At RebalanceMD, we have a team of experienced physicians who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of acute, sub-acute and chronic musculoskeletal and sport injury problems. Our physician team consists of Sports Medicine Physicians, Physiatrists, and Orthopedic Surgeons, whom together have the expertise to provide a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment regime.
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Orthopaedics is a medical specialty focused on injuries and diseases of the body’s musculoskeletal system. Treatment options include both non-operative and operative.
Total Joint Replacement (“New Joint Journey”)
RebalanceMD’s New Joint Program and POPP programs are for patients who are undergoing a hip, knee, shoulder or ankle replacement. These programs guide patients through their surgical journey pre-operatively as well as post-operatively through their recovery.
Physiotherapy is a health care profession dedicated to the assessment and treatment of disorders affecting the patient’s movement.
Knee Kinesiography (KneeKG)
KneeKG is a clinical examination that accurately and objectively assesses the patient’s complete knee movement – flexion / extension, rotation (internal and external) and abduction / adduction.
KneeKG can help people suffering from Osteoarthritis, Knee Pain, Ligament or Mensical Injuries and Anterior Knee Pain / Patellofemoral Syndrome.
Sports Medicine is a field of medicine that applies directly to sport-related injuries.
Physiatry is a medical speciality focused on non-surgical management of injuries to the body’s musculoskeletal and neurological systems with a focus on improving functional abilities and restoring normal activities.
Splinting, Bracing & Orthotics
Splinting and bracing can provide a variety of solutions for post-operative, temporary, or permanent physical disabilities.
Injection based approaches are invaluable for diagnostic and therapeutic reasons in musculoskeletal medicine. At RebalanceMD, we have the skill and expertise to perform a variety of injections for your musculoskeletal problems.
Point of Care Ultrasound
Point of care ultrasound is a tool used to assist our physicians in the clinical management of musculoskeletal disorders.
Electrodiagnostic testing provides diagnostic information related to diseases and injuries to muscles and nerves.