General Orthopedic Rehabilitation

General Orthopedic Rehabilitation

The goal of orthopedic rehabilitation is to look at the body as a whole, treat the injured/painful region, but also address all underlying dysfunctions that may have caused the injury or that may be compensating due to the injury.

For this reason, orthopedic rehabilitation encompasses treatment of the cervical spine (neck), thoracic spine (mid back), lumbar spine (low back), TMJ (Jaw), and all extremities (arms and legs). This includes injuries from motor vehicle accidents, work related incidents, Post-Operative rehabilitation, acute injuries, and chronic pain.

We treat people of all ages with various diagnosis and all levels of complexity. This can include, but is not limited to: spinal conditions both acute and chronic (disc disease, stenosis, nerve symptoms), extremity strains, sprains, and impingement (shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip knee, ankle/foot), TMJ dysfunctions, and headaches.

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January 23, 2015