Physical therapy is a known benefit in treating many orthopedic and neurologic conditions. In humans, it is considered a routine intervention before, after, or in lieu of surgery once a diagnosis is made.
Rehabilitation exercises improve joint mobility, and post-operative patients have an earlier return to function when rehabilitation is incorporated into their treatment regimen.
Rehabilitation exercises also may delay the progression of non-surgical diseases and maintain quality of life for affected patients.
With goals centered around service, teaching, and research, the physical rehabilitation services team takes a translational approach to discovering and leveraging the most effective rehabilitation techniques for our patients.
FAQs About Rehabilitation
Diplomate ACVIMClinical Assistant Professor
Neurology and Neurosurgery
Virginia Kiefer Corrigan
Diplomate ABVPAssistant Professor
Mark D. Freeman
Diplomate ABVPClinical Assistant Professor
LVT, CCRPNeurology and Neurorehabilitation Technician
LVTNeurology and Neurorehabilitation Technician
LVT, VTS (Neurology)Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Technician
Cardiology and Neurology