Christine Torralba Diaz, MD
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I speak: English, Tagalog
My gender: Female
Where I practice
Hi! Welcome to my Web page. Thank you for taking the time to learn a little about me.
I decided early in life that I wanted to do meaningful work. I eventually decided to become a physician because I wanted to help people during their times of need. I went to Northwestern University in Illinois for my undergraduate education. I later went to Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University. For residency, I trained to become a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician (physiatrist) at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
About my practice
In our Physical Medicine Department here in Fontana, we treat members with a team-based approach geared towards overall well-being. Besides being nonsurgical, musculoskeletal specialists, physiatrists are known as "function" physicians. Our goal is to help our members have a good quality of life.
How I thrive
My family is what keeps me centered and how I stay balanced. I have a wonderful husband and two beautiful children. My extended family is also nearby. Together, we love exploring Southern California and having family dinners. I’m a lifelong baseball fan—and a Los Angeles Angels fan by marriage. When I have free time, I enjoy learning to play golf, playing softball, and going to the movies.