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Good Shepherd’s specialized physicians are leaders in innovative rehabilitation treatments and technologies. Adults and children travel from all over the country to benefit from their compassion and leading-edge physical medicine and rehabilitation (physiatry) and neuropsychology expertise.

What Is a Physiatrist?

Physiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to restoring function lost as a result of injury, illness or chronic condition. Our physiatrists will help you lead your fullest life possible, whether you are recovering from a neurologic, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, pulmonary or other condition.

How Can Physiatrists Help?

• COVID-19

• Multiple traumatic injuries

• Traumatic brain injury

• Concussion

• Stroke

• Amputation

• Spinal cord injury

• Spasticity

• Migraines

• Pain

Helping You Cope with Injury or Illness

Dealing with a chronic or acute illness or injury can be challenging. As part of the integrated, seamless care available to all Good Shepherd patients, our neuropsychology team can help adults, children and their families understand and cope with their condition.

In-Person Appointments

Good Shepherd’s outpatient physician practices are open and have numerous precautions in place to keep you safe and comfortable during your visit. Read our full list of COVID-19 health and safety precautions or contact us with questions.

Telehealth Appointments

Visit a Good Shepherd doctor from the comfort of your home. Telehealth appointments can be held through Zoom, FaceTime or phone to discuss new or recurring problems.

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Learn how our team of physiatrists and neuropsychologists can help you.