Physical Medicine

Physical Medicine

Our physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians are experts in diagnosing the source of a patient’s pain. Once they diagnose the source, they are able to precisely manage the challenges that are causing the pain. Our team uses a comprehensive approach to increase the function in your problem area while decreasing your pain.

We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of spine, nerve, joint, muscular and myofascial pain. Our doctors can perform EMG/NCV (Electromyogram/Nerve Conduction Studies) to diagnose nerve damage. But most importantly, our physicians will listen to you and work hard to manage your pain.

Conditions we treat include, but are not limited to:

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - symptoms include numbness in hand, weakened grip

Cervalgia - symptoms include neck pain

CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) - Chronic arm or leg pain that may develop after an injury, surgery, stroke, or heart attack

Headaches/Migraines

Lumbar Radiopathy - symptoms include low back pain

Lumbago - symptoms include low back pain

Nerve impingement - often called sciatica, symptoms include pain from the buttocks down into the leg and can also affect the arm

Nerve Pain/Pinched Nerve - causes pain in spine or in the extremities

Peripheral Neuropathy - symptoms include numbness in the feet

Radiculitis - symptoms include pain radiating down leg or arm

Shoulder (Supraspinatus) Tendonitis - symptoms include shoulder pain

Tendonitis - frequently caused by overuse, for example, Tennis Elbow

Trochanteric Bursitis - symptoms include pain when lying on your side

Whiplash - symptoms include neck strain and pain often from an accident or injury