• Rehabilitation

  • People who are suffering from loss of function due to injury, illness or disabling conditions often need rehabilitation. A lifestyle free of pain is critical to your quality of life, being able perform tasks at your job, your ability to enjoy activities outside of work, and more. With individualized treatment plans, patients can expect to be treated as more than just another number. It's important to work fully with your doctor and complete your exercises at home. Following these instructions is very important to a timely and complete recovery.

    Rehabilitation emphasizes the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to muscles, nerves and bones. The goal of rehabilitation is to restore maximum function through treating the whole person while enhancing performance. A person may start rehabilitation to enhance basic tasks or movements, regain loss of motion, or improve functional strength and stability.



    Common conditions that are treated through rehabilitation include:
    •    Arthritis
    •    Carpal Tunnel
    •    Disc Herniation
    •    Fibromyalgia
    •    Headaches
    •    Knee Injuries
    •    Low Back Pain
    •    Migraines
    •    Motor Vehicle Accident
    •    Musculoskeletal Injuries
    •    Neuropathy
    •    Sciatica
    •    Shoulder Injuries
    •    Spine Pain
    •    Sports-Related Injuries
    •    Stenosis
    •    Tennis Elbow
    •    Work-Related Injuries