Our Patients are Our Priority
Rather than focus only on surgery, our physicians are trained to holistically explore non-surgical treatments to offer you better care with better outcomes. Check out these specialized programs.
Soft-tissue injuries from a sore back to an injured knee can benefit from Musculoskeletal Medicine.read more
We continue to actively research female-specific injury prevention and rehabilitation protocols to provide optimal care for female athletes.read more
How We Heal
We treat all types of patients, from professional athletes to occasional exercisers. We use evaluations, EMGs, and injections to treat muscle spasticity resulting from a variety of conditions.
Nerve, Muscle + Bone Innovation Center
For nearly 60 years, we’ve been recognized for the depth of our expertise with myriad conditions affecting the nerves, muscles, bones and joints in adults and children.Learn More
Legs + Walking Lab
This Lab is designed for patients and research participants with diagnoses affecting lower-body function due to brain or spinal cord injury and diseases of the nerves, muscles and bones. Researchers and clinicians focus on advancing trunk, pelvic and leg function, movement, coordination, strength and balance.
Arms + Hands Lab
The two-story Harris Family Foundation Arms + Hands Lab is a robust environment designed for patients and research participants working on recovering and strengthening complex hand and reaching skills — turning a key, picking up a pen, reaching for a glass, putting on a sweater…all the many things we do with our hands, arms and fingers.
Strength + Endurance Lab
This Lab is designed for patients and research participants working on building stamina and resilience. Therapy is targeted to improve complex motor and endurance activities, coordination and higher-level activities of daily living (cooking, dressing, gardening, sports).
Pediatric patients (inpatient and outpatient) work with doctors, researchers and therapists in this kid-customized Pediatric Lab, scaled for smaller bodies, developing brains and appealing to young imaginations.learn more
Science-Driven CareBy infusing care with research, we find new, innovative ways to make our patients better, faster - and we can prove it. The average number of treatment sessions at the AbilityLab Spine & Sports Center is 5.7 - less than half of our competitors.
Clinical Trials & Research Studies
The aim of this project is to develop a research registry of research volunteers for recruitment purposes at the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research (CROR).
Participants will be contacted if they are eligible for future studies.