Our Services

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The doctors and staff at Physical Medicine Consultants heal injuries in the muscles and joints through a wide variety of services, diagnostic procedures and treatment. We’ve included a summary of the most common services here. You can find more details about various treatments and conditions in our glossary and education pages.

Stem Cell & PRP injection

PRP injections, a physician uses the patient's own blood to separate platelets in a centrifuge. The platelets are then re-injected into the injured area, releasing growth factors that promote natural tissue healing.Read More »

Botox injections

Botox is We use it to treat migraines, spasticity, and cervical dystonia. It may also be used for head injuries, stroke and occasionally for headaches. Read More »

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Independent Medical Exam

We offer Independent Medical Exams (IME) to provide a third-party, objective medical opinion regarding Read More »

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Interventional Therapy

Interventional therapy for the pain of PHN includes nerve blocks, intrathecal injections, and SCS.Read More »

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Spasticity treatment

A variety of strategies are available for the management of spasticity. The treatment of children with spasticityRead More »

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Spinal cord stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation is a therapy that masks pain signals before they reach the brain. A small device, similar to a pacemakerRead More »

Supartz/Synvisc injections for arthritic joints.

These injections of a viscous, jelly-like solution in the knees are designed to help Read More »

Trigger point injections

A trigger point injection (TPI) may be an option to treat various muscle pain syndromes. The procedure injects a numbing medication Read More »

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Stem Cell & PRP injection Compensation

Many case managers utilize PMC for their Stem Cell & PRP injection compensation program. We understand the need for a speedy safe return to work Read More »