Chronic pain can be one of the most overwhelming health-related challenges to face. We know pain management isn’t just about removing the physical pain, it’s about getting back your quality of life and sense of well-being.

Our experienced orthopedic surgeons and specialists, as well as our support staff, are committed to working with you to find what’s causing your pain and to develop a treatment plan that brings you needed relief and puts you back on track for the activities you miss most.

Pain Management Treatments

No matter what kind of pain-related challenges you face, our experienced specialists have a proven track record of success at helping people just like you feel whole again, from accurate diagnosis, to effective physical therapy, to successful surgery when needed.

Our physical therapy offerings include:

  • Acute & Chronic Orthopedic impairments/conditions
    • Spinal rehabilitation
    • Knee/Hip rehabilitation
    • Shoulder rehabilitation
    • Sports Injuries/Rehabilitation
    • Overuse injuries
  • Postural re-education
  • Gait training
  • Yoga/Pilates techniques/exercises
  • Industrial Rehabilitation
    • Functional Capacity Evaluations
    • Work Conditioning
  • Modalities for pain/inflammation
  • Exercise Instruction
  • Joint mobilization/soft tissue mobilization
  • Therapeutic taping
  • Treatment of spinal conditions w/McKenzie approach when appropriate

In addition to offering the most proven techniques, we’re also constantly exploring new medical technology to make sure we’re offering the most advanced care possible. Our orthopedic surgeons and physicians are leaders in their specialties and sought after for their expertise and continued innovation.

Our dedicated and board-certified staff has decades of experience successfully treating:

  • Ankle pain
  • Arthritis pain
  • Back pain
  • Cartilage damage
  • Foot and ankle fractures
  • Hand pain
  • Inflammation
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Ligament and tendon damage
  • Nerve pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Spine pain
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