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CHRISTINE MARTINEZ MPAP, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Martinez, Christina PA-C

SPECIALTIES

CREDENTIALS

Education

BS, Human Development
UC Davis – College

Master’s Degree, Physician Assistant Practice
University of Southern California – College, 2004

WHERE

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ABOUT

Christine Martinez

Christine Martinez joined Muir Orthopaedic Specialists in February 2013. She primarily works with Dr. Louay Toma in general orthopedics with an emphasis on hip and knee replacement. She assists in surgery and also provides thorough care and education to patients.

Christine has been working as an orthopedic PA since 2007, assisting in total knee and hip replacements and knee and shoulder arthroscopy. Since 2008, she has focused on patient care in the clinic and assisting in shoulder arthroscopy for difficult rotator cuff repairs and shoulder instability, as well as total shoulder and reverse total shoulder replacements. She brings a wealth of experience to Muir Orthopaedic Specialists. Christine obtained her master’s degree in physician assistant practice from the University of Southern California in 2004. Originally from the Bay Area, she received her Bachelor of Science in human development from UC Davis.

Christine played sports throughout her academic career and has great respect for orthopedic medicine. She enjoys spending time with her family and continues to stay active with CrossFit exercise, volleyball, and dance.

“Christine was very kind and explained the hip replacement to be done by Dr. Toma so we could understand. Very knowledgeable. Took her time and answered our questions. Very pleased!” — Kathy

Working with:

JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGEON

Dr. Toma is joined by Christine Martinez, PA-C to provide the highest standard of care.

Physician Assistants:

PAs are medical professionals who diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans and prescribe medication. With thousands of hours of medical training, PAs are versatile and collaborative.

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Physician Assistants undergo 2,000 hours of clinical rotations during their training.

2000 Hours