Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Provided by Board-Certified & Fellowship-Trained Physiatrists
At Premier Bone & Joint Centers, one of our many specialties is physiatry — non-surgical treatment of orthopedic injuries and conditions. In fact, whether we’re treating your spine, neck, hips, knees, elbows, or other vital joints in your body, we always start with minimally invasive procedures. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained physiatrists approach physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) by looking at the whole body, not just any one symptom, to provide effective relief while avoiding surgery.
Our physical medicine and rehabilitation treatments can include physical therapy, pain management, lifestyle modifications, injections, and other non-invasive procedures that can provide relief from a broad range of injuries and conditions, such as:
- Neck and back pain
- Bone fractures
- Muscle spasms
- Nerve injuries
- Brain injuries
- Chronic joint pain
A lot of ailments that can be treated with PM&R are directly related to sports, not just injuries but also nutrition and performance issues. At Premier Bone & Joint Centers, our highly experienced physiatrists are experts at treating sports-related conditions. In fact, we’re the chief physicians for the UW Athletics and the official sponsor of the Laramie High School football team, so you can trust that we can get you back in the game in no time.
Contact Us Today
Whether your injury or condition is related to sport or not, you’ll receive expert physical medicine and rehabilitation treatment from our board-certified and fellowship-trained physiatrists. Contact Premier Bone & Joint Centers today to set up an appointment at our facility in Laramie or at one of our many satellite locations across Wyoming.
Locations Where Offered
Specialties & Services
- Diagnostic Services
- Physician Specialties
- Foot & Ankle Sports Injuries
- Shoulder Doctors You Can Trust to Provide the Treatment You Need
- Sports Medicine
- Physical Medicine & Rehab
- Wrist Doctors You Can Trust with Your Injury or Condition
- Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatments