Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
We believe your body has many of the tools it needs to heal itself! The heart of physical medicine and rehabilitation is to overcome physical impairments and improve your quality of life. Through intentional movements, specific muscle groups can be strengthened, giving you better mobility and comfort. We offer a full range of services to clients, that includes physical medicine and rehabilitation. Our expert team provides physical rehabilitation to clients every day. We approach each person as an individual, customizing your course of physical medicine to meet your exact needs.
In addition to sports-related injuries or pain, there are numerous reasons to see a physical medicine specialist. Other people find they need physical medicine and rehabilitation due to: Herniated discs, Back pain, Neck pain, Headaches, Rotator cuff injures, Elbow pain, Hip injuries, Knee and ankle sprains, Whiplash.
Whether your condition is new or old, we can help. Our doctors will help you regain independence and give you the strength to enjoy your life again.
- We treat our patients with dignity & respect.
- We propagate clinical risk management
- We create an environment that is patient-friendly & transparent
There is one more than one kind of physical medicine. Some people think of this as a treatment option for elderly people after an injury or surgery. This is a valid, but incomplete understanding. Physical medicine specialists treat everyone from children to personal trainers. If you are finding yourself suffering from a specific kind of muscular pain, this might be a course of treatment to investigate. Here are some different types of physical medicine. Orthopedic physical medicine and rehabilitation provides rehabilitation that focuses on: Muscles, Ligaments, Tendons, Joints.
This kind of treatment is great for sports injuries and can include stretching, endurance exercises, joint mobilization and strength training.
Some people are concerned that physical medicine will be painful. While there’s some work involved, you are in good hands with us.
Wear comfortable clothes and easy-to-remove shoes
Meet with your care provider
Discuss your needs and learn about your treatment options
Choose a course of treatment and schedule your next visit
The actual appointments for physical therapy will involve an expert provider guiding you through specific movements. These could include things like:
Light cardiovascular exercises
Slow, deliberate movements
You may use tools like blocks or bands to assist you. The physical medicine specialist will provide everything you need and include follow-up activities for you to do independently at home.