Physical and Occupational Therapy
What to Know
Michigan Surgery Specialists offers in-house outpatient therapy services through our sister company, Motus Rehabilitation. Therapy is vital to the recovery process. Surgery treats the anatomical issues related to your injury, but often, therapy is required to reduce swelling and tension. Depending on the diagnosis, your doctor may refer you to Motus as an alternative to surgery.
Motus Rehabilitation is a full-service occupational and physical therapy clinic, specializing in personalized treatment plans to give you the best possible outcome.
We work together in the same building to ensure that you get the attention and personalized care that you deserve.
What to Expect
After your doctor recommends you to a therapist, the doctor and therapists work together to evaluate your needs and create a one of a kind treatment plan to help you heal.
During therapy sessions, you can expect to perform essential stretching and exercises that are intended to decrease your pain, improve range of motion, and strengthen your muscles. If at any time during these sessions you feel any pain or discomfort, your assigned therapists will adapt your treatment plan. Motus Rehabilitation's mission is to help you heal, and eliminate your pain.
If your doctor recommends a brace or device, our orthotics lab has the unique ability to craft your custom device in the office.
What We Treat
- Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel, Cubital Tunnel and other Cumulative Trauma Disorders
- Tendinitis, Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
- Trigger Finger, Finger Fractures, Sprains and Strains
- Wrist Conditions and Injuries
- Dupuytren’s Disease, Ganglion Cysts
- Flexors and Extensors Tendon Injuries
- Traumatic Injuries including Amputations, Burns, and Infections
- Scar Management
- Work Conditioning
- Ankle or Knee Sprains
- Ligament Injuries
- Shoulder Instabilities
- Bicep Tendon Ruptures
- Post Surgical Injuries
- Carpal Tunnel
- Elbow and Shoulders
- Rotator Cuff Tears
Find out if therapy is right for you.
Contact Motus Rehabilitation today.