Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

The orthopedic rehabilitation program provides comprehensive rehabilitation services for individuals with orthopedic-related issues, which include bone fractures, joint replacement, osteoporosis, arthritis, hip and knee replacement and tendon repair. In addition, patients who have had spinal surgeries including spinal stenosis, laminectomy, scoliosis and tumor, can also benefit from orthopedic rehabilitation.

The program's approach for both inpatient and outpatient therapy is to help patients get back to their normal life activities and desired lifestyle in the shortest amount of time. Services are utilized by patients of all ages as well as by employees injured on the job.