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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Helping Reduce or Relieve Pain and Restore Function
"I work to improve the quality of life for my patients by using a variety of treatments including pain management, physical therapy, occupational therapy and assistive devices. Some of my patients have short-term injuries from work or sports while others have long-term health problems such as an amputation, arthritis or back and spine problems,"
Dr. Scott Taylor
Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Board Certified Pain Management
Physicians trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation are called physiatrists. They help patients reduce or relieve pain and, as much as possible and restore function lost due to illness or injury. They work closely with orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, rheumatologists, primary care physicians and physical and occupational therapists.
Physiatrists use a combination of non-surgical treatments such as exercise, physical and occupational therapy, activity modification, adaptive equipment or assistive devices and orthotics.
treatment focus is on minimizing reliance on pain medication and emphasizing function with interventional procedures and rehabilitation.
If pain isn't reduced with these activities, Dr. Taylor also has an Interventional Pain Treatment Clinic where he treats a wide range of problems from sore shoulders or carpal tunnel syndrome to arthritis, osteoporosis, neck, spine and back problems.
If pain or mobility problems are keeping you from enjoying life or working at your job, call our office at 765.521.7385.