You are not alone. Pain is a national epidemic.
More than 116 million Americans struggle with chronic pain – more than the number of patients with cancer, heart disease, and diabetes combined. Pain affects how people feel, move and interact. If you are looking for less invasive treatment options for your pain and to get back to life with motion and movement, we can help.
We teach you how to manage your pain and get back to life and function.
Our board-certified physiatrists are bone, muscle and nerve experts who treat injuries and diseases that affect how you move and function. By using a combination of minimally invasive procedures combined with targeted physical therapy and other complementary therapies, physiatrists strive to maximize your pain relief and function without surgery.
For chronic problems that have affected your life, the Functional Recovery Program (FRP) is the best treatment option.
The most common types of pain and painful conditions we treat include the following:
Injuries happen when least expected and when you can least afford to take time off work or the activities you enjoy. Physiatrists are experts in nerve, muscle, soft tissue and bone. Treating injuries and, more importantly, the underlying causes of injuries, are a physiatrist’s specialty.
We treat sports-related, personal, auto and workplace injuries.
When you meet with one of our physiatrists, you’ll receive a comprehensive evaluation, accurate diagnosis, and a personalized treatment plan to get you back to the activities you enjoy.
The common types of injuries we treat include the following:
At Rehabilitation Physicians, PC our focus is to restore function and return independence to those with disabilities as a result of neurological disease, stroke, head injury, and other medical conditions or physical impairments.
When you meet with one of our physicians, you will receive a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan to help you achieve your goal of recovering to pre-injury or disease functional abilities.
We treat a wide continuum of injuries, accidents and disabling conditions that have its origins in or affect the following: