Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
We make every effort to help patients cope with their health conditions through physical therapy, pain management, and rehabilitation.
Our board-certified specialists in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) are trained to evaluate and help treat patients with back and neck pain in a nonsurgical way. The focus is to help restore movement and function to patients who are temporarily or permanently disabled by disease or injury.
Our rehabilitation specialists manage issues that span the entire spectrum, from complicated trauma to sports-related injuries for athletes. Whether you want to strengthen an injured muscle or find relief from chronic pain, a rehabilitation physician can work with you to determine realistic short- and long-term health goals.
As nerve, muscle, and bone experts, we take the whole body into consideration when helping to overcome physical challenges. We make every effort to help patients cope with their health conditions through physical therapy, pain management, and rehabilitation.
Decreasing Pain and Enhancing Performance
We treat a wide range of common physical disabilities and conditions, including:
- Back pain
- Body parts with functional limitations
- Brain injury
- Carpal tunnel
- Cerebral palsy
- Herniated disc
- Multiple sclerosis
- Muscular dystrophy
- Musculoskeletal injuries (pain of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and bones)
- Neck Pain
- Parkinson's disease
- Pinched nerve
- Spina bifida
- Spinal cord injury
- Spine pain (low back pain, neck pain)
- Sports-related injuries
- Vestibular/balance disorders
- Work-related injuries
- Wound care
Tailoring Your Treatment Plan
A clear understanding of your condition and limitations is necessary to develop a treatment plan that’s tailored to your medical needs. A rehabilitation physician may prescribe low-impact activities to regain strength in a particular body part or encourage physical therapy for more serious conditions and long-term pain relief. If surgery is required, your Kelsey-Seybold Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist will work closely with your surgeon to help get you back on the road to recovery.