At Rehab Medicine of the Carolinas, we are committed to provide patients with care that is needed to properly diagnose and treat bone disorders. We recognize that each patient is unique and deserves a personalized, tailored treatment plan.
We offer a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive team approach in one convenient location. Our philosophy of care is patient centered and focuses not only on bone health but also on treating other impairments that may impact quality of life.
Sometimes our journey is filled with unexpected obstacles that leave us with pain, fear, and sadness. Trust your care to a team of experts that can help provide a roadmap to help guide you beyond your obstacles to a path or restoration, freedom, and healing. Experience care that is life changing. Schedule your appointment today to experience the difference.
Comprehensive Osteoporosis Care
Our goal is to provide comprehensive care and treatment to patients with osteopenia and osteoporosis. We tailor treatment plans to prevent injury and halt disease progression.
We have an on-site blood collection center to allow patients to quickly and easily obtain laboratory studies.
Bone Density Scan
We offer on-site bone density scans to help provide important information about bone health and risk for fractures.
Our physical therapist addresses exercises to help build bone and decrease bone loss, trains on proper postural alignment to help protect the spine from fracture, works to strengthen back and hip muscles, and provides balance techniques to help prevent falls.
When the source of pain, neuropathy, or weakness is not clear, electrodiagnostic studies (EMG/NCV) may be provided in the clinic to help determine the best treatment plan.
We help to counsel patients on proper nutrition, diet recommendations, and supplementation to ensure adequate Calcium and Vitamin D.
We recognize that other symptoms may co-exist with osteoporosis. We complete a thorough, in-depth history and physical to assess for and treat other impairments that may impact quality of life. These include: pain, anxiety, depression, difficulty sleeping, balance deficits, weakness, gait abnormality, or neuropathy.