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Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

Physical therapy is a physical treatment modality that promotes optimal health and functional independence through physical intervention (therapy using mechanical force and movements). The goal of physical therapy is to improve mobility and decrease pain, making daily tasks and activities more manageable.

At Michigan Pain Consultants, we have physical therapists available onsite at five of our six Pain Management Centers.

A Physical Therapist is educated to understand the interaction of all the body parts. With this knowledge, they begin with a thorough examination to diagnose the problem and begin treatment. A Physical Therapist teaches you how to improve your body awareness. Manual therapy combined with therapeutic exercises helps you to relax better, and move more freely for longer periods. Michigan Pain Consultants Physical Therapists advise on proper posture & body movement at home and in the work place, treating injuries, consulting on fitness, strength and endurance training. Ask your Pain Specialist if your pain management program should include PT.

Physical Therapy Services Provided by:

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Facts about Physical Therapy at Michigan Pain Consultants


The following list contains a few of the most common ailments PT can treat:

  • Neuromusculoskeltal pain and dysfunction
  • Neck & Back pain and dysfunction
  • Pelvic pain and dysfunction
  • Upper extremity pain and dysfunction
  • Lower extremity pain and dysfunction
  • Jaw pain and headache
Treatments & Services we offer:

  • Physical Therapy Evaluation
  • Funtional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)
  • Electro-Thermal Modalities-TENS
  • Manual Therapy Techniques
  • Variety of therapeutic exercises from relaxation to stretching, endurance training to strengthening
  • Relaxation and optimum muscle control training
  • Feldenkrais
  • Ergonomic Training
  • Conditioning
  • Developing home exercise programs
Goals of Michigan Pain Consultants Physical Therapy:

  • Relieve pain and discomfort
  • Decrease Impairment and dysfunction
  • Improve or maintain function
  • Prevent or minimize disability
  • Educate the patient to be effective in self management

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