What is rehabilitation?
Types of Rehabilitation
Diagnosis and EMG
Conditions and Treatments
Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Musculoskeletal and Spine Center
Illness and accidents can cause muscle weakness, loss of limbs, imbalance or pain. You may need special exercises to regain your strength and abilities. You may also need to adjust to permanent changes so you can return to your normal activities.
Your doctor may recommend the care of a rehabilitation medicine specialist to guide your recovery. A rehabilitation doctor will help you recover from or adjust to injuries to bones, muscles, tissues and nervous system (such as traumatic brain injury or stroke).
Our doctors offer programs that may include:
Rehabilitation may take place in the hospital (inpatient rehabilitation) or during office visits (outpatient rehabilitation).
Other forms of rehabilitation assist in recovering from or adjusting to spinal cord injuries, sports injures, back pain, fibromyalgia, amputations and chronic pain., Your program may include use of a prosthetic limb or other adapted equipment.
Your program will end when you have regained as much of your former ability as possible. Rehabilitation may continue for as long as you are seeing progress. That may be several months.