Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Orthopedic Rehabilitation focuses on problems of the musculoskeletal system - muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons. Orthopedic Rehabilitation is essential to restore the patient's activity, strength and motion right after injury or surgery.
Neurological Rehabilitation
Neurological rehabilitation designed for people with diseases, trauma, or disorders of the nervous system. Neurological rehabilitation can often improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the well-being of the patient.
Sprain/Strain Rehabilitation
A sprain is a stretching or tearing of ligaments — the tough bands of fibrous tissue that connect two bones together in your joints. A strain is a stretching or tearing of muscle or tendon. A tendon is a fibrous cord of tissue that connects muscles to bones.
Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation
Pre - this is a program designed by your physical therapists to help you prior to surgery so that you can have a great outcome after surgery. The goals of a pre-habilitation program:

  • Mentally prepare for surgery
  • Reduce pain and inflammation
  • Improving muscular control of the injured joint
  • Normalizing movement patterns prior to your surgery
  • Improved overall well-being and fitness
  • Improved overall well-being and fitness
  • Gain a good understanding of the exercises that you will perform immediately after surgery

Post – this program comes immediately after surgery when the body part may be immobilized while pain and swelling subside. Then comes a series of progressively challenging exercises to restore range of motion, stability, and strength. The final goal is to return the patient to a pre-injury activity level. Post-operative treatments may specifically include:

  • Strategies for pain reduction including modalities such as ice, heat, and electrical stimulation
  • Flexibility exercises to improve range of motion
  • Exercises to strengthen muscles
  • Posture, balance, and coordination training
  • Gait analysis and training
  • Manual therapy techniques
Auto Injuries Rehab
A car accident can have a devastating effect on one’s life and the aftereffects can be both financially and physically detrimental. Motor vehicle accidents often result in a variety of complex injuries and symptoms. Some of the more commonly sustained injuries include whiplash, headaches, back pain and injuries to the neck, shoulders, knees and other extremities.

Often, individuals experience little or no symptoms initially following a car accident but subsequently suffer from a variety of symptoms including pain and decreased function and mobility. Often the trauma associated with these types of injuries takes days and sometimes weeks to manifest itself. That is why it is important to receive immediate and appropriate treatment following an auto accident. The longer you delay treatment the harder it may be to get back to normal.

PMRG clinicians create customized programs that improve function and promote healing in a timely manner. They will assist you in returning you to your normal, daily, living activities as soon as possible. We offer excellent services, communication and accessibility. At PMRG we specialize in getting you back to work and back to life sooner. Relieve the pain of your auto injury and schedule an appointment today at one of our conveniently located clinics near you.
Sports Injuries Rehabilitation
1. Injuries can occur in any sporting activity, and sports injury rehabilitation is a very important part of the athletes sport life. ... Sports injuries, by definition, include injuries involving the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system includes the bones, tissues, muscles, and cartilage.