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Workers Compensation

  • Physician Credentials 

  • Board Certified

    • American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (ABPM&R)

    • Subspecialty Certification – Sports Medicine

    • Subspecialty Certification – Pain Management

    • American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM)

  • Board Examiner

    • American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (ABPM&R)

    • American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM)

  • Presenter/Expert

    • American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (AAPM&R)

    • American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM)

    • North American Spine Society (NASS)

Your goal is our goal!
At Spine and Sports Physiatrists, our physicians are trained to alleviate and prevent disability and believe in the sports medicine approach, or “return to play” model.  Our physiatrists will modify your return-to-work plan based on your improvement.

Non-surgical emphasis
Most musculoskeletal injuries can be treated effectively without surgery.  Our physicians are invested in finding effective, non-surgical treatments and provide appropriate referrals, if necessary, for optimal care.


Team approach
We coordinate ongoing care with your therapists and surgical specialists, etc.  Case managers, adjusters, and referring doctors are kept informed of your progress.  Our physicians will keep all parties informed to move your recovery along as quickly as possible.

What types of conditions do we treat?
Our physicians are expertly trained to manage sprain and strains as well as the following common muscle, joint and bone conditions: 

  • Neck: disc herniation, pinched nerves

  • Shoulders: rotator cuff, dislocation, impingement, Little League Shoulder

  • Elbows: tendonitis, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, Little League Elbow

  • Wrists: tendonitis

  • Low Back: herniated discs, stress fractures, pinched nerves, sciatica

  • Hips: tendonitis, labral tears, hip pointers

  • Knees: meniscus injury, ACL injury, swelling

  • Ankles/Feet: tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis

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