Compass Medical Physiatry provides care and treatment for and patients with functional restrictions due to orthopedic conditions. Our Board Certified Physiatrist offers patients comprehensive, coordinated care for all musculoskeletal and neurological problems, including knee, shoulder, back, neck pain, tendonitis, muscle spasms and more.
Most musculoskeletal and neurological conditions require comprehensive care from multiple specialists. We offer a team approach. We offer a team approach to care and often work closely with other specialists from physical therapy, podiatry, orthopedic surgery, chiropractic medicine, neurosurgery and more.
- muscle strains, muscle spasm, tendinitis, bursitis, MSK injury, conservative second opinion for patients considering an orthopedic procedure.
- Neck Pain (postural, muscular, facet, disc, radiculopathy)
- Shoulder (rotator cuff tendinitis/tears, bursitis, and impingement)
- Elbow (epicondylitis)
- Wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, deQuervains)
- Thoracic Pain (postural, muscular, facet, disc)
- Lumbar Pain (muscular, discogenic, facet, spinal stenosis, gait)
- Hip (bursitis, OA, tendinitis, Sacro-iliac)
- Knee (patellar tendinitis, meniscal tear, OA, pes anserine bursitis, chondromalacia patella)
- Ankle (strain, sprain)
What we DON’T see:
- Chronic pain syndromes, fibromyalgia, systemic rheumatologic disease diagnosis and management, chronic opioid medication management, disability evaluations
- Trigger point injections (muscular for upper trap and cervical muscular pain most commonly)
- Greater Occipital Nerve Block
- Shoulder joint: intra-articular, AC joint
- Epicondylitis: medial and lateral
- De Quervain’s
- Carpal Tunnel
- Trigger Finger
- Knee joint: intra-articular, pes anserine bursitis
- Hip region: trochanteric bursitis, gluteus medius bursitis
What we DON’T do:
- Hip intra-articular, sacro-iliac joint, spinal facet, spinal epidural
- CTS, ulnar neuropathy, cervical and lumbar radiculopathy, polyneuropathy, myopathy, motor neuron disease. We do not do repetitive stim, facial nerve, or thoracic conductions.
Southeast Medical Center
1 Compass Way, East Bridgewater, MA 02333 | Suite 205
P: (508) 350-2150 | F: (508) 350-2151
Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs: 8am-4pm Wed: Closed Fri: 7:30am-3:30pm