Dr. Paul Corona was born and raised in Southern California. He attended the University of Southern California from 1980-1984, where he received a BS degree in Biology/Premed. He then received his M.D. degree from New York Medical College in 1989, and completed a Family Practice Residency program from 1989 to 1992 at California Medical Center in Los Angeles, and became
Board Certified in the specialty of Family Medicine.
Dr. Corona enjoyed practicing the full spectrum of family medicine but in the mid-90s became particularly interested in how stress and other emotional symptoms affected the physical body.
He discovered that the Mind-Body Connection is a chemical one, and that imbalances chemically within the nervous system were primarily responsible for a lot of common medical problems that are seen daily in a primary care setting.
Dr. Corona discovered how easily and effectively neurochemical imbalances can be treated, how amazing the results are, and how impacting this can be in people’s lives.
Since the mid-90s, Dr. Corona has become better known as the “Doctor for Depression” as he’s treated tens of thousands of patients for neurochemical imbalances, and has dedicated his career to patient care and teaching patients and doctors about this vitally important topic.
The author of the popular book, Healing the Mind and Body, Dr. Corona is now finishing his second edition, a book of the same title but geared specifically to physicians and psychiatrists with details on implementation of the methodologies he has proven to work, time and time again.
Dr. Corona and his wife, Denise, live in South Orange County with their children, Logan and Baylee.