Learn More About Who We Are and What We Do

On these pages you will find articles about Dr. Wang's background, how she developed her specific protocols, and more general info about the treatment of fascial disorders.

Tina J. Wang, MD

Dr. Tina J Wang is a board certified Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physician specializing in Fascia.

Dr. Wang practices a unique blend of Osteopathic Medicine, Integrative Medicine and Regenerative Medicine at Tupelo Pointe. Her focus is not just treating musculoskeletal (MSK) ailments, but also facilitating Health by meeting the functional, nutritional, and unique needs of the Person seeking Health. At Tupelo Pointe, she practices bespoke MSK medicine, customized to her patient's individualized needs. By recognizing that all her patients are unique, she is able to adeptly utilize healing techniques across many disciplines tailored to her patients' needs.

Current positions and titles:

  • Tupelo Pointe Healing Arts, CEO
  • Attending Physician Loma Linda Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Assistant Clinical Professor UCR
  • Assistant Professor Loma Linda University
  • Diplomat ABPM&R
  • Medical Journal Reviewer



In your initial conversation via phone call, you and Dr. Wang will have a chat about your goals and needs. We will review if we are a good fit for a therapeutic relationship. We will determine the type of visit that best fits your needs and the role of fascia based treatments, Prolotherapy, Fascial Layer Specific Hydromanipulation, Diagnostic fascial sequencing approach using point-of-care ultrasonography and fascial glide and layer-specific palpatory verification, etc. Once you are ready, we will schedule a visit.


Ultrasound & Elastography

What is ultrasound?

Ultrasound imaging uses sound waves to produce pictures of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints throughout the body. It is used to help diagnose sprains, strains, tears, and other soft tissue conditions. Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive, and does not use ionizing radiation.


Cranial Osteopathy

What is Cranial osteopathy?

Cranial Osteopathy official definition is "a system of diagnosis and treat­ment by an osteopathic physician using the primary respiratory mechanism and balanced membranous tension." It is the process by which we manipulate the cranial sutures as well as the involuntary movement of the CNS, termed primary respiration.

This motion pattern is related to the beveling of the sutures and the attachments of the dura and requires intimate knowledge of cranial anatomy.

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Laxity in Hypermobility Syndrome, Hypermobile Connective Tissue Disorders

What are Hypermobile disorders of connective tissue (HDCT) & EDS?

HDCT are a heterogenous collection of disorders of the connective tissue. Mutations affect collagen and the way it behaves resulting in tissue hyper-distensibility and joint laxity.

Specifically, mutations change the way collagen folds and organizes itself. Collagen has to form properly from DNA translation into RNA and transcription into protein structucture that must fold correctly to function properly. Mutations change the structure, folding, and function of collagen through changes in the collagen structures itself or the proteins that influence the cleavage, folding and, thus, behavior of collagen. The affected genes and the expression of these genes affect the degree of clinical signs and symptoms.

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Dancers - B Mode & Elastography Of Pelvic Floor

The charts and images on this page show some of the differences between pelvic floor dysfunction in dancers vs. the general population.



Scientific Publications and Presentations by Tina J. Wang, MD


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The content on this website is for educational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult with your healthcare provider prior to initiating any of these treatments.