Physiatry (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation)

Physiatrists are providers who specialize in diagnosing and treating problems of the musculoskeletal system.


  • Perform thorough history and physical examinations
  • Order appropriate testing to find the source of a patient's pain, injury or disability
  • Develop an individualized treatment program tailored to meet patients' needs (utilizing other healthcare professionals including behavioral health specialists, physical therapists, pain medicine specialist and neurologists)
  • Utilize a comprehensive approach that produces not only cost-effective results, but also a high degree of patient satisfaction
  • Restore function and reduce pain
  • Treat acute and chronic pain and musculoskeletal disorders
  • Perform EMG neurodiagnostic studies
  • Employ a variety of treatment methods, including medication management and monitoring patients' progress in the overall treatment plan



Pain Medicine

Pain Medicine specialists evaluate and manage chronic pain conditions, in addition to offering interventional procedures.