Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation | East Lansing

MSU Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation | East Lansing is dedicated to quality clinical services to persons with spine pathology, musculoskeletal injuries, sport injuries and other disabilities. Our focus is on improvement in pain and the restoration of the body function to improve quality of life.

Our providers have faculty appointments within MSU Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and are dedicated to the provision of quality clinical service. Our providers are board-certified in one or more of the following: physical medicine and rehabilitation, sports medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine and/or pain management, providing care to injured individuals to restore function.

  • Conditions and Services

    This is a sample of the common conditions we treat. Please inquire if you are interested in seeking treatment for a condition not listed.

    • Spine disorders
      • Radiculopathy
        • Cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral
      • Facet Syndrome
        • Cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral
      • SI Joint pain
      • Spinal stenosis
    • Athletic injuries
    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Bursitis
    • Tendinopathies
    • Somatic dysfunction
    • Nerve problems
    • General physical medicine and rehabilitation
    • Botox
      • Headaches
      • Spasticity
      • Dystonia
    • Osteopathic manipulation medicine
    • PRP
  • Common Tests and Preparation
    • Ultrasound-guided procedures
      • Tendon, joints, bursa, nerves
    • Electrodiagnostic medicine (EMGs)
    • Trigger point injections: Also known as TPI, these injections are used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or knots of muscle that form when muscles do not relax.
    • Spine Procedures
      • Epidural steroid injections
      • Facet joint injections
      • Medial branch blocks
      • Facet rhizotomies/ablation
      • SI joint injections
      • Spinal cord stimulators
    • Botox
  • New Patient

    To become a new patient, you will need a referral from a primary care physician or specialist.

    In order to provide our patients with quality care, our visits are by appointment only. The clinic does not see patients on a walk-in basis. Ask your provider to refer you to MSU Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – East Lansing.