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What Kind of Doctor Is a Physiatrist?

If you’re looking for a doctor who specializes in chronic pain treatment and rehabilitation, you may want to find a physiatrist near you. Physiatrists go through years of education and practice to diagnose and treat pain throughout the body. Macomb Pain Management has a staff of board-certified physiatrists who offer cutting-edge procedural pain relief.

Physiatrists Are Pain Management Specialists

Physiatrists are often referred to as pain management doctors or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians. They work with each patient to understand what’s causing their pain at the root. Then, they create a personalized treatment plan that takes into account their physical, emotional, and long-term health needs. The goal is to provide a better quality of life for people experiencing chronic or unexplained pain.

What Do Physiatrists Treat?

Physiatrists treat a wide range of conditions using a combination of techniques. This may include stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), intraosseous injections, nerve pain stimulation, regenerative medicine, interventional orthopedics, and other treatment paths. The physiatrists at Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine offer the following

  • Joint Pain Treatment
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Chronic Inflammation and Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Degenerative Disc and Lumbar Disc Herniation Treatment
  • Knee, Back, Spine, and Shoulder Pain Treatment
  • Hip Pain Treatment
  • Musculoskeletal Pain Treatment
  • Nerve Pain Treatment
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment
  • Bone Pain Treatment
  • SI Joint and Sciatica Pain Treatment
  • Rotator Cuff Treatment
  • And Many Other Physical Medicine Services

A physiatrist can evaluate the type of pain you’re experiencing to find the best way to address it at the root. Most treatment paths are non-surgical or minimally invasive. If you’re on an existing pain management plan that relies on medication, you may be able to transition to a nonpharmacological plan. The best way to find out what your options are is to schedule a consultation with a physiatrist near you.

Meet with a Physiatrist in Southeast Michigan

Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine is located in Rochester, MI, but we are proud to serve patients from far and wide. We offer select telemedicine services and provide comprehensive pain management plans. You can meet with an experienced physiatrist to discuss your discomfort and find an effective solution for your pain. Our office is located at:

Michigan Center For Regenerative Medicine
109 S Main St
Rochester, MI 48307

Please reach out to (248) 216-1008 to learn more about our physiatry services or meet with a physiatrist near you.

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