Autologous biologic, defined as platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) is a cell-based therapy treatment option in regenerative medicine practices, and have been increasingly used in orthopedics and sports medicine disorders.
Injection techniques are helpful for diagnosis and therapy in a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Diagnostic indications include the aspiration of fluid for analysis and the assessment of pain relief and increased the range of motion as a diagnostic tool.
Colorado Pain and Rehabilitation physicians use Zoom to provide improved healthcare to their patients, by eliminating the hurdles of distance. Zoom provides a platform for a secure two-way video visit between the patient and the provider, enabling patient access to clinical healthcare from a distance.
Musculoskeletal disorders are injuries or conditions affecting the joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves and structures that support the arms, legs, neck and back.
- Spine (neck, dorsal and back pain)
- Upper limb (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand pain)
- Lower limb (hip, knee, ankle, foot pain)
A job-related injury can be acute or cumulative. An acute musculoskeletal and nerve injuries can be related to such as a fall episode, sprain/strain of a muscle, joint, ligament, tendon, muscle, back, or cumulative or repetitive known as cumulative trauma disorders.
We provide comprehensive rehabilitation management including diagnostic and medical management to bring you to optimal resolution or highest level of functioning.
- Sprain / Strain (Neck, Lower Back)
- Whiplash / Nerve Injuries
- Traumatic Brain / Spinal Cord Injuries
- Pelvis, Knee, Ankle Injuries
The Physiatrist performs electrodiagnostic studies (EMG & NCS) for evaluation and diagnosis of focal compressions, nerve injuries and peripheral neuropathies that may affect or compromise hand function. Physiatrist also treats inflammatory conditions of the joints, ligaments and tendons using pharmacological approach, local cortisone injections and physical measures.
Rheumatic diseases are painful conditions usually caused by inflammation, swelling and pain in the joints, soft tissue and/or muscles. Some rheumatic diseases like osteoarthritis are the result of “wear and tear” to the joints. Other rheumatic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, happen when the immune system attacks the linings of joints, causing joint pain, swelling, and destruction.