Conditions We Treat at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Call 1-800-533-UPMC (533-8762) to make an appointment with a doctor from the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Whether following treatment at the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute Institute or receiving a direct referral to outpatient therapy, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation treats a variety of functional, pain-related, and neurological disorders. From chronic back pain to traumatic brain injuries, our neurology specialists and physiatrists are uniquely qualified to help restore your overall quality of life.

The doctors at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation have specialized training in physical medicine and rehabilitation, also known as physiatry.

As physiatrists, they focus on restoring function in people with neurological disorders and pain issues, including those who have experienced catastrophic events or injuries with specialized techniques such as nerve stimulators and prolotherapy.

Issue Conditions
Neurological disorders and diseases

Other issues and injuries


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