Main Menu

Related content

Orthopaedic rehabilitation focuses on pain and injuries stemming from bones, joints, and muscle tissue. Physical and occupational therapists use therapeutic exercise, manual techniques, and the use of various modalities for pain, relief, muscle re-education and strengthening, and improved function. Therapists may also work on balance, proprioception, and posture to help patients prevent future injuries.

Common problems seem in orthopaedic rehabilitation include neck and back pain, shoulder pain, rotator cuff injuries/surgery, hand therapy, hip and knee replacements, knee/foot/ankle problems, and pain management.

Top quality rehabilitation for orthopaedic problems can be found at any of the DMH Rehabilitation facilities.