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Physical medicine doctors (also known as physiatrists or physiologists) at PeaceHealth help patients with life-altering muscle, bone, soft tissue or nervous system problems. This includes recovery from a medical disorder, injury or surgery.
Using therapy, medicines and pain management techniques, the goal is to reduce pain, enhance quality of life and restore function and mobility. With plans tailored to your needs, the physiology team can address medical, occupational, social or emotional concerns.
PeaceHealth offers you choices close to home.
If physical therapy and rehabilitation [Link to physical therapy and rehab page] is parrt of your treatment plan, you Can get it all in one location. For your convenience, we offer both inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient services.
To make sure your care process is seamless, we coordinate with your referring specialists — whether they are a cancer, neurology, orthopedic or another specialist.
Your team works with you to help you understand your treatment plan and goals. Beyond physical care, we offer patient education and family support, and we’ll help you set clear, realistic goals.
Physiatrists evaluate and treat patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or concussions, as well as those with spinal cord injuries and spine fractures.
Physiatrists help address pain, lymphedema (swelling from lymph node damage), trouble with eating and other side effects from cancer treatment.
Dealing with chronic pain can take a toll on your physical and mental health. Behavioral health support can help you cope with chronic pain caused from headaches, fibromyalgia and more.
We treat conditions that affect the brain or spine, and the nerves that connect them. These include stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), peripheral nerve disorders and Parkinson’s disease.
Orthopedic conditions and sports-related injuries we treat include fractures, joint issues, post-surgery (including amputation and joint replacement) or knee injuries like ACL.
Spasticity is when muscles are tense or can’t stop contracting due to an autoimmune or neuromuscular disorder such as cerebral palsy (CP), multiple sclerosis (MS) or muscular dystrophy (MD).
Getting back on your feet is key to healing after surgery. We help you regain strength, reduce scar tissue and improve function after surgery, including heart or lung surgery.