Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Meet Your Physiatrists

Our multispecialty rehabilitation team is led by a group of highly regarded physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, also known as physiatrists. They work closely with primary care physicians, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, and many other specialists to develop and lead an effective and holistic treatment and prevention plan for those recovering from injury, illness or disabling condition. 

Our physiatrists treat a wide range of medical conditions that affect bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons. They also treat neurological conditions associated with injury to the brain, spinal cord and nerves. In fact, several of our physiatrists have subspecialty training and/or certification in brain injury medicine, neuromuscular medicine, pain medicine and/or sports medicine.  

As specialists in pain, physical dysfunction and rehabilitation, our physiatrists bring tremendous value to our care team. They are typically consulted early in the care delivery for patients at risk of physical impairment, delayed physical recovery or need for post-acute care. If you have been involved in a car accident, work or sports-related injury, or other traumatic event, you will likely be seen by one of our physiatrists. 

Our physiatrists provide rehabilitation expertise for a wide range of conditions and injuries, including:


Our goal is to help you recover quickly and safely so that you can return to an active and productive life. Throughout your treatment, you will meet with your physiatrist who will assess your progress and, when necessary, alter your treatment plan for improved recovery. Depending on your condition or injury, treatments may include physical, occupational and/or recreational therapy, speech-language pathology, neuropsychology, nursing care and other specialized rehabilitative services. 

Our physiatrists are available at all levels of care within rehabilitation, including acute hospital care, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient rehabilitation.