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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatry)

Our wellness-based program focuses on your unique needs, specializing in custom care for nerves, muscles, and bones

Physical Medicine: Restoring Function

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialists diagnose and treat disorders, disease, or injuries such as acute or chronic pain, back and neck problems, pinched nerves, and orthopedic injuries.

Our specialists – known as physiatrists – use conservative, non-surgical treatments to restore your body’s function and help you maintain an active lifestyle.

Common Conditions

  • Acute and/or chronic pain
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Musculoskeletal problems (back and neck pain)
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Pinched nerves
  • Stroke

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Physical Medicine Blog Articles

Learn about ways to prevent injury and promote faster recovery with tips from our experts.
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    You don’t have to live with it: Four tools to manage your chronic pain

    Pain eats away at you and keeps you from doing what you love. It’s time to stop suffering. Check out these things you can do long-term to help you live a better life.

  • Exercise and Nutrition

    Pilates and Pain: How You Can Fix Your Back

    Patients often turn to medication, surgery, or physical therapy for sweet relief, but Pilates could be the perfect fit for managing pain.

  • Exercise and Nutrition

    Arthritis Relief? Go for the Gut

    Inflammation starts in the gut, and diet has a huge impact on your joint and arthritis pain. Here's what you need to know.