ER Wait Times » UrgentCare Express »

Physical Medicine and Rehab (PM&R)

Harrington is pleased to welcome a new specialty service for its community: Physical Medicine (Physiatry) and Rehab, also known as PM&R.

In general, Physiatrists provide integrated care in the treatment of conditions related to the brain, spinal cord, nerves, muscles, and bones.  These conditions can impair your mobility, self-care skills, ability to work or participation in recreational activities.

Conditions can be temporary like sports injuries, or more chronic like arthritis, spinal cord injury or trauma.

The goal of PM&R medicine is to enhance a patient’s quality of life by increasing functional skills and decreasing pain.

Our PM&R office will offer Electromyography (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) in addition to a variety of treatments, including:

Office Procedures:
• Trigger point injections
• Peripheral joint injections
• Peripheral nerve blocks/hydrodissection
• Osteopathic manipulative treatment

Interventional Procedures:
• Lumbar facet joint injections
• Lumbar medial branch blocks
• Lumbar epidural steroid injections
• Sacroiliac Joint Injections

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) Procedures:
• Myofascial release
• Facilitated positional release
• Muscle energy
• Proprioneurofacilitative stretching
• High-velocity low amplitude (HVLA)
• Extensive experience with coaching of stretching and exercise

Location:

Harrington Physician Services
100 South Street, Medical Arts Suite 108
Southbridge  MA

Contact:

(508) 909-8590


Meet Our

Sean Stevenson, D.O.
Residency
Mercy Medical Center; Rockville, NY
Internship
Long Beach Medical Center; Long Beach, NY
Medical School
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine; Biddeford, Maine

Contact


© 2018 Harrington Hospital
100 South Street, Southbridge, MA 01550 | Directions >>
508-765-9771

Sitemap \ Employee Login

Socialize

Unable to display Facebook posts.
Show error

Error: (#4) Application request limit reached
Type: OAuthException
Code: 4
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.