Colorado Spring, was team physician at World Youth Game in Moscow in 1995 and team doctor to the USA Women’s Ice Hockey team before the Nagano Games in 1998. He started the Navy’s Sports Medicine program at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton to train Navy Sports Medicine doctors. The community has gone on to develop over 22 Navy sports medicine clinics both stateside and overseas. Dr. Moore is a clinical instructor at UCSD School of Medicine and lectures at the American Academy of Family Physicians’ National Meeting. He is an ordained Roman Catholic Deacon, and he and his wife of over 30 years, Laura, have four adult children.
Dr. Patty Quinn
Over 28 years of experience in family medicine, women’s health and urgent care. She has her doctorate in Nursing Practice and serves as Professor of Nursing at Azusa Pacific University School of Nursing. Her emphasis is in the area of women’s health.
Registered dietician with tremendous depth and breadth of knowledge in the area of Nutrition and Dietetics. She has a natural teaching style and the ability to make the complex subject understandable.
Physical therapist with remarkable experience in all aspects of physical therapy and rehabilitation, but has special talent using the active release technique. She takes on some of the most the difficult cases and gets excellent results.
Degree in Kinesiology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She uses her excellent clinical and organization skills to keep the office running smoothly. Her passion is caring for the elderly, and working with patients to make sure they have the best possible outcome from their time spent in the clinic.
Passionate about returning athletes and patients from injury to a full and active life. As a kinesiologist and exercise physiologist, she works with the understanding that movement is the window to dysfunction. Anya obtained her B.S. in Exercise Science and B.A. in Health and Fitness Education from Seattle Pacific University.
Over 20 years of experience in office management and credentialing. An excellent organizer, she works with outside organizations and agencies to keep the clinic provider’s credentialing and licensure up to date.
Medical assistant and x-ray tech. He is a native San Diegan, is married to Krystle and feels blessed to be a father to their 2-year-old daughter. He loves helping people, fishing and travel.
Medical assistant and x-ray tech, and hails from Fallbrook, CA. He volunteers at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton taking care of active duty, veterans and family members. He is a competitive paint ball player and enjoys archery.