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Physical Therapy
The Physical Therapy Division of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at the University of Michigan Health System provides high quality services and comprehensive, individualized rehabilitation to inpatients and outpatients at five convenient locations:
Adult and pediatric inpatient and outpatients services are provided at University Hospital and C.S Mott Children's Hospital.

Outpatient services are also provided at our five satellite sites:

MedRehab on Briarwood Circle

Milestones on E. Eisenhower Pkwy
MedRehab-Canton on N. Canton Center Rd.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Center (PRC) on Commonwealth Blvd.

The Spine Program at Burlington on E. Eisenhower Pkwy

Our Physical Therapists specialize in:

Musculoskeletal Conditions
Orthopedics
Neurorehabilitation
Spine pain including low back, thoracic, neck
Headaches, TMJ Dysfunction
Pediatrics
Oncology
Lymphedema
Men’s and Women’s Health
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Trauma/Burns
Wound Care
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Conditions
Rehabilitation from Bone Marrow Transplant
Gait and prosthetics training

Brock Mayler Vido

We provide specialty programs in the following:
Ataxia Clinic
Early Mobility Initiatives in the ICU
Joint Replacement Program including pre operative classes
Partnership with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) Clinic
Cancer Rehabilitation
Lymphedema
Spine Pain
Peripartum Back Pain
Headache
Pelvic Floor  (for women and men)
Aquatic Therapy
M Perform for Performing Artists
LSVT – BIG for Parkinson’s
Running Analysis
Orthopedic Residency Program
CHAMP (Comprehensive Hand and Arm Movement Program) for Pediatrics
Pediatric Neurorehabilitation Program
Pediatric Summer Enrichment Programs - Sports Club, Yoga, Ready to Roll to name a few–Funded by [Dance Marathon]
Participation with Cerebral Palsy Clinic
Partnership in CDH (Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia) Clinic
Partnership in Pediatric Hemophilia Clinic
Participation with Wheelchair Seating for Pediatrics

Ongoing Program Development, Research and Projects:
Partnership with U of M Flint to develop Neurological & Cardiopulmonary Residency Programs
Club Foot Program
Autism Initiative in conjunction with OT