Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Maximizing Joint Function, Minimizing Discomfort and Risk

At Spectrum Orthopaedics, our goal with every patient is to help maximize joint function while minimizing discomfort. After all, you only have one life to live. Let’s get you back to living it!

Our rehabilitation services are designed to improve quality of life and help you learn how to find independence and strength in everyday activities. Living with a disability or disorder that affects the joints doesn’t have to mean accepting discomfort and defeat on a daily basis. A personalized treatment plan from the area's best physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist is just a phone call away!

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Restore Functional Ability with Medicine, Physical Therapy, and Coaching

No one should have to live without being able to comfortably perform everyday tasks, which is why we do what we do. But when surgery isn’t necessary or just isn’t the right treatment method for you, we must help you learn how to restore function in your body in other ways. Our physical medicine and rehabilitation services aim to:

  • Determine the cause of your discomfort and limited joint function
  • Restore function and ease discomfort using medical and interventional treatments
  • Improve joint function through a personalized physical therapy plan
  • Teach you skills to ease discomfort while focusing on total health and wellness

Our Commitment to Keeping You Safe and Risk-Free

Our physical medicine and rehabilitation services include a number of components to provide a holistic, well-rounded experience for our patients, including:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Medication Management
  • Skills Training for Managing Pain and Discomfort
  • Behavioral Health

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