Occupational and Physical Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology

The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation provides comprehensive, individualized treatment for physical and cognitive limitations resulting from acute injuries to neurological conditions through partnership with physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists.

Our physicians and psychologists partner with therapists to effectively evaluate and treat your functional limitations related to injury or disease and work closely with you and your doctor to create a personalized therapy program that will maximize the highest level of function with the best possible outcome.

Our physical and occupational therapists specialize in:

  • Arthritic Conditions
  • Men's and Women's Health
  • Gait and prosthetics training
  • Gross and fine motor deficits
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries and Conditions 
  • Spine pain including low back, thoracic, neck
  • Sports injury rehabilitation
  • Pediatrics
  • Running injuries
  • Performing Arts Injuries and Conditions

For more information on our clinical programs for adults and to make an appointment, visit our page on UofMHealth.org. For pediatric programs, visit MottChildrens.org.

Speech-language pathologists evaluate and treat children and adults who are experiencing difficulty with communication (speech, voice, language, resonance, cognitive-communication or social communication) or specific types of swallowing problems (oral-pharyngeal dysphagia). For more information visit the Speech-Language Pathology website.

Learn More About Our Specialty Programs

Comprehensive Hand and Arm Movement Program (CHAMP)

Breastfeeding Support Program

Lymphedema Program

Hand Therapy Program