Knowing the right course of treatment and coordinated care for each unique individual is what sets physiatrists apart from other specialists in the field of musculoskeletal pain and injury. And Musculoskeletal Resources only supports physicians who are committed to setting a new standard in patient service.
In most cases, surgery should be a last resort. Talking with a physiatrist can help ensure that you consider all non-surgical treatment plans first…
If you're looking for immediate relief, here are some simple exercises and lifestyle changes —that you can implement immediately—that the physicians who we work for often recommend to their patients..
A physiatrist's goal is to get you back to the lifestyle you knew before pain and injury. That's why the physicians you learn about on painandinjury.com (and their staff) are dedicated to ensuring that you complete your treatment plan…
The fact is, studies show that there's a significant gap between the level of service that patients expect and the level of service that they actually receive from their physician. If you fall into this category, all of the doctors we support are confident that you'll appreciate their fresh approach and commitment to patients.
This has long been the mantra of physiatrists, but MSR only supports physicians who know that this applies to more than just medical treatment. It means that they'll always treat you with respect and make your recovery as pleasant as possible. What's more, they'll do whatever they can to help ensure that you'll have every opportunity to complete your treatment plan. That includes free transportation (in most cases) that offers roundtrip door-to-door service for those who can't make it to appointments on their own.
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"What was great about DHD is that they have a full gym, which allowed me to build back the muscle and ligaments that were damaged from the accident…"
No matter whom you decide to see for treatment, be sure to ask your caregiver these ten questions…